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Carlos Nunez and his gaita, a Spanish bagpipe, will come to the bay Area for two shows this week. ( CN ) Carlos Nunez plays an ancient and obscure bagpipe from northern Spain called the gaita, and like many other ostentatiously virtuosic musicians,
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Singer Ruth Keggin 'breaths life' into ancient language BBC Isle of Man The 25-year-old said her debut album is a blend of "traditional and contemporary Manx music" An Isle of Man singer is set to "breath new life" into the ancient Manx language,
Herald staff The band Lunasa is Ireland's Celtic music gift to the world. The instrumental group is on a worldwide tour and will play a concert at 7:30 p.m...Named the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet by the New York Times, Lunasa has
Just think how happy we'll be in a few short weeks, said McGourty, an organizer for this year's South Side Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade, at a press conference kicking off events leading up to the annual event. Given the brutal weather Chicago's
We're being starved of resources" Some small rural roads in bad disrepair could be abandoned without more funding, English councils have warned. Four bad winters have combined with years of what the authorities deemed "underinvestment" in the network.
4 February 2014 0 View comments Landowners are blackmailing communities into accepting house building by threatening to hand sites over gipsies and travellers, Tory MPs claimed today. There were warnings that traveller groups can acquire highly
The Rangers signed Bard to a minor league deal Friday, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported earlier in the day that Texas was closing in on a deal. Once a dominant set-up reliever for the Sox, Bards career went
The Scots are trying to avoid an eighth consecutive opening day defeat in the Championship, against a team they have beaten only three times in this competition since it went to six nations in 2000, and are desperate for a good start.
A second student, Sarah McCausland, 19, of Winnetka, Ill., also died. And a third unnamed student suffered injuries that were not life-threatening. According to Bard's wesbite , the students were walking along the shoulder of a road when they were