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David vs. Goliath
Bolaris penned a very gracious goodbye in a column published Tuesday. Veteran newsman makes hall of fame Speaking of newscasters, CBS 3 news anchor Ukee Washington has been inducted into the...
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Nellie McKay is stuck in '60s, in a good way
In recording an album full of '60s songs, from the Beatles' "If I Fell" to the Cyrkle's "Red Rubber Ball," singer Nellie McKay discovered two important truths. First: Ha ha, drugs! "The stoner songs...
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Montreal Jazz Festival Unveils Indoor Programming...
This year's prestigious Invitation Series, offering artists the opportunity to perform in various constellations over the course of three consecutive nights, includes renowned South African pianist...
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Planit 10: Things to do April 23 to April 30
WHEN: 8 a.m. April 26 WHERE: McHenry County College, 8900 Route 14, Crystal Lake COST & INFO: The 5K walk/run allows race participants to designate which charity serving McHenry County will receive...
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McHenry County College
In the Mood
In 1956 my dad, who worked in a department store, took 50 cents of his lunch money to the record store each week, applying it to the tab on his layaway treasure: a five-LP boxed set titled Glenn...
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In the mood
Visitors flock to bid farewell to Edith Macefield...
Visitors travel thousands of miles to bid farewell to the real-life 'Up' house which now faces demolition by developers - years after its elderly owner refused $1million to move out of her beloved...
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Early discs could only play one cut per side, so these writers learned to compose to an AABA form (two choruses, the bridge, then another chorus, each eight bars long), benefiting from that discipline...
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Get 'In the Mood' in Mesa
Hop aboard the “Chattanooga Choo Choo” and you’ll soon be “In the Mood” to hear some great musicians “Sing, Sing, Sing.” Much more than just a concert, “In the Mood” is a fully staged tribute to Glenn...
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‘Ultimate Sinatra’ 4-CD Collection
... adore records. I’d rather do that than almost anything else.” Even if Frank Sinatra had never said that, we might have guessed how much he loved recording from the sheer quantity of albums and...
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All or Nothing at All
Fly Me To the Moon
All of Me
The real story behind Ballard's 'anti-development...
Edith Macefield's house, dwarfed by the Ballard Blocks. Credit: Flickr user Ryan Driving across the Ballard Bridge last week, I noticed the door to the boarded-up Macefield House was open. Intrigued,...
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Ol’ Blue Eyes still sparkles, a century later
Frank Sinatra (courtesy of the Sinatra family collection/courtesy of the Sinatra family collection) Of the dirt, there is plenty. Sinatra was lousy to his first wife, Nancy, publicly cavorting with...
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Frank Sinatra's confidante, Charlie Pignone: 'Nob...
Forty-eight-year-old Charlie Pignone has something of the matinee idol about him. Handsome, suave and charming, he could so easily have his own swooning fan-base but, instead, he has built a career...
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'Sinatra: All or Nothing at All' a sympathetic lo...
Frank Sinatra, a singer from Hoboken, N.J., is the subject of "Sinatra: All or Nothing at All," a four-hour documentary airing in two parts Sunday and Monday on HBO. Fair enough. Among the ranks of...
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