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2015/04/24 09:19
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The University Musical Society - a performing arts presenter housed at the University of Michigan - has just announced its complete 2015-16 season, which runs from September 11, 2015 to Saturday,...
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2015/04/23 00:07
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... for the good or for the bad – making all the difference in the world for competitors at the International Powerlifting Federation championships. McIntyre and Ukranetz are among the more 1,000...
2015/04/22 21:43
2015/04/22 21:43
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... she came fifth (under-12) in Irish Dancing World Championships, held in Montreal, Canada. It was no mean feat for Hannah, of Bradgate Close, Sandiacre, as there were 3,500...
2015/04/21 00:18
2015/04/21 00:18
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... and England was soon to suffer its worst winter in more than 100 years. However, glimmers of light could be found. Near the markets of Covent Garden, something remarkable was happening. The...
2015/04/17 16:13
2015/04/17 16:13
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Serena Williams could understandably be excused if she didn't like the slow, red clay courts of Europe.More >> Having learned to play on rock-hard cement in Compton, California, Serena...
2015/04/17 14:47
2015/04/17 14:47
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A Syrian rebel plays football in the Saif al-Dawlah neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria, Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. The United Nations estimated Wednesday that more than 60,000 people have been killed in...
2015/04/17 05:26
2015/04/17 05:26
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... “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and a “Winter’s Tale,” for England’s Royal Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada, but he has worked for just about every major ballet company in the world,...
2015/04/10 19:19
2015/04/10 19:19
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It was his “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” created in 2011 for the Royal Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada, that sealed his Broadway fate. Stuart Oken, one of the “American in...
2015/04/10 04:26
2015/04/10 04:26
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... Broadway stage once more when it opens next week, April 16 at The Vivian Beaumont Theater of the Lincoln Center. Previews have been ongoing for about a month now, and we were lucky enough...
2015/04/07 16:41
2015/04/07 16:41
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... return to London’s West End to reprise his role as Randle P. McMurphy in the stage version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The production, which originally opened in August 2004 at the...
2015/04/04 06:48
2015/04/04 06:48
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Scholarship as well as an entrance scholarship to study biomedical sciences at the University of Ottawa. Philanthropist Seymour Schulich established the scholarship in 2012 to recognize...
2015/04/03 07:58
2015/04/03 07:58
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... hockey and politics -- about patriotism and teammates -- that fills in the other side of a story that most Americans, even those who aren't particularly interested in sports, are at...
2015/04/02 17:56
2015/04/02 17:56
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... as the Soviet hockey enterprise developed into something akin to another branch of the Russian military. Laying belly-down on the carpet, he was transfixed by these seemingly...
2015/04/02 05:48
2015/04/02 05:48
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Leader Scholarship and entrance scholarship to study biomedical sciences at the University of Ottawa. Philanthropist Seymour Schulich established the scholarship in 2012 to recognize...
2015/03/28 04:07
2015/03/28 04:07
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University has been holding master classes and noon-hour concerts, featuring high stature, local, national and international artists, for the benefit of its music students and all others who may be...
2015/03/27 08:34
2015/03/27 08:34
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... curiouser and curiouser. This ballet was originally commissed by the Royal Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada and premiered in February 2011. At the time it was the first full-length...
2015/04/24 09:19
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