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I have discovered a preference for New Orleans Jazz.

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Bees need shelter too. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of death and violence.  

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You don’t have to choose between baseball and the upcoming solar eclipse. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of death.

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Y’all, Beyoncé did that. Editor’s Note: mentions of violence and death. 

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Last Thursday, Deputy Editor Nikita Nambiar attended an event at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem as a part of an event series called Music on the Brain. The event, was organized by Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute and featured musical artist T.K Blue and evolutionary biologist Wyatt Toure.

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The jazz show you don’t want to miss. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of death.

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Senior Staff Writer Lucia Towne joined Uptown Vocal at their concert on Saturday night, almost exactly a year after her first introduction to the group.

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Amateur Jazz enthusiast and Bwog daily editor Nikita Nambiar squished herself onto a little sofa in ADP house two Thursdays ago to Listen to a Jazz set by Jon Block Quintet. The group performed as part of a bi-weekly Jazz night series organized by Coffeehaus Jam Club.

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An event held by Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute and the National Jazz Museum in Harlem developed an interesting dialogue between the biology behind generational trauma and the ways in which it is reflected in music.

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What are we going to do for three hours endlessly now? Editors Note: Mentions of Violence

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Politics, Progress, and Polyrhythms in this morning’s Bwoglines.

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On Friday, November 11, Latin Grammy-nominated world music/jazz fusion band Afro-Andean Funk and Columbia’s Dr. Renzo Aroni led a workshop and performance, sponsored and supported by the Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, about the preservation of the Quechua language and culture through their music.

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It’s a big day for big band fans. Editor’s Warning: mentions of gun violence.

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Bwoggers James Perry, Panu Hejmadi, Obutor Ogonor, and Alice Rodi check out the jazz scene at local Ethiopian restaurant Massawa, where the Sarah Hanahan Trio appeared last Sunday to treat the restaurant to a lively night of music.

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Staff Writer and lapsed musician Jeff Davis attended a live virtual performance at the Lantern in the Lenfest Center for the Arts last Tuesday of Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas, a harp and bass jazz duo. 

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