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Another pops program devoted to George Gershwin? Why not? This weekend's Gershwin feast being presented on the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's SuperPops series will hardly be the last. Nearly 75 years after his death at the age of 39, the composer's...
Administrators, teachers, parents and students put their faith in veteran educator Jeffrey Hubbard in 2006. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly stated that Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard is...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgFor years, every time Winston and Susan Herbst would pass by an abandoned building in Hagerstown, they could only see the potential. "We'd say, 'That would make a good youth center,'" Winston said during a telephone interview. The Herbsts, who had spent...
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email@example.comIt seems the days when people communicated primarily by looking one another in the eye and speaking, then listening, are gone. So are the days when folks picked up a good, old-fashioned land-line telephone and said what needed to be said. A glance inside...
Gardening class The Hickory Ridge Community Association sponsors, "Grow it! Eat it! Spring Vegetable Gardening," from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Jan. 25 at the Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring. Master Gardener Kent Phillips will give a presentation on how...
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WEDNESDAY MELT Class Costa Mesa Parks & Recreation presents a MELT class, which uses balls to relieve aches and pains to slow aging. The class costs $15 and is from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Balearic Community Center, 1975 Balearic Drive, Costa Mesa....
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Charles Orestus Smith, a retired CareFirst Medicare contractor who was an avid fan of the opera and symphony, died Jan. 3 of a heart attack at his home in the Northway Apartments in Guilford. He was 74. Born in Baltimore and raised in Guilford, Mr. Smith...
Well, here we are in 2012, and if we are honest, it will take us another month before we stop writing 2011. As I heard folks lamenting about 2011 and how many were glad to see it go, I was bemused. For some reason, when things get a little uncomfortable...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco's new sheriff used his swearing-in ceremony Sunday to speak publicly for the first time about allegations that he was involved in a domestic abuse incident. Former city supervisor Ross Mirkarimi took the oath of...
Local artists don't fiddle around when handed an unvarnished violin by the Laguna Beach Music Festival. They create "Artful Violins," meant to be displayed rather than played. The violins are auctioned annually to raise funds to support the festival's...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMost Hancock residents were unaware of the town’s significance in Civil War history. They knew soldiers had trod the land, and some had heard the story of a battle there. But few, if any, realized that Brig. Gen. F.W. Lander and his troops...
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One could call it a concert of the masters. A mastery of the piano, intimate and serene. A performance of the master's symphony, with all its shades of grandeur, subtle and striking. Inspiration from a master of science, whose celestial revelations...
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