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Your Weekend August 29,30,31 | 2014
Enjoy music, dance, festivals and more during the last weekend of August. Swan Lake For the first time ever the American Ballet dances into Brisbane, bringing its unique take on the most loved...
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The North West Star
Michael Feinstein meets the challenge
... was a moment of truth,” said Feinstein, who had come to the position with no previous conducting experience. “I knew it would drastically go in one direction or the other. I said to myself, ‘God’s...
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GDP 'Good News' Sparks Bond Buying & Stock Sellin...
Chjarts are the bestest! Tha tha tha tha tha... THAT'S ALL FOLK'S! the 30y calls bullshit on the entire recovery meme. this would be a good time for the fed to unload some of the crap mbs on their...
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US Federal Reserve
The day Dickie slugged the Duke
Salisbury Post Wineka column: The day Dickie slugged the Duke SALISBURY � Some years back, a British friend of Ben Martin�s asked him whether he would like to attend the opening of a film museum in...
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William Greaves, TV host and filmmaker, dead at 87
NEW YORK (AP) — William Greaves, the Emmy-award winning co-host and executive producer of a groundbreaking television news program and a prolific filmmaker whose subjects ranged from Muhammad Ali to...
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Lake Placid News
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Barbara Rose Shuler, Intermezzo: A look at Monter...
From Disney to dancing, the Monterey Symphony promises to light up your musical life this coming season. Max Bragado-Darman, the popular music director and conductor of this distinguished regional...
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The voices of U Street’s ‘Black Broadway’ days ar...
The Howard theater in 1975. (D.C. Public Library Special Collections, D.C. Historic Preservation Division Photograph Collection) Sandra Butler-Truesdale is the only person on U Street not in motion....
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Martin Luther King
Institute of Museum
Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis Jr. Bringing Hits, Plu...
Pictured: Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. Locals Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., known for their numerous hits with the 5th Dimension, and later chart toppers like the Grammy-winning You Don’t...
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Prism Theatrics Arrives
Disney alum Anneliese van der Pol starred in Prism Theatric’s inaugural production, Thoroughly Modern Millie. Matthew Blake Floyd’s professional journey has come full circle. After learning the ropes...
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Thoroughly Modern Millie
Still flying high from singing at Jazz Maui 2014 with
Orchestra Director Tommy James and Moonglow All Stars, I am elated to play and sing with Maui's world-class jazz musicians. Raised...
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Jazzing it up
... DeVore was first exposed to radio broadcasting equipment when he enlisted in the Army and began his service as a Morse code and voice radio operator and cryptography specialist, where he’d...
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Ken Burns' feelings at the end of his week seven lectures of the Chautauqua Institution season are probably being shared by hundreds to thousands of the institution's summer residents today as another...
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VC's Lyceum Series to feature ghost hunter, write...
Add a best-selling author, a ghost hunter, a cancer survivor and a social activist to a jazzy Harlem musical revue, and you get Victoria College's 2014-15 Lyceum Lecture Series, which begins Sept....
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A critic's collection of great jazz interviews
In 37 years of covering music for the Tribune, I've heard virtually all of the masters and have been lucky enough to meet most of them. Whether chatting backstage with Ella Fitzgerald and Frank...
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Inside story to Limerick’s Jazz Festival
... Rose Rushe British saxophonist Julian Siegel is this year’s artist in residence, and booked for three events, workshop included CONFIRMING that Van Morrison at the thousand-seater concert hall...
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Wine and Jazz Festival boasts variety of wineries...
Those with eclectic taste in music will find a lot to like about the 17th annual Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival in Esther Short Park this weekend. With a bit of gospel, classic and new jazz, blues...
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Wounded Warriors Soccer plays an exhibition game ...
The nonprofit Wounded Warriors Soccer group based in Olney is hosting an exhibition game played by injured veterans on Saturday during the annual August Cup youth soccer tournament at the Maryland...
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Bustin’ Ground: Chuck Brown Park vs. Other Musica...
Chuck Brown’s already gotten a street dedicated to his memory (the 1900 block of 7th Street NW) and soon, another physical landmark will bear his name: Chuck Brown Park formally opens on Aug. 22 at 11...
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Classical guitarist Jason Vieaux to perform at Eu...
Jason Vieaux will perform a recital of classical guitar music at 3 p.m. Sept. 7 in the Chapel at Eureka College. Admission is $20 or $10 for students. The program will include “Variations on a Theme...
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East Peoria Times Courier
Chillicothe Times Bulletin
Johann Sebastian Bach
For Tony Bennett, 88, The Point of Art is to Conv...
No, Lady Gaga will not perform with Tony Bennett at Mesa Arts Center. There's long been talk of a collaboration CD between the two, and it seems that come September, the two finally will release...
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