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Bluesman James Cotton has lived the kind of life they make movies about. He toiled on a Mississippi plantation from earliest childhood, found himself orphaned at age 9, practically was raised by blues master Sonny Boy Williamson II and flourished as a...
The Baltimore SunThe James Beard Foundation announced the winners of the 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards on Monday night at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, capping a weekend of gastronomic events in New York City. Spike Gjerde of Baltimore's Woodberry Kitchen...
Frederic Franklin Dancer helped popularize modern ballet in U.S. Frederic Franklin, 98, a British-born dancer who helped popularize modern ballet in the United States, died Saturday at a Manhattan, N.Y., hospital of complications from pneumonia,...
“The Book of Mormon” and “Once,” Broadway musicals that dominated the two most recent Tony Awards, will come to Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa during the three-venue complex’s 2013-14 season. Bernadette Peters...
WASHINGTON – Democratic strategist James Carville has thrown his weight behind a new "super PAC" that is promoting a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential run in 2016. The Ready for Hillary PAC has no formal connection to the former first lady...
Today marks the start of National Poetry Month, the monthlong celebration of the verse inaugurated in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. The April initiative aims to highlight the legacy and achievements of America's poets, and is among the largest...
Tags: Poetry, Authors, Langston Hughes, Mario Batali , Arts and Culture
Orlando native Isai Jess Muñoz will be performing the role of "Goro" in the Orlando Philarmonic upcoming production of Puccini’s opera, Madama Butterfly. Muñoz has appeared with opera companies around the country, including The New York City...
When it comes to creating compelling drama, fact-based films often have an advantage over the invented kind. But don't tell that to R.F.I. Porto, the writer of Washington sniper movie "Blue Caprice." The notion of adapting a real-life tale was something...
Tribune reporterA gas leak near downtown Downers Grove forced residents and nearby businesses to evacuate for a few hours this morning, fire department officials said. A worker replacing sewer lines on Main Street near 53rd Street hit a high-pressure, two-inch gas line...
Tags: Business, Nicor Incorporated
NEW YORK -- The Tony nominations announcement Tuesday morning brought good news to Christopher Durang’s dysfunctional-family tale "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" and the late Nora Ephron's period journalism weepie "Lucky Guy" with the two...
Well, Michael Bublé, you've made our hearts melt yet again. The crooner gave an impromptu performance at the 66th Street Lincoln Center stop of the New York subway Thursday, singing the Jackson 5's "Who's Lovin' You." He sang the song with a capella...
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