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Media calls for Weinstein’s next hearing to remain public

NEW YORK – Both parties in Harvey Weinstein want the media and the public to be excluded from the next court appearance of the fallen producer. P media everal ask for their part that the hearing remains public.

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Workshop 19 puts young people on the stage

Atelier 19 shines the spotlight on its know-how on the occasion of its 18th anniversary. For the first time since its founding in 2001, the organization presents an annual exhibition to highlight the creativity of young people who collaborate in its various programs. Art lovers will have the opportunity to have a glimpse of the […]

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Jess Moskaluke at the new country brome festival this summer

The organizers of the first Brome New Country Festival announced Tuesday that world-renowned artist Jess Moskaluke is adding to the lineup. E lle will be performing on July 27, the same night that Amelia Hall, Chase Rice and Paul Brandt. Well known for her hit Kiss Me Quiet , Take Me Home and Drive Me […]

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Desjardins remits $ 5.5 million in rebates

The five Desjardins caisses in Saguenay are providing $ 5.5 million in individual and group rebates to their 105,000 members. The caisses recorded a business volume of nearly $ 7 billion, an increase of 5% over the previous year. At the end of their annual general meetings, the caisses announced that they will pay $ […]

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Clay and Friends: Brazil invites itself

Montreal-based band Clay and Friends, a quintet with exploding musical influences, will wear the colors of today’s Montreal mixed with the Saguenay jazz and blues festival. The group has launched this winter La Musica Popular de Verdun, a second CD directly inspired by Brazilian culture and the place where it was created, Verdun’s booming neighborhood […]

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Wallace Roney, an authentic jazzman

A conversation with trumpeter Wallace Roney is the equivalent of a life lesson. This man, who shared solos with Miles Davis and who played alongside Art Blakey and many other jazz legends, considers practicing his art in the same way that a monk who felt the call of the Very high. Talking about commitment to […]

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Sarah McKenzie’s milestones

Sarah McKenzie says Secrets Of My Heart is the most personal album of her young career. The pianist and singer from Australia says it contains seven original songs, a number higher than usual. It is also the result of several encounters that can be found in the covers concocted in the studio. P f the […]

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Jazz and Blues Festival: big names present

During the next five days, Saguenay will vibrate to the rhythm of the Jazz and Blues Festival. From Tuesday evening, the 150 or so musicians of the festival, which attracts more and more big names in music, will perform on fifteen scenes spread throughout the city. The 2019 edition of the Jazz and Blues Festival, […]

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The play “The Joe Ferguson Case” played at Roberval

Between appearances and reality, a ton of shades are needed. In a rural context of the Gaspesie, this is what reminds the play Case Joe Ferguson, played by the theater troupe Mic-Mac until April 28 in Roberval. C ‘is in the new theater installed in the Place des Ursulines the Mic-Mac Theater presented the play […]

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Sound Connection Between Alma College and Blueberry Box

The major work done at the Alma Bleuets Box last fall is not only felt in the experience of the spectators. Technicians specializing in sound and artists also benefit. Recently, the technical improvements have enabled a sound connection between the center of the city of Almatois and the Sound Technologies department at Alma College. T […]

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