Daily Archive: Saturday, February 25, 2017

Resurrecting the Oldies: Modern-Day Musical Challenges

[ad_1] A new trend is revolutionizing the music industry as songs and dances keep old music alive. By Shannon Mondesir, Brooklyn College Music and dance have always been a source of enjoyment for people, young and old. From swing and disco to the electric slide and the mashed potato, dances are constantly being created to

Roger Stout crafts true-to-life models of historic Ramseur buildings – Lifestyle – The Courier-Tribune

[ad_1] By Chip Womick [email protected] Twitter: @ChipWomickCT RAMSEUR — Visitors to the Ramseur Community Museum can stroll down a miniature memory lane. The trip passes a trio of tiny models of the Ramseur Roller Mill, the Columbia Manufacturing Co. and a row of brick storefronts on Main Street. Roger Stout of the Ramseur High

World loses its appetite for pricey Vietnamese rice

[ad_1] Slowing overseas demand is putting the brakes on Vietnam’s rice exports this year, industry players say. Indonesia, one of the country’s key export markets, has said it has no plans to import any of the grain from Vietnam this year, and a government agreement with the Philippines to supply three million tons is unlikely