Celebrate food, music, and dance at Albany Latin Fest

Celebrate food, music, and dance at Albany Latin Fest

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The 25th annual Albany Latin Festival is set to be held in Washington Park on August 27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The festival includes music, arts, raffles, dancing, craft and food Latino vendors, and a Kid Zone. Get the latest news, weather, sports and entertainment delivered right to your … Read more

Chicago singer-songwriter Claude makes dream pop for the youth, young and old

Chicago singer-songwriter Claude makes dream pop for the youth, young and old

“I’m a twentysomething / Don’t you think it’s about time?” Chicago singer-songwriter Claudia Ferme, aka Claude, sighs on “Twenty Something,” which opens her debut full-length, A Lot’s Gonna Change (American Dreams). The track breathes and pulses through dream-pop heaven with swirling, chiming guitars and distant, mellow horns. It’s meant to be redolent of a certain … Read more

To reduce inflation, control corporate profits

To reduce inflation, control corporate profits

“Inflation” is the new buzzword of the year. It is the reason for the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes designed to increase the costs of some loans. It is the excuse given against renewing the expanded child tax credit program that briefly lifted millions of American families out of poverty. It forms the name of … Read more

Libraries like Detroit’s need our support now, more than ever | Metro Detroit News | Detroit

Libraries like Detroit’s need our support now, more than ever | Metro Detroit News | Detroit

click to enlarge Shutterstock The grand reading room in the Detroit Public Library Main branch. Libraries, vital pillars in our community, are increasingly under attack. That’s why as Detroit Public Library gradually opens branches for the first time since March 2020, it’s important that we support them now more than ever. Challenges are nothing new … Read more