posted: 5/20/2018

La insurreción de abril en Nicaragua // The April Insurrection in Nicaragua, 2018 : Indybay:

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There is a new cycle of social movement in Nicaragua called the April Insurrection, or la insurrección de abril. It is the biggest uprising since the civil war ended in 1990.

The movement ignited on April 18th, 2018 when Nicaraguans took to the streets to protest a more narrow issue- President Ortega had proposed social security reforms that would raise income and payroll taxes while reducing pension benefits.

Demonstrators opposing this change were met with intense violence from authorities, followed by deployment of the Nicaraguan army ordered by President Ortega. The violent response set off a ripple effect, as students and other groups across the country raised voices against governmental repression and censorship of dissent, as well as violations of human rights.

I was joined in conversation shortly after the April Insurrection began by WTUL affiliate Alexandra, who has family on the ground in Nicaragua, and Dr. Pamela Neumann, a post doctoral fellow at Tulane University in the Stone Center for Latin American Studies. Dr. Neumann did her P.H.D. in Sociology at the University of Texas in Austin and has a masters in Latin American Studies. She currently does research on gender based violence and feminist activism in Nicaragua.

We talked through this social movement- what led up to and where it’s headed- as well as the role of social media and technology in civil unrest and student movements.

Some suggestions on where to learn more/stay updated:




posted: 4/13/2018



Kezia speaks with Ellenie Cruz of the NOLA Herb Gathering, coming up on April 15th. A full day of information sharing, classes, and education about local plant medicine practices and how they connect to the culture of people historically from New Orleans.

Event Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1873942782936043/

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-nola-herb-gatheirng-tickets-39488627548?aff=efbeventtix




posted: 4/2/2018

Suicide: The Ripple Effect, film screening & discussion : Indybay:
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The film chronicles the story of Kevin Hines, who at age 19 attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Since then Kevin has been on a mission to use his story to help others find recovery and stay alive, and has become the worlds most prominent suicide prevention speaker and advocate. The film also features some of the world’s leading suicide prevention experts and shines light on people who are using personal experiences with suicide to help others find the hope they need to stay alive.

In this episode, we explore the needs of those affected by mental illness and the social and political efforts and action we could take to support this population and our society at large.

Suicide: The Ripple Effect will be shown on Thursday, April 19th at 7:30 pm at the AMC Palace 20 in Elmwood, Louisiana. To reserve tickets, visit https://gathr.us/screening/22847


For more information on the film even, you can email rippleeffectneworleans@gmail.com and for more information on Healing Minds NOLa, you can visit healingmindsnola.org




posted: 2/28/2017

Keyboard ist keinesfalls gleich Keyboard. Insbesondere für den Fall, dass Sie turnusmäßig spielen, ist es wesentlich, dass Sie das Instrument erwerben, das Ihnen langanhaltend Freude macht und motiviert.

Dies Spielgefühl ist hierbei ein wichtiger Faktor. Dieses Spielgefühl mag mehrfach bestimmen, inwiefern Sie auf lange Sicht Freude am Spielen haben werden. Beachtenswerte Faktoren, auf die Sie beim Kauf des Keyboards achten müssen:

In der Auswahl der Keyboards gibt es bereits in der grundlegenden Ausstattung jede Menge Unterschiede. So sollte das Gerät unbedingt einen Umfang von fünf Oktaven bieten.

Außerdem sollten die Tasten mitnichten zu schmal oder zu kurz sein. Dies wird speziell Neulingen das Erlernen des Keyboards erleichtern.

Achten Sie gleichermaßen darauf, dass die Oberfläche der Keyboardtasten so hergestellt wurde, dass Sie keinesfalls abrutschen.

Bei Ihrer Suche sollten Sie des Weiteren beachten, dass die Lautsprecher Ihres Keyboards hochwertig sind, damit der Klang des Keyboards auch langanhaltend gut klingt und mit der Zeit nicht schlechter wird.

Achten sie darauf, dass das Gerät über jegliche Anschlussmöglichkeiten verfügt, die heute zum Standard gehören. Ein USB-Anschluss ist dieser Tage Norm bei zahlreichen Keyboards und ermöglicht es Ihnen, neue Klänge einzuspielen, sowie Dateien in das Keyboard zu laden. Es ermöglicht obendrein, eigene Sounds einzuspielen und diese auf dem Rechner zu speichern.

Wichtig ist gleichwohl eine Klinkenbuchse, um dort einen Kopfhörer anzuschließen. Dies hat den Pluspunkt, dass Sie auch in der Nacht trainieren können, ohne dass andere Menschen senkrecht in den Betten stehen (und beileibe nicht mitsingen).

Benötigen Sie Zusatzfunktionen, beispielsweise die Möglichkeit des Live-Einsatzes und unterschiedliche Sounds, greifen Sie besser zu einem Instrument der Profi-Klasse.




posted: 4/11/2016



Winter Circle Productions and WTUL present Kurt Vile at Republic Sunday April 17!

Tickets & info: http://ow.ly/10yvN4




posted: 2/22/2016



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Virðulegu Forsetar
Touch
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Steven Antonelli, Glenn Branca, Eric Hubel, Brannon Hungness, Phil Kline, Carolyn Master, Miriam McDonough, Virgil Moorefield, John Myers, Dave Reid, Ellen Watkins
Symphony Nos. 8 & 10 (The Mysteries)
Atavistic
10:52 pm
Glenn Branca: Symphony No. 8 (The Mystery), Movement 1 (excerpt)
Steven Antonelli, Glenn Branca, Eric Hubel, Brannon Hungness, Phil Kline, Carolyn Master, Miriam McDonough, Viril Moorefield, John Myers, Dave Reid, Ellen Watkins
Branca: Selections from the Symphonies
Atavistic
09:45 pm
Glenn Branca: Symphony No. 3 (Gloria)
Craig Bromberg, Margaret DeWys, Barbara Ess, Michael Gira, Axel Gros, Jeffrey Glenn, Greg Letson, Amanda Linn, Thurston Moore, Lee Ranaldo, Arleen Schloss, Stephen Wischerth, Dan Witz
Symphony No. 3 (Gloria) - Music for the First 127 Intervals of the Harmonic Series
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Glen Cortese: The New York Chamber Sinfonia
Indeterminate Activity of Resultant Masses
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John Cage in Conversation with Wim Mertons
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Les Disques du Crépuscule
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Symphony No. 5 (Describing Planes Of An Expanding Hypersphere)
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The World Upside Down
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