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As long as I can remember my dad regaled us with stories of his high school athletic days with the Greenville (Mich.) Yellow Jackets. My dad says he was known as "The Greenville Flash" because of his lightning speed in track. Most of all, though, my...
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You would never guess the economy is still struggling, given the quantity, quality and diversity of classical music events being offered in the Chicago area between now and the end of the year. Following are 10 major classical events you won't want to...
Guest artist Michael Powell, tenor trombonist of the American Brass Quintet since 1983, will appear in concertwith the WSU Symphony Orchestra on Thursday, September 20, at 7:30pm, in Miller Concert Hall. The orchestra’s inaugural performance of the...
Dust off the tuxedos, pull out the pearls and get ready to celebrate a new dance season with anniversaries, reunions, holiday performances and a masked ball here in Howard County. Around this time of year, Kathi Ferguson puts on a seasonal dance show for...
What would have been John Cage's 100th birthday on Wednesday is being celebrated around the globe throughout the year. Here's a selective listing:Full story | Timeline | Music | Inspiration | Critic's Notebook West Coast John Cage: Zen Ox-Herding...
Dan Deacon is obsessed with the apocalypse. From a dilapidated couch in his Station North practice space, the city's most well known electronic musician and composer quickly rattles off grim crises: the United States' "growing military stronghold," drone...
Hartford CourantLyricist, singer and songwriter Johnny Mercer will receive a tribute in song next week at the Cabaret & Performance Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Centerin Waterford. “AC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE”, A Johnny Mercer Celebration,"...
email@example.comThere are no two ways about it — Thomas “Tom” Law was a craftsman. From his training at a private art school in Washington, D.C., in seventh and eighth grade, electrical training while in the U.S. Navy, to his skills as a carpenter,...
August 15 Goodbye They say all good things must come to an end. With that, I'm leaving WDBJ and the news business. I've accepted a position as the community relations coordinator for Roanoke City Schools. There are several reasons why I'm switching...
A quarter-century ago, Myrna and Bob Weaver wished for a musical venue for children to learn, play and enjoy classical music. The first Florida Youth Orchestra, in 1988, tuned to the melodies of 54 instruments played by adolescent fingers. For...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFirst published on Jan. 30, 2011. Revised and expanded in early 2012. The tourists think big. Arriving in Southern California, they expect to conquer Disneyland and Hollywood, perhaps on the same day, in between the surfing and snowboarding. Then they...
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Late last night, Baltimore noise-maestro Dan Deacon took to Twitter to point fans to "Lots," the first song from his forthcoming album, "America," due Aug. 28 on Domino. Deacon, the most recognizable face of Baltimore's Wham City art collective, has been...
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