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The protest march on North Michigan Avenue early Thursday afternoon by members of the Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago was probably futile. The membership of this independent, newly formed union — drawn from retail and restaurant...
Special to The Herald-MailGospel legend Sandi Patty is coming to the Maryland Theatre Friday, Nov. 23, for the opening date of her "Christmas Celebration Tour" with Jason Crabb. During a phone chat this week from her home in Oklahoma City, Okla., we purposefully avoided the same...
Staff WriterThe community is invited to attend a free vocal concert by Leah Brown, dramatic, operatic mezzo-soprano. The concert will be at 4 p.m. Sunday in First United Methodist Church, 312 S. Eighth St., El Centro. Brown, known for her riveting operatic...
What happened to Pete Townshend? This question was the only one worth asking as the audience filed out of the BB&T Center in Sunrise Thursday night, minutes after the Who guitarist unexpectedly left the stage during what turned out to be the only encore...
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Originally part of Haddam, and named for Little Haddam in Hertfordshire, England, the eastern side of town was settled around 1685 and incorporated as a separate town in 1734. LANDMARKS: East Haddam is home to two of Connecticut's...
Lucille Bliss, who provided the voice of the cartoon character Crusader Rabbit in the early days of television and gained recognition a generation later as the voice of Smurfette in the 1980s television hit "The Smurfs," has died. She was 96. Bliss...
'Conversion' therapy: An article in the Oct. 1 Section A about Gov. Jerry Brown's actions on legislation said that, in a veto message, he condemned therapy intended to turn gay teens straight. In fact, Brown denounced the practice in a statement issued...
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Thomas Cassidy Longtime classical music radio announcer in L.A. Thomas Cassidy, 95, an announcer who was the longtime host of classical music programs on the now-defunct KFAC radio station, died Nov. 5 at Northridge Hospital Medical Center, his daughter...
Jules Massenet's "Werther" is a staple of the European opera house repertory, but its Goethe-inspired protagonist remains an infrequent visitor to American shores. Despite the fact that the opera received its American premiere in Chicago, in 1894, Lyric...
Annapolis Opera opened its 40th season with Giuseppe Verdi's 26th opera, "Aida," a performance that emphasized the music of this grand opera in an intimate setting that made a full staging impossible. Marking his 30th season as artistic director,...
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ReporterOpera Roanoke and Patrick Henry High School team up to honor a special tradition and a special man today. It was all part of the Joe Green Tree Project. The family of legendary opera composer Giuseppe Verdi would plant a tree for each of his operas,...
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email@example.comA soap opera called “Country Store,” child performers Geraldine Francis Main and Helen Davis, Bud Messner and his Saddle Pals, and Earl Mentzer were among the first popular on-air talent for local radio station WJEJ, which is celebrating its...
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