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Sun StaffMARLBORO, Vt. -- As violin and woodwind music swells behind her, Hyunah Yu, one of America's fastest-rising classical vocalists, sits in a simple chair at the front of the stage, small hands folded as if in prayer. It's the 35th New England Bach Festival,...
Tags: Boeing Co., Biology, Music Theater, Prosecution, Children
Sun National StaffHis audience was the Pentagon press corps, gathered yesterday afternoon in a briefing room for an update on the war, but the people Gen. Richard B. Myers was really speaking to were on the other side of the globe. "To the commanders and soldiers of the...
Orlando SentinelThis was the year that the Grammy Awards finally had a chance to be hip, if CBS could just keep everyone's wardrobe in place. In retrospect, keeping Vince Gill, Dave Matthews, Sting and Pharrell Williams from imitating the Beatles would have been a...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WritersFor three holiday seasons, record executives say, Internet piracy has been the Grinch of the music business, undercutting album sales and labels' year-end profits. So how did the labels open the biggest music-buying period of the year? By shipping an...
Sun Music CriticThese days, albums tend to make the biggest splash on the Billboard charts in their first week of release. But that hasn't been the case for Baltimore R&B singer Sisqo, whose debut album, "Unleash the Dragon," leaps up to No. 9 on the Billboard Top 200...
Our Town CorrespondentAn electrifying performance is coming the Richland Performing Arts Center stage. “Electrify Your Strings!” is bringing to town a world-renowned electric violinist who is also an original member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Mark Wood,...
If "American Idol" doesn't crown a female winner this year, it'll be a full-on crime. The women in the running are just so much better than the men. That couldn't have been clearer on Wednesday night, when the top 10 paid homage to past "Idol" winners...
Tags: Roy Orbison, Keith Urban, Lee DeWyze, Music, Nicki Minaj
From Inside the BoxSinging Celine Dion's "I Surrender" (originally performed by Kelly Clarkson on "Idol"), Angie Miller rocked the song and wowed the "American Idol" judges in the first week of live competition....
People in Iran believe that “Argo,” which chronicled the storming of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran in 1979 and the later rescue of six Americans who escaped and hid with the Canadian ambassador, is "a propaganda attack against our nation and...
Tags: Tehran (Iran), Music, Oliver Stone, Japan, U.S. Embassy
God SquadI recently had the honor of speaking to the Fellowship of Christians and Jews in Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. Tom Hartman, my former partner on this column, and I spoke before this wonderful organization some years ago when Tommy was well. I lift up their work...
Jerry Buss may be gone, but Jerry Buss hasn't gone anywhere. Jerry Buss may have died on Feb. 18 at age 80, but Jerry Buss lives. When watching the Lakers makes you howl, when watching the NBA makes you smile, when watching anything in professional...
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