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    Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Raul Midón and Alex Cuba, Kim Nalley Quartet, Keyon Harrold, Cameron Graves, Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos, Isaiah Sharkey, Nellie McKay and Urban Renewal Project are among the acts who have been recently added to the bill for San Jose Jazz Summer Fest 2022. Other newly added acts for the festival — scheduled for 12-14 in downtown San Jose — include LMR Jazz Orchestra Featuring Tierney Sutton; Mosaic America Presents Rightstarter; Nicole Henry; Kid Anderson; Peter Bernstein & Bruce Forman; Adrien Brandeis; JC Smith Band; Andrew “Jr. Boy” Jones Blues Band; Alabama Mike & The Mighty Revelators; Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble; Marina Crouse Band Featuring Garth Webber; Joel Ross; Caroline Chung; Takuya Kuroda Quintet; Cheflee; MK Double Trio; Oddity; U-19’s; and Amy D. “San Jose Jazz Summer Fest 2022 brings our flagship annual summer music event back to the look and feel of SJZ Summer Fest that Bay Area music fans have come to love,” says San Jose Jazz’s Executive Director Brendan Rawson. “We are very passionate about providing top tier programming that’s both global in scope as...
    Current gasoline prices are shown in Garden Grove, California, March 29, 2022.Mike Blake | Reuters Gasoline prices are a wildcard for consumer wallets this summer, as tight supply and uncertainty in Ukraine could drive fuel costs sharply higher. Gasoline prices are climbing towards $5, and they seem set to stay high even beyond the peak driving season in July. Already, Yardeni Research projects households are spending the equivalent of $5,000 a year on gasoline, compared with $2,800 a year ago. In a normal summer, gasoline prices rise into May and then peak in the middle of the month. Summer driving season kicks off at the end of the month on Memorial Day weekend, with the largest number of drivers hitting the roads in July — just after the Fourth of July holiday. And with inflation running at more than 8%, drivers are unlikely to catch a break this year. After dipping in April, the price of gasoline has been rising this month to record levels as oil prices climb. Gasoline experts see prices rising to $5 or more per gallon,...
    In the summer of ‘72, “The Godfather” made moviegoers an offer they couldn’t refuse. It was a summer when the Rolling Stones returned to the United States for the first time since 1969, on a legendary tour behind the album “Exile On Main St.” It was a summer when the TV western “Bonanza” was still so popular that the new season aired Monday nights while older episodes from 1967-1970 were retitled “Ponderosa” to run on Tuesdays. “The Godfather” was the No. 1 movie in the United States for all of the summer of 1972 except for a single week when Goldie Hawn’s movie “Butterflies Are Free” temporarily bumped it out off the top spot. (Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures) Glam rock star Alice Cooper, foreground, with hatchet, poses with his band in New York, June 3, 1973. A year earlier, the band’s fifth album, “School’s Out,” helped it breakout in a big way in 1972. The band members are, left to right: Michael Bruce; Neal Smith, sitting; Glen Buxton and Dennis Dunaway. (AP...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- After being cooped up for several years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are traveling again regardless of what it costs. And the costs are not low."The demand is so high. Planes are at full capacity and with they'd the airlines don't have to worry about dropping those rates," said Mark Janus of Janus Travel.Victor Rivera is taking his family to Italy for 17 days in June. He originally planned the trip before the pandemic, but now that they are finally able to get away Inflation has made it much more expensive."Everything is crazy. Not only the trips but buying a new pair of sneakers for my kids," Rivera said.Demand, along with the fuel prices and a shortage of pilots, has driven average airfare up by about 25 percent according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Experts advise buying a flight when you first find it online because it will likely cost more the next time you look. That's partially because airlines are getting more sophisticated with online buyers."That tends to come from algorithms and tracking programs...
