“Jazz Times” – new Music Library journal

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Jazz Times
Silver Spring, Md.

Current Periodicals

The history of the magazine dates back to Radio Free Jazz, a publication founded in 1970 by Ira Sabin when he was operating a record store in Washington, DC. It was originally a newsletter designed to update shoppers on the latest jazz releases and provide jazz radio programmers with a means of communicating with the industry. However, Radio Free Jazz grew substantially over the next decade, attracting readers and writers from around the world. Since then JazzTimes has continued to evolve into what is widely regarded as the world’s leading jazz publication. Expect to find: Extensive news coverage, Award winning jazz journalism, CD Book and Video reviews, Informative features and columns, Special directories, Readers polls, Critic picks, and much more.
Go to JazzTimes website

“Jazziz” – new Music Library journal

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Jazziz: Art for Your Ears
Gainesville, Fla. : Jazziz Magazine, Inc., c1983- .

Current Periodicals and Online

For 20 years, JAZZIZ Magazine has been covering the jazz world, documenting musical innovations, charting industry trends, hanging with the artists whose lives so colorfully inform our own. Award-winning JAZZIZ Magazine gives you the lowdown each month on what’s hot (and what’s not) in the world of jazz with insightful editorial, hundreds of CD reviews, and inspired photography and design. JAZZIZ has been called “the voice of a new jazz culture; a culture it helped create,” and over the past 20 years has grown to become the largest-circulated jazz publication in the world the undisputed authority on jazz music and style. More than a magazine, JAZZIZ stands for the best content, products, and services that the jazz world has to offer.

Go to Jazziz website

Commuters: Park overnight and ride the T to Hodges Library

Commuters: Park overnight and ride the T to Hodges Library during finals.

Thanks to UT Parking Services, 24-hour parking will be available to commuters during finals week. December 5 through 13, students with valid commuter parking permits may park at the Lake Avenue Garage, Levels 1 and 2, and ride the T-Link bus to and from Hodges Library. (All other commuter lots close at 3 a.m.)

Map Library Is On The Move

he move is on! Relocation of the Map Library began today.

Tons of maps and map cabinets are being moved from the basement of Hoskins Library to the new location on the ground floor of Hodges Library.

The Map Library will reopen in January. In the meantime, please direct your geographic questions to any of our reference desks. Materials charged out from the Map Library may be returned to the circulation desk at Hodges Library.

Thanks for your patience. We are excited to have these geographic materials and the expertise of our Map Library staff closer to the heart of campus.