Things to do in the Attleboro area and beyond | Restaurant Bites

Expo for the Senses returning to downtown Attleboro Expo for the Senses returns to downtown Attleboro on Saturday, June 25, after a three-year hiatus. (Rain date is June 26.) The Expo will run from 4 to 7 pm on the east side of the railroad arch in the area of ​​City Hall and the Attleboro … Read more

Oregon Summer Fest returns | Things To Do

Oregon Summer Fest, organized by the local Chamber of Commerce, is finally returning after a two-year hiatus. The festival will take place on June 23 through June 26 and feature a variety of activities as one of the area’s biggest events. Beginning at 5 pm on Thursday, June 23, the carnival midway opens; daily wristbands … Read more

18 things to do this week, from Make Music Day to Pogopalooza to OpenStreetsPGH

What’s going on this week in Pittsburgh, June 20-26? Find out here. Visit each organization’s website and social media for changing Covid protocols. Know of a cool event? Email us. Monday, June 20: World Refugee Day at Schenley Plaza4-8 pmWelcome the region’s newest neighbors while marking World Refugee Day and Immigrant Heritage Month. The family … Read more

Newburgh Park’s Music Series Features the Area’s Best Rock Bands

It seems like every week I’m reading about yet another one of the Hudson Valley’s many parks announcing a concert series. Just today I found out that Chadwick Lake Park on Route 300 in the Town of Newburgh has announced the lineup for their 2022 summer concerts, and there are some great bands playing this … Read more

Community Briefs: Crow Canyon widening project | ‘Kidchella’ is back | Summer youth bus pass | Movies and music in Danville | News

Crow Canyon widening project The city of San Ramon is kicking off construction on the Crow Canyon Widening Project in the area between Alcosta Boulevard and St. George Road this week. Officials are encouraging drivers in the area to use alternative routes such as Dougherty or Bollinger Canyon roads, or Alcosta Boulevard to avoid delays. … Read more

African drumming, bellydancing, interactive crafts and plenty of music for Ramble Arts & Music Fest

What do you call a fun, outdoor, multi-pronged event geared for adults, families and children of all ages? It’s the Batavia Ramble Explore Arts & Music Festival, of course. Filled with a full day of live bands, African drumming, a larger-than-life puppet show, interactive theater workshop, and Mexican, African and belly dancers, this fest incorporates … Read more

Juneteenth events, live music, baseball game

Activities in Augusta tis week include numerous Juneteenth celebrations, live music, baseball at SRP Park, outdoor markets and more. Catch a movie or take a ride in a poker run for charity. Juneteenth celebrations Band of Brothers Augusta in partnership with Augusta Technical College is presenting the 6th Annual Juneteenth Augusta Week with events June … Read more

Most of you still have local music files on your phones

Hadlee Simons / Android Authority Streaming music services are big business, with loads of platforms out there. They all operate on the same principle, letting you pay a monthly subscription fee or offering free access to millions of music tracks. This theoretically means that you don’t need to store local music files on your smartphone, … Read more