HOZO 2019 will become the first international music festival to be held by HCMC on the Nguyen Hue walking street from December 13-15. "The festival will be an opportunity to promote Vietnamese traditional music and culture to the world and to bring international music to Vietnamese audiences," said Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy, deputy director of the city's Department of Culture and Sport. … [Read more...] about HCMC to host international music fest
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Lana’s sixth studio album was released in August and includes songs such as "Mariners Apartment Complex" and her cover of Sublime’s "Doin’ Time." Following the release, Pitchfork called Lana Del Rey “one of America’s greatest living songwriters.” … [Read more...] about Lana Del Rey announces she’s coming to Colorado. Soon.
Four U.S. naval ships have held the name U.S.S. Colorado. From 1924-1941, the battleship Colorado was part of the Pacific Fleet. Although based in Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, during the 1941 attack the Colorado was in Puget Sound Naval Yard in Washington for repairs. She'd quickly join the fight against the Japanese. The Colorado was in Tokyo Bay when the Japanese signed the Instrument of Surrender on Sept. 2, 1946, and was decommissioned in 1947. A spare helm from the ship is on display at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. A new U.S.S. Colorado, this time a submarine, was commissioned in 2018. … [Read more...] about 9 Colorado Springs historical facts you probably didn’t know
Previous beneficiaries have included Team Red, White and Blue (RWB), the Ed Brown Center for Active Adults, Toys for Tots, Project Mercy (home building in Tijuana), Abraxas High School (scholarships and student of the month recognition), the Toby Wells Foundation and Blue Apple Ranch (horse riding opportunities for foster and at-risk youths plus people with disabilities), 1,000 Smiles (medical mission to fix facial deformities like hair lips and clef palates), Feeding San Diego (a hunger relief organization that served 63,000 meals to children, families and seniors), Rancho Bernardo AAUW (Tech Trek camp sponsorships for eighth grade girls) and The Elizabeth Hospice, according to Chaffin. … [Read more...] about Tickets on sale for Rancho BEERnardo Festival
Elsewhere between the racks and shelves of organic, locally grown goods is Becky Bedsole. She goes by her Sanskrit name, Uttama. She’s also new to town, like Catinella working at the trading post for a bed upstairs, with a deck overlooking the cattle fields and fruit trees. … [Read more...] about Coexisting in fruit- and hippie-filled Paonia