    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com may earn an affiliate commission. If you suffer from allergies, you’ll be familiar with the symptoms of a runny nose, watering eyes and sneezing that can disrupt your social life and have you constantly reaching for tissues. As summer approaches, allergies can get worse as the pollen in the air increases but if you want to get a grip on the symptoms, healthcare brand Picnic offers the ultimate solution. For the same price or less than drug store medication, you can visit the Picnic website for a bespoke, tailored allergy plan.  Picnic Allergy Relief Plan: Personalized To You Suffer from allergies? Whether you are sensitive to seasonal allergies like hay fever or have issues with dustmites or pet hair, Picnic can help. Take a quiz on their website and find out what you need to ease your symptoms. There's even free access to a doctor if you need a prescription. DailyMail readers can get their...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Kyrie Irving may have to show the Brooklyn Nets he’s more than a great basketball player if he wants a future with the team. General manager Sean Marks made clear Wednesday that Irving will have to prove a commitment to being available to his team that wasn’t there this season. After Irving missed almost all the Nets’ home games because he refused to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, Marks said talks about a potential contract extension this summer will need to include an evaluation of his dedication to play unless he’s injured. “I think those are going to be discussions,” Marks said. “It’s a team sport and you need everybody out there on the court.” The Nets rarely had that during a disappointing season that saw an NBA championship favorite finish seventh in the Eastern Conference and get swept by the Boston Celtics in the first round. They began the season playing without Irving, deciding they didn’t want him to be a part-time player. They eventually brought him back in December to play...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO and Lionel Messi continue their quest to be crowned football's true GOAT - but both have hit stumbling blocks this season. Ronaldo, 37, quit Juventus to return to Manchester United last summer, while 34-year-old Messi joined Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona. 1 Neither have quite been able to recapture their top form as football prepares to welcome the new generation of feuding forwards in Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe. Despite Ronaldo and Messi failing to hit their historic heights, the Portugal star has massive outperformed his old rival in one key area: importance to his team. United are currently locked in a race to snatch a Europa League spot with their top-four hopes all-but over. But things would be much worse for the Red Devils if they didn't have their talismanic striker. READ MORE SPORT STORIESRON HIS WAY? Man Utd face fight to keep Ronaldo with Ten Hag's plans for him up in the air Ronaldo has netted a staggering 31.6 per cent of Man Utd's Premier League goals this season, comfortably their top scorer. Meanwhile, PSG have stormed...
    (CNN) — Prices are going up for everything from food and cars to gas and clothes. Now, families can add summer camps to that growing list. Some 26 million children nationwide are expected to be enrolled in camps this year after schools wind down in just a few weeks. READ MORE: Another Dave Chapelle Stand-Up Set Announced At Live! Casino After First 3 Sell Out“Demand is extremely strong for camps as parents are desperate for their kids to be out in nature with their peers and away from tech devices after two years of social distancing,” said Tom Rosenberg, president and CEO of the American Camp Association, a non-profit that represents the summer camp industry. As demand surges, parents should prepare to pay more to secure a camp spot for their child. Rosenberg said camp fees are estimated to jump 10% to 15% this summer over 2021. Some of this is demand-driven, he added. The summer camp industry, made up of over 15,000 camps, was already running at full capacity heading into the pandemic. In 2020, 82% of overnight camps...
    New York (CNN Business)Prices are going up for everything from food and cars to gas and clothes. Now, families can add summer camps to that growing list.Some 26 million children nationwide are expected to be enrolled in camps this year after schools wind down in just a few weeks."Demand is extremely strong for camps as parents are desperate for their kids to be out in nature with their peers and away from tech devices after two years of social distancing," said Tom Rosenberg, president and CEO of the American Camp Association, a non-profit that represents the summer camp industry. As demand surges, parents should prepare to pay more to secure a camp spot for their child. Rosenberg said camp fees are estimated to jump 10% to 15% this summer over 2021.Some of this is demand-driven, he added. The summer camp industry, made up of over 15,000 camps, was already running at full capacity heading into the pandemic. In 2020, 82% of overnight camps and 60% of day camps didn't operate at all. The loss of business forced some camps to...
    ARSENAL legend Ray Parlour has recommended his former club sign Brentford's Ivan Toney to bolster their striker department. Toney has had a strong season with the Bees, netting 12 goals in the Premier League. 2Toney has been recommended by Arsenal legend ParlourCredit: GETTY He has more goals than Alexandre Lacazette, Eddie Nketiah and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang combined this term. Aubameyang left the club in January, leaving boss Mikel Arteta with just Lacazette and Nketiah to work with. But both of those strikers could also be on their way out of Arsenal this summer when their deals expire. And club legend Parlour has recommended that Arsenal sign Toney this summer as the starting point for Arsenal's rebuild in attack. READ MORE ON ARSENALGUNNERS NEWS Gabriel Jesus 'AGREES' Arsenal move, Gunners 'offered Richarlison transfer' He told talkSPORT: “The strikers they’ll be looking at, they’ll also be looking at the other clubs interested in those strikers. “You don’t want to be getting into bidding wars. "How many clubs will be after Toney, if he’s available? "That’s the sort of striker...
