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CCM Alums Take on the Baritone Bad Boys of ‘La Ca...
... told you Baroque operas are dull?” Andrew Garland says. “Who told you that?” He’s responding to a statement about operas characterized by long, florid arias and often-static staging. Francesco...
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University of Cincinnati
The Sunday Morning Television Orgy of John Kerry
The weekly array of bloodsucking ghouls trotted out to make their cases becomes increasingly wretched as the desperation of the empire itself does likewise and this Sunday's slate was an all-star...
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Cincinnati Operas La Calisto
Don't walk. Run to the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) to catch the remaining performances of La Calisto, an opera composed in 1653 that's equal parts romance and raunch, performed by a...
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Johnny Marr announces new autobiographical album ...
The former Smiths guitarist's second solo album will be called Playland and is set for release on October 6. "The album's main themes are the atmosphere of the city, and the preoccupations of the...
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6 things Krusty the Clown taught us about life
Even though the show’s long past its magnificent best, it’s testament to the former greatness of The Simpsons that the rumoured death of a cartoon can cause panic and fear. But a sad day is coming to...
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Rockport on the agenda
ROCKPORT — Municipal meetings that are open to the public and scheduled this week in the town of Rockport: Open Space & Recreation Committee, 7:30 p.m., Town Hall Annex. Agenda includes discussion of...
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Board of Selectmen
Stars To Honor Pete Seeger At Video Streamed Memo...
Pete Seeger, the legendary American folksinger and activist who died in January, and his wife and fellow activist, Toshi, who died last year, will be honored at a free memorial concert Sunday in New...
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Welcome to Islonia: First part of Scotland declar...
IT'S a four-acre island which owes its climate to the Atlantic Gulf Stream...but the total ban on the music of Bon Jovi comes from the man who has declared himself King. Welcome to the micro-nation...
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The Royal family
Fit for a King: What comes next for Baby George
HE’S the heir to the heir to the heir which makes him unique enough. But even by the decidedly odd standards of royalty, young Prince George of Cambridge, who turns one on Tuesday, is something of a...
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Visitors to the French capital this summer have the opportunity to revisit what is known about the ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra courtesy of an exhibition, The Myth of Cleopatra, at the...
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Hip-Hop Taught by Ballet Company Carries London’s...
A lime green fence surrounds the future site of a 330-year-old ballet company’s hip-hop academy and a new campus for a university boasting 28 Nobel Prizes. The eclectic combination marks the latest...
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London Legacy Development Corporation
BORDER ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE: July 17-23, 2014
Music, theatre, comedy, dance, markets, exhibitions, history and more. ENTERTAINMENT: THIS WEEK Hoges: One Night Only, 6.30pm Sunday, July 20, Albury Entertainment Centre and 7.30pm Tuesday, July...
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The Border Mail
Long Island Events July 17-23
Lord Huron with James Apollo Sounds of the nature echo throughout these Wild West anthems sung by Ben Schneider, who formed this up-and-coming indie folk quintet from Michigan. Their debut full-length...
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Kansas auctioneers top World Championship
Kansas auctioneers top World Championship By Jennifer CarricoBlaine Lotz, of Edna, Kansas, sells cattle during the World Livestock Auctioneering Championship in Knoxville, Iowa, on June 21. Lotz was...
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Firecracker smugglers make a big bang during cele...
KOSMO! reported that firecracker smugglers can earn as much as RM11,000 in the months where major festivals are celebrated in the country. According to a smuggler who chose to remain anonymous, the...
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Seeger tribute concert slated for July 19
Composer and guitarist Jim Scott will pay tribute to his friend, the iconic American folksinger and activist Pete Seeger, at “Songfest” at 7 p.m. July 19 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of...
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AXE® Kicks Off the “Summer of Temptation” with Ne...
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Following the revelation that a surprising 75 percent of guys and 60 percent of girls admit to not understanding what tempts the opposite sex (source: AXE®...
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Iranian clergy showing more religious tolerance
Usually, a public declaration by any of Iran's ayatollahs regarding the country's long-persecuted Baha'i minority carries an insult or a threat. But a few months ago, the unthinkable happened. In a...
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Muslim Council of Britain
GUILTY on terror raps
He palled around with a terrorist until he became one himself. Misbahuddin Ahmed will soon be severely punished for his 2010 flirtation with extremist beliefs after he was convicted by a jury Friday...
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Khurram Syed Sher
Polanski brings 'Venus in Fur' to screen in fully...
Wickedly smart and wickedly playful, Roman Polanski's adaptation of David Ives' Tony-nominated Venus in Fur works on so many levels, it's almost dizzying. A two-character piece about power,...
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