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John Prine kicks off Zoo Tunes at the Woodland Park Zoo on Sunday. Photo by Jim Shea. The Woodland Park Zoo kicks off its annual summer concert series, Zoo Tunes, Sunday with folk legend John Prine taking the stage. Prine, a veteran songwriter with a deft touch and keen ear for the rhythms of everyday life, released his 21st album, ';The Singing Mailman Delivers,'; in 2011. The ...
MOSCOW, June 19 (Itar-Tass) - Anna Netrebko and Dmitry Khvorostovsky, the Russian operatic stars of global renown are expected to give the first ever joint concert in Moscow Wednesday. Performing arts and show biz analysts expect a capacity crowd of spectators at the concert. Tuesday, the two singers faced a capacity crowd of reporters at a news conference that brought together representatives ...
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June 18--Hopkins will kick off its summer Music in the Park series Thursday with a march through downtown by the First John Philip Sousa Memorial Band. The march will begin at 6:15 p.m. beneath the clock tower at 9th Avenue and Main Street. The band will stop and play its Revolutionary War-style music with drums and fifes at various locations throughout downtown before returning to Downtown Park ...
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Musical performers and their works collected $122 million in licensing revenue in 2012, a 1.6% increase over 2011, according to a new report issued this week by the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers Association (LIMA)'s 2013 Licensing Industry Report. The annual Licensing Expo 2013 kicked off Tuesday in Las Vegas. As shown below, music was a small fraction of the estimated ...
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Rihanna was due on stage at 8pm on Monday on the Birmingham leg of her world tour, but did not arrive until 10.30pm, according to RadarOnline.This is the latest in a string of late appearances for the Barbadan beauty, who was booed in Boston last month for arriving three hours late. And critics panned her performance ...
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MOSCOW Russia is steeply ramping up oil deliveries to China, with Asia now importing almost a fifth of oil exports from the world's largest crude producer in a strategic shift meant by the Kremlin to end reliance on weak and saturated European markets.
Russia will increase oil supplies to China by 13 percent in July-September from the previous three months, a shipping schedule obtained by Reuters showed on Tuesday.
Together with supplies to the Pacific port of Kozmino, Russia will export around 750,000 barrels per day to Asia, or 17 percent of its overall exports of 4.4 million bpd.
"Russia has been losing its interest in Europe where oil consumption is stagnant. It's looking increasingly to the East,rdquo; Valery Nesterov, analyst from Sberbank CIB, said.
The speed of changes in export patterns has aroused widespread surprise as it took Russia only five years to re-route huge volumes, previously destined for European markets.
Russia first started supplying China by railway and then by a new pipeline while opening a Pacific port, Kozmino, in 2009.
The projects cost pipeline monopoly Transneft dozens of billions of dollars and spurred criticism from some private Russian producers who said they all had to pay higher tariffs to Transneft so it could build the pipelines. ...
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