    Share this: A big summer is scheduled at Luna Park in Coney Island, as the amusement complex revealed more details on its new rides that are slated to open later this year. Last October, a groundbreaking ceremony was held to celebrate the park’s expansion and its planned new rides. Now they finally have names.
    TOTTENHAM are looking to appoint a No2 to managing director of football Fabio Paratici. Transfer supremo Paratici, 49, joined in June last year after 11 years at Juventus. 1Tottenham are reportedly on the hunt to find managing director Fabio Paratici a No.2 in order to help land key transfer targets this summerCredit: Getty He was key to the hit January signings of Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur, as well as the summer loan of defender Cristiano Romero, with all three being players he had previously signed for Juve. Spurs want to give the workaholic Paratici some more support, having seen the influential Steve Hitchen leave in February, by seeking someone to work under the Italian. The addition of Paratici sparked the eventual departure of Hitchen, who had been the club’s director of football in all but name. Hitchen’s official title was technical performance director, after a spell as chief scout, but he resigned in February after being marginalised by Paratici's arrival. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLUNDER PAR Italian prosecutors demand Tottenham chief Fabio Paratici is banned for 16 MONTHS However, Paratici...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As New York continues to emerge from the scourge of the pandemic, Lincoln Center is set to offer a summer teeming with new cultural life - and most of the activities will be on the house.Called "Summer for the City," the three-month initiative, running from May 14 to August 14, will offer a host of programs for visitors to enjoy, curated with the themes of rejoicing, reclaiming and remembering.If you want to dance, listen to live music, attend a quinceañera, catch a movie outdoors, or find a once-in-a-lifetime venue for a wedding, organizers promise you can do that and a great deal more."One of the most basic jobs of the arts is to help heal. This summer we will do exactly that, with moments to rejoice, reclaim, and remember within a city transformed," Shanta Thake, Ehrenkranz chief artistic officer at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA), said in a news release.Henry Timms, president and CEO of LCPA, called the offerings "fresh, new, and thoroughly New York."More importantly, they come at a time when New Yorkers...
    SUMMER holidays have been put at risk after British Airways cancelled MORE popular flight routes. BA have cancelled UK flights to Miami, Hong Kong and Tokyo throughout the summer, with plans to scrap the routes for at least four months. 1Thousands of holidaymakers are set to be left disappointed by BACredit: Alamy Now holidaymakers are fearing that even more popular destinations will be cancelled amid the ongoing staff shortages. Flights from Heathrow to Miami will be cut from two to one a day from June 4 until at least September 7, BA customers were told. It's one of the most popular destinations for UK families and is set to affect thousands of holidaymakers this summer. Hong Kong has been removed from the flight log due to the ongoing entry restrictions caused by the Covid pandemic. READ MORE ON TRAVELNOT 'APPY I was turned away at the airport after booking last-minute holiday - I'm gutted The airline has also suspended London to Tokyo flights for the rest of the summer 2022 season. This comes as more than 100 flights...
    A new AAA poll found that people are finding ways to make traveling possible in 2022, despite rising costs due to inflation. Over 70% of people surveyed said they plan to take a trip that is at least 50 miles away, while 60% said the high gas prices did not deter them from considering travel. According to AAA, the national average price for a gallon of gas is $4.10 as of Wednesday, $1.23 per gallon higher than last year at this time. Airline officials have also said they expect an uptick in travel but warned that they will raise prices amid strong bookings in order to help cover higher fuel costs. "We are very, very confident of our ability to recapture over 100% of the fuel price run-up in the second quarter and through probably the end of the summer," Delta Air Lines President Glen Hauenstein told those attending last month’s J.P. Morgan Industrials Conference. ‘PEOPLE ARE HAPPIER’: TRAVELERS REACT TO NO MASKS ON PLANES, BUT WHAT ABOUT CRUISES? “While domestic travel will...
