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Iowa State University Food Festival Brings Farmers’ Market Onto Campus

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Amid festival fun, a serious passion for African-American history in Baltimore County

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Amid festival fun, a serious passion for African-American history in Baltimore County


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Learn how to make the famous chicken from the Birmingham Greek Food Festival

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Learn how to make the famous chicken from the Birmingham Greek Food Festival


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Saint George Middle Eastern Food Festival 2017: Your guide to the food, music and fun

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Daughter of famed British actor found dead in wooded area at music festival

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Daughter of famed British actor found dead in wooded area at music festival


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Photos: Utahs 'Greek' out for food, fun at annual Hellenic festival

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Block party closes Harrisburg street for Hispanic Heritage Festival

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LDS church supports Imagine Dragons, LGBTQ festival
(KUTV) Imagine Dragons frontman, Dan Reynolds, helped organize the first ever LoveLoud Festival, a music event that celebrated LGBTQ equality and discussed teen suicide and depression. Six other bands performed, including Neon Trees and Walk the Moon. Dan Reynolds is a member of the LDS Church and a former student at BYU. He says Utah is like a second home. "My entire life, I grew up seeing a divide between orthodox religion and the LGBTQ community," he said   Read More ...
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Headliners for 24th annual Virginia Festival of the Book announced
A gridiron star-turned-astronaut, a culinary historian and a fallen soldier’s father are among the headliners for the next Virginia Festival of the Book. The 24th annual festival will take place from March 21-25 in a variety of Charlottesville locations. Topics to be tackled include race in history and culture, social equality and fake news. Tickets for the following main events will go on sale at 9 a   Read More ...
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Casting a light on ancient traditions
.... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........An ancient festival with a modern twist comes to Expo New Mexico, bringing with it the traditions, colors and culture of China. For six weeks, from Oct. 6 through Nov. 12, Villa Hispana at Expo New Mexico in Albuquerque will host the New Mexico Chinese Lantern Festival, produced by Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc   Read More ...
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Dishing on the Let’s Talk About Food festival
Have questions about allergies? Wondering why your farmers’ market chicken costs $20 a pop? Intrigued by New England’s many varieties of apple? Then mark your calendar: The sixth annual Let’s Talk About Food festival happens on Sept. 23 at Copley Square. Top chefs, food influencers, entrepreneurs, and experts gather to discuss crucial issues in the industry, from allergies to food waste   Read More ...
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Sneak Peek: Chinese Lantern Festival at Expo New Mexico
The Chinese Lantern Festival starts next month and will run for six weeks. People can expect to see a celebration of Chinese culture through beautiful light displays. “This organization is bringing something unique, special and magical. Nothing like this has been seen in the Duke City before,” said Dan Mourning, with Expo New Mexico. Organizers say the displays are so ornate, it takes a month just to put them all together   Read More ...
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Chinese Lantern Festival to fuse ancient with modern
.... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An ancient festival with a modern twist comes to Expo New Mexico, bringing with it the traditions, colors and culture of China. For six weeks, from Oct. 6 through Nov. 12, Villa Hispana at Expo New Mexico in Albuquerque will host the New Mexico Chinese Lantern Festival, produced by Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc   Read More ...
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Iowa State University Food Festival Brings Farmers’ Market Onto Campus
AMES, Iowa — On Tuesday, Iowa State University held an on-campus food festival similar to a farmers’ market. A number of area vendors came to campus to offer free samples, as well as products for sale. Many students on campus have a meal plan, but some opted to pick up some vegetables or baked goods on the way to class. “There’s always been interest on our campus about having farmers’ markets and bringing produce to campus for our students, faculty, and staff to enjoy,” said Merry Rankin, Director of Sustainability at Iowa State University   Read More ...
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Organizers hope first Utah Muslim Heritage Festival will build bridges, and knowledge
Organizers of Utah’s first Muslim Heritage Festival are counting on their shared love of learning, invention and the arts to build bridges of friendship and understanding with the community. Sponsored by the Al-Mustafa Foundation of Utah, the festival will be held Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Holladay City Hall, 4580 S. 2300 East. Spokeswoman Suryani Omar said the festival aims to bring Muslim and non-Muslim youths together to explore contributions by the religious minority and Islamic peoples of the past and present in myriad fields   Read More ...
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NYC rap legends take center stage at Meadows Music and Arts Festival in Queens
