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Queens Chronicle
Women in Queens: A unique historical reflectionHow well do you know your local history? If you want to learn more, check out
Women in Queens: A unique historical reflection
Queens Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
How well do you know your local history? If you want to learn more, check out an exhibit presented by the Queens Historical Society in Flushing: “Leading the Way: Six Outstanding Women of Queens.” Betty Friedan, Yeou-Cheng Ma, Helen Keller, Ris‘... Read more
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Gramophone
Deutsche Grammophon's new President named as Clemens TrautmannNew head of iconic label brings experience of both digital publishing and perfo
Deutsche Grammophon's new President named as Clemens Trautmann
Gramophone / Posted 23 hours ago
New head of iconic label brings experience of both digital publishing and performance The new President of Deutsche Grammophon has been named as Clemens Trautmann. He will succeed Mark Wilkinson, who moves to take up the post of Vice President... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Jimmy Mulidore: the Vegas playerBy GUY D’ASTOLFO Jimmy Mulidore’s life would make for one juicy movie. The Yo
Jimmy Mulidore: the Vegas player
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
By GUY D’ASTOLFO Jimmy Mulidore’s life would make for one juicy movie. The Youngstown native and jazz great grew up in Brier Hill, moved to New York City and wound up in Las Vegas, where he worked with every big name from the late ’50s through the... Read more
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Artvoice
The Wings of SongSoprano Emily Helenbrook just started her senior year at the Eastman School of
The Wings of Song
Artvoice / Posted yesterday
Soprano Emily Helenbrook just started her senior year at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, but she will make a welcome return to the Friends of Vienna to open their 40th Anniversary Season on Sunday, September 13 at 3:30pm in the Unity... Read more
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DNA Info
Are You Related to This Violinist? If So, You Could Be a MillionaireNEW YORK CITY — Does your family lore include a long-lost cousin who played vio
Are You Related to This Violinist? If So, You Could Be a Millionaire
DNA Info / Posted 2 days ago
NEW YORK CITY — Does your family lore include a long-lost cousin who played violin for the New York Philharmonic and toured Europe with Glen Miller? At family reunions, does a little-known dead uncle who worked for Louis Armstrong come up? How... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Best cruise destinations to experience culture: Latest trends in cruisingPainting classes, jazz concerts, tea ceremonies. Culture is an important part o
Best cruise destinations to experience culture: Latest trends in cruising
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
Painting classes, jazz concerts, tea ceremonies. Culture is an important part of travel, and cruises are no exception. Ever since young aristocrats set off on the Grand Tour, culture and education have remained at the core of many a journey. In the... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
Oakland Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
The Fremont Argus / Posted 6 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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The Daily Review
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
The Daily Review / Posted 6 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
Inside Bay Area / Posted 7 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Concert raises funds for victims of Rock Creek wildfireA concert on Friday, Aug. 28 in Abbotsford raises funds for people affected by
Concert raises funds for victims of Rock Creek wildfire
Abbotsford News / Posted 8 days ago
A concert on Friday, Aug. 28 in Abbotsford raises funds for people affected by the Rock Creek wildfire. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Bakerview Church, 2285 Clearbrook Rd., and is held in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The event features... Read more
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BC Local News
Concert raises funds for victims of Rock Creek wildfireA concert on Friday, Aug. 28 in Abbotsford raises funds for people affected by
Concert raises funds for victims of Rock Creek wildfire
BC Local News / Posted 8 days ago
A concert on Friday, Aug. 28 in Abbotsford raises funds for people affected by the Rock Creek wildfire. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Bakerview Church, 2285 Clearbrook Rd., and is held in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The event features... Read more
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The News & Observer
