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  • Six spooky destinations with a dark side

    Six spooky destinations with a dark side
    Article Highlights: - Explore underground streets in Edinburgh, Scotland, with Dark Truth Tours - Make a stop in New Orleans for a primer on all things voodoo - Visit Sleepy Hollow for a look at the origins of that chilling legend The "official"...
  • Chicago Humanities Festival: Let freedom swing

    Chicago Humanities Festival: Let freedom swing
    How fitting that a festival exploring a theme as vast as "America" should be playing stages across Chicago next month. For no art form reflects the fundamentals of the American experiment more urgently than jazz, and no city has contributed more to the...
  • Hurricane Sandy Delays Flights In New Orleans

    Hurricane Sandy Delays Flights In New Orleans
    Although New Orleans is not in the path of Hurricane Sandy, the effects are still being felt. Hundreds of passengers at Louis Armstrong International Airport are making alternate plans.As hurricane Sandy packs a punch on the east coast, the impact is felt...
  • 'Hello, Dolly,' hello, workload

    'Hello, Dolly,' hello, workload
    A matchmaker meets her biggest challenge in "Hello, Dolly!," the latest production taken on by Laguna Beach High School's Park Avenue Players that opens this weekend. The play, which takes place at the turn of the century in New York, first debuted in...
  • The Whifffenpoofs Sing for Cynthia Nixon on Friday at first Yale Artists for Equality Concert

    To some, the Whiffenpoofs might represent some fantasy of Yale—quaffing ale in harmony at Mory’s, pining for the days when the college was all male and students wore tuxedos instead of denim. Oh, they dress well and sing like angels. But The...
  • Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra announces 2013-14 season

     Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra announces 2013-14 season
    An Orlando Ballet collaboration, tributes to Elton John and Louis Armstrong, beloved Rossini opera "The Barber of Seville" and performances by Eatonville-boy-turned-Broadway-star Norm Lewis and pianist Jon Kimura Parker are among the highlights of the...
  • On Faith: Rosh Hashanah a time to renew hope

    Hope has been in short supply lately — the murder of a diplomat in Libya, the ongoing savagery in Syria, Iran's apparent march toward nuclear weaponry, Midwest drought, climate change, the pain of the unemployed — the list is long. In the...
  • New Play at Long Wharf Theatre's Stage II Explores the Life of Louis Armstrong

    New Play at Long Wharf Theatre's Stage II Explores the Life of Louis Armstrong
    The Long Wharf Theatre explores the life of jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong with the opening of Satchmo at the Waldorf, and the start of the theatre's 2012-13 season. The play, written by Terry Teachout after he completed his biography of Armstrong...
  • Library of Congress builds the record collection of the century

    Library of Congress builds the record collection of the century
    About an hour south of Washington, D.C., deep beneath rolling hills near the verdant Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, lies a storehouse filled with bounty. At one time, during the Cold War, that treasure was cash — about $3-billion worth —...
  • Satchmo Play, Judith Ivey, World Premieres Highlight Long Wharf Theatre Season

    Satchmo Play, Judith Ivey, World Premieres Highlight Long Wharf Theatre Season
    The return of Judith Ivey, a "world premiere" work about Louis Armstrong and the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Clybourne Park" are among the shows for the 2012-13 season at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven. The 48th season opens with the new one-person...
  • Theaters On Political Wave? Not This Election in Connecticut

    With the closing of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man" last week, the most politically direct show on Broadway has left the stage. It has also got me to thinking about theater and politics during these last few weeks of a major presidential campaign. I look...
  • In the air, people are the wild card

    In the air, people are the wild card
    My father worked for the airlines in Miami for more than 30 years, in the golden age of air travel on iconic fleets such as Eastern, Pan American and TWA. So it's impossible for me to take a flight in the bargain-fare, post 9-11 era without thinking...