The Meadows Music and Arts Festival enjoyed a feel-good vibe after a weekend of stellar hip-hop at Citi Field. The annual show brought the real-life members of Gorillaz before a screen of their animated band. The “Feels Good Inc.” group was joined by Long Island trio De La Soul on one of the four stages in the stadium’s parking lot in Queens   Read More ...
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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated at Jersey City festival (PHOTO)
JERSEY CITY -- Hispanic Heritage Month began on Friday and a festival was held on Friday night to begin the celebrations. The Hispanic Heritage Festival, sponsored by the city, was held at Pershing Field from 6 to 9 p.m. Hundreds of children and adults alike attended the festival that featured food, games for children, plenty of dancing. Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from Sept   Read More ...
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Latin American culture celebrated at Festival Latino de Lexington
Lexington marked its 16th year of celebrating the Latino heritage Friday and Saturday with the Festival Latino de Lexington on the Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza. The festival highlighted Latin American music, arts and authentic cuisine. It was sponsored by the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government Department of Parks and Recreation and FLACA — Foundation for Latin American and Latin Culture and Arts   Read More ...
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Amid festival fun, a serious passion for African-American history in Baltimore County
The Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival had all of the usual fun offerings: musicians performing gospel songs, vendors selling clothes made from African-inspired textiles and booths that dished up soul food favorites like fried fish and collard greens. But in a corner of the festival in Towson, several groups quietly offered something they hoped would also resonate with festival-goers. They told the stories of Marylanders who played on Negro Leagues baseball teams, of men who served their country as Buffalo Soldiers, and of Henrietta Lacks, whose cells sparked medical discoveries that her family never knew about for years   Read More ...
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Turkey summons German ambassador over Kurdish festival
ISTANBUL – Turkey's foreign ministry has summoned Germany's ambassador in Ankara to protest the country for allowing "terror propaganda" by Kurdish militants. The ministry said late Saturday that a festival in Cologne used "symbols" of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK, including pictures of the group's leader Abdullah Ocalan, imprisoned in Turkey. The PKK, considered a terror group by Turkey and its Western allies, has been waging a three-decade-long insurgency against the Turkish state   Read More ...
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Turkey summons German ambassador over Kurdish festival
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey's foreign ministry has summoned Germany's ambassador in Ankara to protest the country for allowing "terror propaganda" by Kurdish militants. The ministry said late Saturday that a festival in Cologne used "symbols" of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK, including pictures of the group's leader Abdullah Ocalan, imprisoned in Turkey. The PKK, considered a terror group by Turkey and its Western allies, has been waging a three-decade-long insurgency against the Turkish state   Read More ...
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Track all the Chicago artists at Riot Fest this weekend
As we did with Lollapalooza, we’re back and keeping track of local artists set to perform at Riot Fest. Check back all weekend to see how Chicago’s own fared. Sleep on It, 1:50 p.m. Friday at the Radicals stage. Sleep On It, from “down the road” in Logan Square, was tasked with the first show of the day at the Radicals stage, and their power pop provided a rollicking start to the day   Read More ...
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MOSAICS Missouri Festival for the Arts in Historic St. Charles
ST. CHARLES, Mo. - On September 15-17, 2017, several blocks of North Main Street in Historic St. Charles will play host at the 23rd Annual MOSAICS Missouri Festival for the Arts. This is a free, family-friendly community arts event that appeals to artists and visitors of all ages – from individuals to families, to those who appreciate art to the serious art collector, as well as aspiring artists and working arts professionals   Read More ...
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Mt. Auburn Cemetery hosts 'A Glimpse Beyond' arts festival
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — A cemetery may seem like an unusual spot for an arts festival, but Mt. Auburn Cemetery is not an ordinary cemetery. This weekend the historic burial place will be transformed into a performance space for musicians, dancers and artists in a festival called "A Glimpse Beyond." It's the sixth year the cemetery has welcomed the performances, most of which are conducted outside and integrated into the cemetery's cultured landscape   Read More ...
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Gisele Bündchen Breaks Down in Tears Before Singing John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ at Rock in Rio Music Festival
Gisele Bündchen is wearing her heart on her sleeve. The 37-year-old supermodel appeared at the Rock in Rio Music Festival in Brazil on Friday, giving a speech encouraging others to live their lives to the fullest. “If we are all capable of imagining, we are all capable of creating,” she said in Portuguese, with a translation provided by her husband, Tom Brady   Read More ...
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Takumi Japanese festival offers rich cultural experience and popular Japanese hot dog
