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Music · Poetry

Melodia Combines Poet Laureate’s Words, Women’s Vocal Power

By Chris Lombardi
Thirty years ago, as the 1970s were coming to a close, a young pianist named Cynthia Powell had an impulse not so common among accompanists. “I started to look into women composers, women’s music — I wasn’t yet sure why,” Powell told WFC last week. That impulse, then sort of perpendicular to most of Powell’s gigs accompanying church choirs and…
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With 1,000 Victories, Pat Summitt Powers Us All

By Elizabeth Willse
(We know National Women’s Sports Day was two days ago. But tonight, when University of Tennessee coach Pat Summitt’s Lady Vols secured for their coach her 1,000th win, we knew we just had to keep the celebration going. – Ed.) by Elizabeth Willse, Contributing Editor When I watch women’s college basketball, I cheer the loudest for a team from a…
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