    The wanderlust has been simmering during two years of COVID-19 — a new study by AAA Travel shows people in the D.C. area are making big travel plans, despite the highest gas prices in years. “Over 50% of Washington, D.C. residents are planning to travel more this summer than they did last year,” said Ragina Ali, manager of public and government affairs at AAA Mid-Atlantic. “And, nearly 30% are planning their first significant summer travel since the beginning of the pandemic.” More Local News More Lifestyle News  Last summer, there was an uptick in travel, with increased vaccination numbers and the end of mask mandates in portions of the country, Ali said. “Now, 50% of Washington residents say that their COVID concerns have eased greatly, and that is certainly playing a role in the desire for people to want to travel,” she said. Announced the day after a court in Florida struck down the mask mandate on planes and mass transit, Ali said passengers will likely make their own choices, as the U.S. government weighs a potential challenge...
    Getty Xavi watches his Barcelona team in action. Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez is continuing to plan for next season and is hoping the Catalan giants can add more players to the squad despite the ongoing financial difficulties at the Camp Nou. The Catalans are expected to bring in center-back Andreas Christensen from Chelsea and AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie on free transfers, but Xavi is hoping for further additions. Xavi told the board “a few days ago” that the duo are not enough and four more players are “essential” if the team is to fight for trophies next season, as reported by Xavi Lemus at Catalunya Radio. Barcelona’s Europa League exit at the hands of Eintracht Frankfurt has highlighted the squad’s shortcomings and shown the need to “increase the quality of the squad” this summer. Follow the Heavy on Barcelona Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content!What Does Xavi Want?Xavi wants Barca to sign a left-back to provide competition to Jordi Alba. A right-back will also be needed as there are doubts over Dani Alves...
    BOSTON (CBS) – JetBlue cancelled 15 more flights and delayed 12 at Logan Airport Monday morning after cancelling more than 100 flights over the weekend. It was the second weekend in a row with several delays and cancellations for the airline. “Despite hiring more than 3,000 new crewmembers already this year, like many businesses, we remain staffing constrained and these disruptions exacerbate an already challenging staffing situation,” JetBlue spokesman Derek Dombrowski told WBZ-TV in an email Sunday. “In order to get our operation back on track this week and provide additional recovery options for the potential of additional April weather events, we are cancelling some flights this weekend and will be making a small schedule adjustment through the rest of the month. We sincerely apologize to our customers for these disruptions, and we are working to cancel flights in advance whenever possible so they have time to adjust their plans and do not need to show up to the airport.” “While we believe April will continue to be challenging, we are bringing on hundreds of new crewmembers each week as...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Dozens more JetBlue flights at Logan Airport have been canceled or delayed on Sunday as the airline says it expects disruptions to continue in the near future. As of 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, there had been a total of 77 flights delayed at Logan Airport and 61 canceled. Of those flights, 44 of the delayed and 49 of the canceled flights were JetBlue. A similar number of Boston JetBlue flights were canceled last weekend as well. The airline cited “severe weather in the southeast and multiple air traffic control delay programs” as the issue. On Sunday, JetBlue said that it has hired 3,000 new crewmembers this year, but “like many businesses, we remain staffing constrained and these disruptions exacerbate an already challenging staffing situation.” JetBlue said that in an effort to “get our operation back on track” and prepare for potential April weather events, it canceled some flights this weekend and will make a “small schedule adjustment” throughout the rest of April. “While we believe April will continue to be challenging, we are bringing on hundreds of...
    DAVID MOYES claims Declan Rice is now worth ‘north of £150million’. The West Ham boss will try and copy Spurs’ strategy with Harry Kane in a bid to keep his 23-year-old star midfielder out of the clutches of Manchester United and Chelsea. 2West Ham midfielder Declan Rice has been valued at £150million by boss David MoyesCredit: Reuters 2England international Rice has been linked with a switch away from the London Stadium this summerCredit: Getty Rice has two years left on his deal, with an option to extend for a further year. Asked if a British-record fee of £150m is Rice’s current value, Moyes said: “If you are interested, well, it will be north of that. "£100m was cheap last summer. £150m just now would be minimum but he is not for sale. “What I do know is that it means there are only certain clubs that could even consider it.” Kane — whose contract also runs out in 2024 — was close to a mega-money move to Manchester City last summer, only for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to dig his heels in....