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) — The annual Japanese Festival is gearing up this weekend for a fun and educational cultural experience. The New Mexico Japanese American Citizens League (NMJACL) is holding its annual Aki Matsuri (fall festival) on Sunday, September 17 at the National Hispanic Culture Center, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. New Mexico artists will showcase their Japanese style of art in honor of this year’s theme: “Takumi: The Way of Japanese Craftsmanship   Read More ...
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These fall food festivals will have you drooling, from San Gennaro to the Chile Pepper Festival
In New York, food festivals come in all flavors. Whether it’s a hot time at Brooklyn’s Chile Pepper festival, home cooking by “chefugees,” or dinner with the stars, it’s all on the menu this season. San Gennaro. (Through Sept. 24 on Mulberry St. between Canal and Houston Sts.; plus parts of Grand and Hester Sts.; sangennaro.org; free to walk around, food for purchase) This street fair that celebrates the Patron Saint of Naples has become a Big Apple institution, and a must for tourists and locals   Read More ...
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World Food Festival moves to new location
WEBVTT rtJUST ABOUT AN HOUR AGO A BIGEVENT KICKED OFF IN DOWNTOWN DESMOINES.KCCI'S ADAM BROWER JOINS USWORLD FOOD FESTIVAL HAPPENINGRIGHT NOW IN WESTERN GATEWrtAYPARK.WHAT IS NEW THIS YEAR?ADAM: THAT'S RIGHT.THErt WEATHER IS BEAUTIFUL.IT SMELLS AMAZING DOWN HERE.I'M JOINED BY TIFFANY FROM THEDES MOINES PARTNERSHIP.THIS IrtS THE 13TH ANNUAL WORLDFOOD AND MUSIC FESTIVAL.TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHAT ISNEW AND WHAT PEOPLE CAN EXPECT   Read More ...
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Boston YA festival and an anthology that straddles place and culture
Boston Teen Author Festival The sixth annual Boston Teen Author Festival takes place this Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Cambridge Public Library and Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, in a free, day-long celebration of young adult literature with Q&A sessions, panels, and book signings. “This year stands apart from past in that we have an all-time high of 40 authors, 14 of which are New York Times bestsellers,” said festival co-founder and president Renee Combs, noting that the organization registered as a tax-exempt nonprofit this year   Read More ...
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Proceeds of 'Fall Festival' to benefit victims of Freeman High School shooting
ROCKFORD, Wash. - The small community of Rockford is reaching out to Freeman in hopes of helping take the first steps towards healing after the devastating shooting. Chantel Wood, the manager at the Golden Gem Mercantile, says their business wants to provide a safe and positive family environment for the communities. Their Fall Festival this weekend will still be happening and they will be donating 100% of the proceeds to families directly affected by the tragedy   Read More ...
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Fun food festivals offer tastes of New England
The days are cooler and we’ve worked up an appetite for fall. Good thing we live in New England, where there are lots of seasonal celebrations centered around our favorite foods, from oysters to cranberries to eclectic city fare. Consider these for starters, one in the city and one in the country, both celebrating food and our love of it. Foodie Crawl, Sept   Read More ...
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Films by and about Latinos showcased at annual ¡Cine Magnífico! festival
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) — ¡Cine Magnífico!’ Festival returns for another culturally-rich film experience celebrating the Latin community. This years’ screenings will take place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, UNM and the Guild Cinema. Central themes include immigration, children’s film, as well as New Mexico films. This year’s festival features films from Spain, Cuba, Argentina, Honduras, Chile, México, Venezuela, Brazil and USA   Read More ...
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Learn how to make the famous chicken from the Birmingham Greek Food Festival
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A Queen Among Kings! Halle Berry Rocks Plunging Zuhair Murad at TIFF
Halle Berry is conquering the Toronto International Film Festival red carpet like the style queen she is. The actress, 51, turned heads in a plunging embroidered and lace jumpsuit at the premiere of her upcoming movie, Kings, on Wednesday, which was the seventh day of the festival. Berry let the Zuhair Murad Fall 2017 ready-to-wear collection piece do all the talking as she simply accessorized with only D’Orazio rings and wore her tresses in a high braided pony   Read More ...
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Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem return to Venice festival
Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem have returned to Venice International Film Festival 25 years after they made their debut. Now they're a married couple, starring in 'Loving Pablo, about notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. (Sept. 6)   Read More ...
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Saint George Middle Eastern Food Festival 2017: Your guide to the food, music and fun
Kibbee, grape leaves and spinach pie, oh my! Hours: 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Crafts and booths: Vendors will sell hand-carved olive wood from the Holy Land, Byzantine icons and literature, stained glass art by Mary Aiken, Middle Eastern groceries from Nabeel's Cafe & Market, and the Saint George Melkite Catholic Church cookbook "Our Favorite Recipes." Church tours: Tours of the church will be available daily until 8 p   Read More ...
