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KAABOO Announces 2019 KAABOO Cayman Lineup

first_imgKAABOO has announced the lineup for their newest destination event in the Cayman Islands. Overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the inaugural event is set on the shores of the world-famous Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman. KAABOO Cayman will take place amidst a tropical climate where guests will enjoy a backdrop of crystal blue water and white sand beaches for an upscale, island getaway from February 15 – 16, 2019.For their inaugural lineup, KAABOO Cayman will welcome internationally renowned EDM-pop duo The Chainsmokers and British new wave idols Duran Duran as headliners. Also on the lineup are DJ ZEDD, Jason Derulo, Bryan Adams, Counting Crows, Flo Rida, Blondie, +Live+, Maren Morris, Sean Paul, Shaggy, Salt-N-Pepa ft DJ Spinderella, Blues Traveler, Los Lobos, and many more. Comic canons Wanda Sykes, David Spade, Jenny Slate, Darrell Hammond and more will headline KAABOO’s HUMOR ME stage.For information on the lineup, location, and ticketing, head here to the festival website.last_img read more

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Students awarded Fisher Prize

first_imgThe Howard T. Fisher Prize for excellence in Geographic Information Science (GIS) for the 2013-14 academic year has been awarded to Graduate School of Design master’s candidate Leif Estrada for “Temporal Morphology: Synthetic Growth and Natural Decline of Alameda Island” and Jake Sobstyl for “Zero-touch scale-free and climate independent thermal energy audits.”Both students will receive $500. To view the award-winning poster entries, visit http://gis.harvard.edu/resources/awards/winners.The Fisher Prize was established in 1999 to promote and reward student work in the broad, interdisciplinary subject that is GIS. The prize is named after Howard Taylor Fisher, a geographer and mathematical cartographer who founded the Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis at the Graduate School of Design in 1965.last_img read more

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SLIDESHOW: Binghamton School District throws parade for seniors

first_imgCongratulations class of 2020! BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Binghamton City School District surprised their high school seniors on Wednesday. Teachers and administrators delivered senior yard signs and paraded throughout the streets of Binghamton in cars, school buses, police cars and fire trucks to honor their graduates. last_img

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