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Jack Mendelson a faithful champion of classic can...
Unapologetically traditional, Cantor Jack Mendelson relishes a bit of shmaltz, and he wants others to learn to love it. Plus, he says, there’s too much “white bread” in contemporary synagogue music....
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5 things to do around Ann Arbor this weekend: Ann...
Looking for things to do this weekend? Here are some suggestions to get your planning started. Off-the-beaten-path theater offerings. Arbor Opera Theater presents Terrence McNally's "Master Class."...
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Reese Witherspoon is great in 'Wild'
Let's reminisce back to last Sunday before the big snowstorm when everybody seemed to be out, down and around Union Square. I was just strolling near my favorite bookstore, the incomparable Strand,...
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New York Harbor
On Stages: 'Master Class' at Arbor Opera Theatre,...
This week is a perfect example of why Washtenaw County continually makes top 10 lists for our quality of life, level of education, and arts and culture. From a staging by University of Michigan...
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Ildar Abdrazakov Taking the Stage at Carnegie Hall
In 2001, when bass-baritone Ildar Abdrazakov made his debut at Milan’s La Scala in a recital at the age of 25, after winning the International
Grand Prix Opera competition, he was scared....
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Vinegar and tapeworms: 14 weird diet tips from hi...
... Vinegar and water First popularised by the poet Lord Byron in the 1820s, this unpleasant method involved saturating the body with vinegar and water throughout the day. Side effects included...
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Lessons from Greece
The expected electoral victory in Greece of Syrizia, an acronym meaning “radical coalition of the Left”, had made waves across financial markets. The victory holds an important lesson for countries...
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International Monetary Fund
Pacino leaves memorable impression at Academy bash
Saturday night, the 74-year-old actor charmed. "I mean, really, this is different," confessed Pacino to the crowd. But then he spoke movingly about the first time he heard a great orchestra live -...
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The Age of Innocence
Reclaiming Bel Canto
Filled with vocal pyrotechnics, infectious melodies, and riveting drama, bel canto operas like Rossini�s The Barber of Seville have delighted audiences for more than 200 years. Though artists and...
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The Barber of Seville
On 'Vulnicura,' Bjork is heavy and at her most pe...
In the opening measures of Björk's new album, "Vulnicura," the Icelandic artist offers a direct statement of purpose, one involving personal upheaval she describes as "a juxtapositioning fate."...
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Make it a Date
Make it a Date This week’s essential entertainment guide LIVE MUSIC Back Bar, High Street - call 01934 621370. Dec 3: OUT ‘N’ RUNNING. Dec 4: ZUMA. The Raglan Arms, Upper Church Road - call 01934...
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Hilton Paris Opera Opens Its Doors Following $50m...
Hilton Paris Opera Opens Its Doors Following $50m Renovation Hilton Hotels & Resorts today announces that Hilton Paris Opera has officially opened, unveiling a chic and contemporary new look,...
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Deborah Voigt, ‘Call Me Debbie: True Confessions ...
Call Me Debbie: True Confessions of a Down-To-Earth Diva By Deborah Voigt Harper Collins 288 pages ($27.99) By Mary Kunz Goldman News Classical Music Critic Deborah Voigt’s life has unfolded...
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London’s Royal Opera House
D.C. theater’s ‘La Sonnambula’ finds its footing ...
Joseph Haughton as Elvino makes a shocking discovery, as Lisa (Kimberly Christy) watches, in The In Series production of Bellini’s “La Sonnambula.” (Angelisa Gillyard/Angelisa Gillyard) Set your...
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Streep's voice casts a spell
Meryl Streep was nominated for a Golden Globe for best supporting actress as the witch in Into the Woods. Photo / AP Meryl Streep sings. Her fans know this. Meryl Streep sang in Postcards From the...
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Into The Woods
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