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UK Actor Says There Was No ‘Malice Intended’ in Daughter’s Drug-Related Death at Music Festival Amid Police Murder Inquiry
John Michie is mourning the unexpected death of his 25-year-old daughter Louella, who died at the four-day Bestival music festival in southwest England on Monday. “We do not believe there to have been any malice intended in [their] weekend at Bestival,” the 60-year-old actor told BBC, days after Dorset Police confirmed that a 28-year-old London man, believed to be Louella’s boyfriend, was arrested in connection with her death   Read More ...
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We Found It: The Cool Suits Angelina Jolie’s Twins Knox and Vivienne Wore to TIFF
Suited up for Mom’s big night! Angelina Jolie‘s 9-year-old twins stepped out in coordinating suits at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her new movie, this week. Though Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline‘s mom may opt for designer duds, the pairs’ looks are definitely budget friendly for any parents of little dapper dudes and dudettes. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Babies newsletter   Read More ...
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Greek Festival to bring traditional flavor to Huntington
HUNTINGTON - For more than 30 years, St. George Greek Orthodox Church has been sharing its finest in traditional Greek pastries, foods, beverages, music, dance and heritage at its annual Greek Festival. Open to anyone - whether Greek or not - the festival is Friday-Sunday, Sept. 22-24, at the church, 701 11th Ave. The fest runs from 11 a.m. to 8 p   Read More ...
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The 36th Annual Middle Eastern Food Festival kicks off this weekend
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Parishioners at the Saint George Melkite Catholic Church are preparing for the 36th Annual Middle Eastern Food Festival. The parish community uses pounds and pounds of ingredients to prepare dishes at the festival. According to the Falafel chair Hilweh Shunnarah, they use 100 pounds of dry chick peas for just the falafel! In addition to the popular falafel, visitors can try dishes such as Kibbee, rolled grape leaves, and meat and spinach pies   Read More ...
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25-Year-Old Daughter of U.K. Actor Found Dead at Music Festival, Friend Arrested on Murder Charges
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of 25-year-old Louella Michie, daughter of British actor John Michie, at a music festival in southwest England, multiple outlets report. A statement from Dorset Police confirmed that a 28-year-old London man who knew Louella was arrested in connection with her death, which occurred in the early hours of Monday   Read More ...
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Daughter of famed British actor found dead in wooded area at music festival
It's every parent's worst nightmare. John Michie is heartbroken following the death of his 25-year-old daughter Louella Michie at Bestival music festival in Dorset, United Kingdom. He told The Sun the family had lost an "angel," maintaining that she was not murdered. "We've lost our angel. It's not murder - they were friends. It was just a tragic mistake, a tragic accident," the "Holby City" star said   Read More ...
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Pizza festival a 'scam'; tiny pie cost $75, attendees claim
Attendees at a New York City pizza festival last weekend hoped to get a nice slice of a pie, but said were left hungry and furious after shelling out $75 for tiny, cold pizzas and waiting hours in a “shady parking lot.” The food festival in Brooklyn on Saturday promised to give people “an eclectic tasting of the best pizza in NYC   Read More ...
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Daughter Of UK TV Star John Michie Found Dead At Music Festival: Murdered Or Drugs?
The daughter of U.K. TV star John Michie has been found dead at a U.K. music festival. Louella Michie was found dead in a wooded area adjoining the site at Bestival, a music festival that has long been seen as the final big weekend of the U.K.’s festival scene. Until this year, Bestival has been traditionally held on the Isle of Wight   Read More ...
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Who needs a cruise to eat well? Food festival comes to San Diego's port
If you're a cruiser who likes to sail out of San Diego, check out its Taste of the Port event planned for Sept. 21. The Thursday evening food festival will offer dishes from waterfront restaurants and promises food, drinks and great views of the seaport and harbor. Hosted by the Port of San Diego, the event will emphasize sustainable cooking using locally sourced ingredients and fresh fish   Read More ...
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Brooklyn food festival ignites outrage by charging $75 for tiny pizza
No matter how you slice it, this pizza party was the pits. A Brooklyn food festival left angry connoisseurs with a bad taste in their mouths after shelling out $75 for slices that were barely bigger than a pizza roll. And now the state attorney general’s office is looking into their complaints. Guests said they waited on line for more than an hour in Bushwick Saturday to sample the goods at the New York City Pizza Festival, only to get glasses of warm wine and slivers instead of whole slices   Read More ...
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The largest Mexican food festival in the U.S. is happening in Los Angeles. Get ready for mole!
From 10 years of mole to a new ice cream shop from a “Top Chef” winner, here’s what’s happening in the L.A. food and drink world: Mole mole: If you’re familiar with mole, the traditional Mexican dish that can include upwards of 30 ingredients, you’ll appreciate the work of those who make it. You’ll probably also want to find someone else to make it for you   Read More ...
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