Paperhand Puppet Intervention returns with ‘Drop in the Bucket’ | News & Observer August 10, 2015 The Paperhand Puppet Intervention return
Paperhand Puppet Intervention returns with ‘Drop in the Bucket’
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
| News & Observer August 10, 2015 The Paperhand Puppet Intervention returns to Forest Theater for 16th summer... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Chautauqua Opera Company Appoints New Artistic DirectorIn this capacity, Osgood will also serve as an advocate for the company and the
Chautauqua Opera Company Appoints New Artistic Director
The Post-Journal / Posted 20 days ago
In this capacity, Osgood will also serve as an advocate for the company and the classical arts within and beyond the Chautauqua community. Osgood, who has served as guest conductor at Chautauqua many times, succeeds Jay Lesenger, who announced in... Read more
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Business Wire
Cost Plus World Market® Grand Opens Its First New York City LocationAlready well known for its broad and unique assortment of home goods, including
Cost Plus World Market® Grand Opens Its First New York City Location
Business Wire / Posted 22 days ago
Already well known for its broad and unique assortment of home goods, including furniture, textiles, ceramics and glassware, home décor, jewelry and accessories and global food and wines in its other 260-plus stores across the U.S., the new Chelsea... Read more
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Bennington Banner
World-renowed pianist to perform at Carriage BarnNORTH BENNINGTON >> Internationally recognized pianist Jeremy Denk will p
World-renowed pianist to perform at Carriage Barn
Bennington Banner / Posted 27 days ago
NORTH BENNINGTON >> Internationally recognized pianist Jeremy Denk will perform in the final installation of the Park McCullough House's summer concert series on Sunday, Aug. 16. The concert will take place in the Carriage Barn, located behind... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Tim Evanicki performs in Winter Park Playhouse cabaret seriesTim Evanicki takes the stage with his cabaret "Cheaper Than Therapy" at Winter
Tim Evanicki performs in Winter Park Playhouse cabaret series
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
Tim Evanicki takes the stage with his cabaret "Cheaper Than Therapy" at Winter Park Playhouse on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 12-13. He's the next performer in the Playhouse's Spotlight Cabaret Series. Unable to afford an actual therapist, the... Read more
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The Columbian
Spotlight on youthScholarships LA SALLE CATHOLIC COLLEGE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL Tegan Stuart o
Spotlight on youth
The Columbian / Posted 29 days ago
Scholarships LA SALLE CATHOLIC COLLEGE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL Tegan Stuart of Vancouver, daughter of Jon and Sharman Stuart of Vancouver, is a 2015 graduate of La Salle Catholic College Preparatory High School in Milwaukie, Ore. She plans to... Read more
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The Post-Journal
David West Read’s ‘Afterlove’ Continues At Chautauqua Theater CompanyPerformances are at 8 p.m. tonight, 6 p.m. Thursday and 4 p.m. Friday. Directe
David West Read’s ‘Afterlove’ Continues At Chautauqua Theater Company
The Post-Journal / Posted 30 days ago
Performances are at 8 p.m. tonight, 6 p.m. Thursday and 4 p.m. Friday. Directed by Andrew Borba, associate artistic director, the cast of "Afterlove" features guest artists Charlie Semine (CTC 2005 Conservatory alum; multiple television credits... Read more
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FOX 11 News Los Angeles
Patrick Heusinger & Jake Shears Star In Martin Sherman's 'Bent'When the play ‘Bent’ opened in 1979, not a lot was known about the persecution
Patrick Heusinger & Jake Shears Star In Martin Sherman's 'Bent'
FOX 11 News Los Angeles / Posted 30 days ago
When the play ‘Bent’ opened in 1979, not a lot was known about the persecution of gays by the Nazis. The play was written by Martin Sherman and takes place during and after what was called "The Night Of Long Knives", which referred to a series of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Rock round-up: musical memoirs with original angles New books by Steve Conway, on Radio Caroline, Stuart David, on Belle and Seba
Rock round-up: musical memoirs with original angles
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
New books by Steve Conway, on Radio Caroline, Stuart David, on Belle and Sebastian, Wyndham Wallace, on Lee Hazlewood, and Philip Glass, on his life in the musical avant-garde Every boy dreams of... Read more

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