By Heide Janssen | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: June 15, 2017 at 1:25 pm | UPDATED: June 16, 2017 at 10:06 am We asked graduating high school seniors to share with us their post-graduation plans for the fall. We heard from 214 instrumental music students. Some plan to go to work and some are taking a gap year, but most are off to college, to study everything from instrumental performance to elementary education to computer science. We’ve listed them by the school they will attend, including their major and minor fields of study, statements about how the arts have influenced their plans, and their reason for choosing the institute they’ll be headed to. $ = scholarship received Ashley Teves, Tesoro – UC Irvine: computer science (Photo courtesy of Ashley Teves)Michael Gonzales, Huntington Beach – Cal State Fullerton: business administration (Photo courtesy of Michael Gonzales) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsEmily Hong, Capistrano Valley – Harvard … [Read more...] about Where are 2017 Orange County instrumental music students going to college?
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By Kelly Crow Kelly Crow The Wall Street Journal BiographyKelly Crow @KellyCrowWSJ Google+ [email protected] July 11, 2018 9:23 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS A still image from Silas Hite and Jonn Herschend’s ’Theme Song for Cleveland and Akron,’ one of the video pieces in Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. Photo: Silas Hite & Jonn Herschend Cleveland wants to be known for more than its craft beers and Cavaliers—especially now that LeBron James is leaving town. This weekend, the Ohio city on the southern banks of Lake Erie will launch a major bid to become the world’s next hotbed for contemporary art. Organizers of a sprawling new exhibition, Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, have invited more than 100 artists to install works throughout the city as well as in nearby Akron and Oberlin. The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland will showcase many of … [Read more...] about With New Triennial, Cleveland Hopes to Become the Next Venice
A highlight of the annual North Ridgeville Corn Festival is the parade, but guests will have to wait until next year.Julie A. Short NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio-- It's been a summertime tradition for nearly 40 decades and a staple of the annual North Ridgeville Corn Festival, but for the time ever, the festival's Grand Parade has been canceled. According to a press release from the North Ridgeville Corn Festival Committee, the group voted June 25 to cancel this year's parade due to construction on Center Ridge Road. The committee considered several alternate routes, but each had its own set of challenges. The primary concern noted was the safety of both marchers and spectators. "Our annual parade is no small endeavor with the average number of participants exceeding 1,000 people and more than 100 vehicles extending more than a mile in length," Mario Cipriano, parade chairman, executive committee member, in the press release. "We wish to extend our gratitude to the mayor, … [Read more...] about North Ridgeville Corn Festival Grand Parade canceled: Short Takes on Avon, Avon Lake and North Ridgeville
Bonnie Brae Elk Farm Photo by Peggy Turbett for Crain’s Cleveland Business Two elk cows eye visitors at the Bonnie Brae Elk Farm, a 500-acre farm with Rocky Mountain 85 elk bulls and cows in Wellington, Ohio. Photo by Photo by Peggy Turbett for Crains Cleveland Business A decorative hanger sent from Colorado greets visitors to the Bonnie Brae Elk Farm shop shed. Photo by Photo by Peggy Turbett for Crains Cleveland Business Georgia Klipstein, shop manager, checks the elk meat supply for sale. Photo by Peggy Turbett for Crain’s Cleveland Business Rocky Mountain elk cows graze on one of the 500 acres of pasture at the Bonnie Brae Elk Farm in Wellington. Photo by Peggy Turbett for Crain’s Cleveland Business Chance, a 19-year-old elk bull, runs to greet visitors and get an apple treat at the Bonnie Brae Elk … [Read more...] about Elk are unlikely key to Wellington farm’s family business
Foul Saturday Outlook: Heavy Rain, Strong Winds, Chilling Temperatures This feels like 3 Junes in a row. During a typical August our atmosphere stabilizes, with fewer storms, leading to pockets of drought. Not this summer. Minnesota is teetering on the northern fringe of a sprawling heat dome; wave after wave of stormy weather rippling along the northern periphery of this temperature gradient - each one accompanied by another slug of rain. A wave of low pressure rippling along an approaching cool front may squeeze out another 1-3 inches of rain by Saturday night as sustained winds reach 20-30 mph. More early October than mid-August. Have a Plan B (indoors) tomorrow with leaky clouds, 60s and a stiff north wind. Sunday will be better as a weak ridge of high pressure treats us to sunshine and 70s. The nicer lake day, by far. While we whine about a rainy Saturday shell-shocked residents of Louisiana are facing the biggest U.S. weather disaster since Sandy, in 2012. 40,000 homes damaged … [Read more...] about Flash Flood Potential: Cool, Windswept Saturday Soaking
The flash of the fireball over Michigan skies Tuesday night could be seen as far away as New York City. It shook houses and caused a 2.0 magnitude earthquake. It was “definitely a meteoroid,” Bill Cooke of NASA’s meteoroid environment office in Alabama, told The Detroit News. And it might have left pieces of itself behind on the ground. Social media exploded with reports of a bright light flashing in the sky just northwest of Detroit and homes in the area shaking shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday. Was it lightning, people wondered? An explosion? Some thought they’d seen a UFO. “I have to say when I first saw that, the thought crossed my mind that this was going to be the beginning of the end. It was that surreal,” the police chief of Wolverine Lake, Mich., John Ellsworth, told CBS Detroit. He said the impact felt like an electric jolt. Reports of the flash, a “sonic boom” and dogs freaking out rolled in from Missouri, Illinois, Pennsylvania, … [Read more...] about An explanation for the Michigan fireball and quake, and a chance to pick up pieces