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2015/01/30 23:20
2015/01/30 23:20
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Saturday, 12:30 p.m.: Weekly carillon recital. Edward M. Nassor will perform Preludio No. 4 in D minor by the Flemish composer Mathias van den Gheyn. Washington National Cathedral, Bishop’s Garden...
2015/01/30 23:20
2015/01/30 23:20
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2015/01/30 18:36
2015/01/30 18:36
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Since the Howard Theatre reopened in 2012, this landmark venue has featured a wide range of music styles, but never bounce beat, the raw-edged brand of go-go that began in this century. That will...
2015/01/30 18:34
2015/01/30 18:34
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We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that...
2015/01/30 11:02
2015/01/30 11:02
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The Primitives,”Galore” (Cherry Red CDBRED 651)­This attractive re­issue shines a welcome and long overdue spotlight on the final RCA album from Coventry indie band The Primitives. “Galore” was...
Read more at chad, Nottingham Post
2015/01/30 02:19
2015/01/30 02:19
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It is a dream scenario for District leaders: Parents rallying around their neighborhood school and vowing to be a part of its renaissance. That’s been happening in the rapidly gentrifying Northwest...
2015/01/30 00:48
2015/01/30 00:48
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Heart on Fire, set for release in March, is the second album from Sasha’s Bloc, a Los Angeles-based nonet formed in 2012 by Russian-born bassist and songwriter Alex Gershman. Steeped in the traditions...
2015/01/29 22:47
2015/01/29 22:47
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The show marks the first collaboration between the Kennedy Center and the Apollo and, says the release, “includes musicians from both communities and works emblematic of the jazz communities in each...
2015/01/29 20:16
2015/01/29 20:16
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We've got a bumper weekend culture guide for you today, so you won't be short of If there's an event you'd like to see us mention in our guides, you can tweet us at @EchoWhatsOn with the hashtag...
2015/01/29 19:14
2015/01/29 19:14
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Anyone who has attended Chicago jazz performances during the past couple of years probably has noticed her: a versatile young bassist who plays in far-flung bands and sings with uncommon delicacy and...
2015/01/29 19:05
2015/01/29 19:05
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Barclays Center affiliate Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment has formed an alliance with Long Island University, in which BS&E will bring entertainment back to the historic Brooklyn Paramount...
Read more at Billboard, DNA Info
2015/01/29 02:19
2015/01/29 02:19
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McKinley senior Ineka Armstead has heard plenty from her coaches and teammates that her weakest area in the 300-meter dash is her approach on the final turn. Fatigue can set in and get the best of her...
2015/01/27 19:09
2015/01/27 19:09
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He stayed for 14 months, but hung around music publishers in his spare time: “Then some songs I had sold to a publisher suddenly yielded the magnificent sum of $300, and in 1941, $300 was all the...
2015/01/25 05:06
2015/01/25 05:06
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Winston Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra delve into the Birth of the American Orchestra. "The first great composer and intellectual in jazz is New Orleans creole, Jelly Roll Morton....
2015/01/25 04:19
2015/01/25 04:19
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Following a visit from animal control, 76-year-old Renetta DeBlase was forced to give up 23 of her cats, which she took in off the streets. DeBlase was allegedly told they would be given homes, but...
2015/01/24 16:09
2015/01/24 16:09
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... I think.” Pte Flannigan scraped past with a full tray in his hands. He winked at Luke, who just shook his head and gave him the finger. The canteen was buzzing, the soldiers ate quickly. Luke...
2015/01/23 18:34
2015/01/23 18:34
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We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that...
2015/01/23 18:09
2015/01/23 18:09
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It’s often considered the low point in Frank Sinatra’s career: the moment the singer growled, “Hot dog, woof!” during a lecherous novelty song he cut in 1951 with the statuesque TV personality Dagmar....
2015/01/23 18:02
2015/01/23 18:02
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The Augustana Jazz Ensemble will present its winter concert on Friday, February 6, at 8 p.m. in Centennial Hall (3703 7th Ave.). This concert is free and open to the public. Led by director Joseph...
2015/01/23 16:44
2015/01/23 16:44
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Did you grow up surrounded by pictures of waif-like children with huge, sad eyes? The recently released motion picture release “Big Eyes” tells the story behind those pictures’ creator Margaret Keane...
2015/01/23 16:18
2015/01/23 16:18
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Lots of options this weekend. Check out our picks below, and browse our comprehensive concert calendar for more options. MarchFourth Marching Band marches to a beat, sure. But they're the ones...
2015/01/30 23:20
2015/01/30 23:20
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