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NewsPlexus Media
Aug 4, 2020
Pipe by precious pipe, the organ that once thundered through Notre Dame Cathedral is being taken apart after last year's devastating fire. The mammoth task of dismantling, cleaning and reassembling France's largest musical instrument started Monday and is expected to last nearly four years. Once restored, it will take six months just to tune the organ, according to the state agency overseeing Notre Dame's restoration.

The Daily Local - Local News

The Daily Local - Local News

Brooke Bowser
Jul 10, 2020
The Carpinteria Community Band’s annual Summer Swing Concert may not exist as originally planned, but even COVID-19 can’t stop the music. The band will be playing in a parade through town. Members will ride on flat trailers and will be positioned six feet apart. Audience members are asked to practice social distancing as they sit along the parade route to enjoy the music.

Headline Stories

Headline Stories

NewsPlexus Media
Jul 12, 2020
More than 150 Minneapolis police officers are filing work-related disability claims after the death of George Floyd and ensuing unrest, with about three-quarters citing post-traumatic stress disorder as the reason for their planned departures, according to an attorney representing the officers. Their duty disability claims, which will take months to process, come as the city is seeing an increase in violent crime and while city leaders push a proposal to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a new agency that they say would have a more holistic approach.

Headline Stories

Headline Stories

NewsPlexus Media
Jul 12, 2020
Singer Anita White, who was sued by a country group over the use of the name Lady A, says the group is using their white privilege against her. The band, who had previously been known as Lady Antebellum, filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday seeking a ruling that their use of the trademark “Lady A" does not infringe on White's use of the same name. The band is not seeking monetary damages.

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

NewsPlexus Media
Jun 30, 2020
What started as a way for two musicians to get out of the house during the pandemic has turned into nightly concerts at the boathouse in Brooklyn's Prospect Park — with fans who expect them to play three to four hours a night, seven nights a week. The musicians, accustomed to playing their Haitian roots and jazz music in bars and restaurants that had been shuttered or limited to takeout by the lockdown, couldn't be happier.

Trump Watch

Trump Watch

NewsPlexus Media
Jun 29, 2020
The Rolling Stones are threatening President Donald Trump with legal action for using their songs at his rallies despite cease-and-desist directives. The Stones said in a statement Sunday that their legal team is working with music rights organization BMI to stop use of their material in Trump's reelection campaign.

In Other News

In Other News

NewsPlexus Media
May 3, 2020
Members of the Grammy-winning rock band Portugal. The Man are stepping into a banned book controversy in their Alaska home town. After the school board at the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District in Palmer voted 5-2 last week to remove five classics used for high school English elective courses including F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby," “Joseph Heller's Catch-22” and Maya Angelou's “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” the band announced it would buy the books for any student or parent who wanted them.

In Other News

In Other News

NewsPlexus Media
Jun 30, 2020
What started as a way for two musicians to get out of the house during the pandemic has turned into nightly concerts at the boathouse in Brooklyn's Prospect Park — with fans who expect them to play three to four hours a night, seven nights a week. The musicians, accustomed to playing their Haitian roots and jazz music in bars and restaurants that had been shuttered or limited to takeout by the lockdown, couldn't be happier.

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

NewsPlexus Media
Apr 30, 2020
Paul Stein felt useless — stuck in his Brooklyn brownstone apartment, watching his neighbors suffer deprivations as COVID-19 swept the city. Then, on television, the retired public-sector lawyer and political activist saw people around the world rallying: “I saw people in France and Italy banging pots and pans out their windows, clapping and singing from balconies. I wanted to do this in my neighborhood. “ He knew what he had to do. He took out his accordion. And he played.

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NewsPlexus Media
Jun 30, 2020
Fellow musicians and fans alike are criticizing country artists who performed at outdoor concerts this weekend where social media pictures showed large, tight crowds without masks, even as COVID-19 cases resurge in the United States. Country singer Chase Rice posted video of his concert in East Tennessee with the words “We Back," on the same week state health officials reported the biggest one-day jump in people testing positive for the coronavirus.