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Elton John was genuinely concerned about the music business. "I'm very anti putting the price (of tickets) beyond eight-fifty," John told Playboy. "To see a Sinatra, to see a Piaf if she were still alive, to see a Dietrich, yes, I would say charge...
One of 2012's best movies came and went without a shred of the attention it deserves, and it’s not as if the film's some obscure, subtitled documentary only a niche audience would see anyway. It's "Not Fade Away," the tremendous feature writing-...
Written by the Brooklyn-based Rebecca Joy Fletcher, "Cities of Light" is a new cabaret-style entertainment paying tribute to the Jewish artists whose work connected the cabarets of Berlin, Paris, Warsaw and Tel Aviv from the late 1920s until their...
Tags: Music Industry, Nazi Party, Fine Artists, Judaism, Music
By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail " Once I drew like Raphael, but it has taken me a whole lifetime to learn to draw like children." — Pablo Picasso For more than 60 years, in April and May, the Washington County Museum of...
Tags: Arts, Students, Teaching and Learning, Fine Artists, Music
There are several great events across Central Florida on Friday night and many more throughout the week. You won't be able to attend all the opening receptions tonight, but fortunately these shows will hang around for awhile. Florida Craftsmen puts on...
Tags: Arts, Fine Artists, DeLand, Lake Eola, Museums
Increasingly awash in holiday art and entertainment offerings, we struggle to find something special, something new. Judging by local television news broadcasts, one would think that the majestic lions that front the Art Institute are that building's...
Give the city's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events this much: It listened to what Chicagoans said they wanted in a Cultural Plan and wrote it down. And then wrote some more. And more. Released Monday, the Cultural Plan's 48 pages...
Let's raise a glass to Bob Koester, the single-minded Chicagoan who this weekend celebrates a remarkable anniversary: 60 years of producing jazz and blues recordings. Koester's Delmark Records may not be the biggest indie in the country – or...
Chicago has long had a thing for strippers and I do not mean the anything-but-subtle lap dancers who populate so-called gentlemen's' clubs. I mean some of the legendary artists (and I do mean artists) who have wowed Chicago through the decades, among...
"Hey broken-nose girl," the redoubtable Stew sang from the stage of Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art on Saturday night, addressing Chicago, the commissioned topic of much of his pair of weekend performances. "I hear you're second to none. I don't know...
Tags: Arts, Music, Windsurfing, Tourism and Leisure, Nelson Algren
If you're planning to attend a holiday arts and crafts show sometime in the next few weeks — say, for instance, the massive, annual Renegade Craft Fair Holiday Market at the Pulaski Park Fieldhouse in Noble Square, which wraps up Sunday —...
In 1994, Orchestra Hall — home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra — took a gamble. The grand old institution for the first time launched a jazz subscription series, betting that Chicagoans would commit to a season of such events, albeit a short...
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