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The final concert takes place at a venue new to the festival, but certainly not to Edmonton music lovers: the Yardbird Suite. Ultraviolet, Edmonton own new music quartet, will play a variety of contemporary works for their combination of flutes, saxophones, cello and piano. The concert includes Cothemus by Hong Kong award winning Canadian composer Alice Ho, whose music is now played all over the world but has been little heard here, and Theme for the Largest Organism on Earth by Edmonton pop rock artist Doug Hoyer..
“I signed a contract before this year so I knew what it was going into it,” Taylor said. “So I knew what it was. I don’t necessarily focus on that, that’s more of the management side. “I’ve since learned you should hang on to every minute of every day, every game you possibly can, if you’re putting on an NFL uniform. I should have gone back to the Redskins, even playing as a backup. I should have done that because two years later, they went to the Super Bowl.
The project is part of major investment the company is making in wind energy across its entire service area. Xcel Energy plans to grow its wind portfolio by more than 50 per cent by the end of 2021 by adding a dozen new wind farms in seven states. That would add nearly 3,700 megawatts of new wind capacity to its system..
Myrtle Beach, SC MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) Two South Carolina 1st Congressional District run off candidates will be heading to the Grand Strand this week to debate a number of hot button issues affecting state and local voters. The debate, according to organizers, will be held at the Myrtle Beach Mariott Resort Spa at the Grand Dunes.”We pleased the two candidates have agreed to participate, and I look forward to a spirited debate that will help local voters better understand the differences between the two candidates,” Mike Wooten, president of the Grand Strand Business Association, said.The two candidates will be guided through the debate by a question and answer panel, while local media personalities act as facilitators.The event is free and open to the public; however, seating is limited.For more information, contact the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce at (843) 916 7304.FIRST ALERT: Brisk, windy day aheadFIRST ALERT: Brisk, windy day aheadUpdated: Monday, March 26 2018 5:41 AM EDT2018 03 26 09:41:56 GMTSource: WMBF First Alert WeatherSource: WMBF First Alert WeatherWe in for a cold and windy start this morning with the upper 30s inland and mid to low 40s at the beach. This afternoon only rebounds with sunshine and highs in the upper 50s.We in for a cold and windy start this morning with the upper 30s inland and mid to low 40s at the beach.