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The fifth annual Flights & Sounds Summer Festival at the Orange County Great Park will continue Aug. 23 with Jim Washburn's Guitar Picks. The festival's Made in America Weekend — dedicated to blues, swing and guitars — will kick off with a...
Audiences may notice a few new things in this year's production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" at South Coast Repertory, but director John-David Keller promises there are no drastic changes. "We can tweak it. We can't change it," said Keller,...
Current visitors to the Huntington Library’s Virginia Steele Scott Galleries typically walk in, look around the slightly dim rooms for less than a minute, and turn on their heels to leave. For those who invest time and attention, the current show...
Tags: Fine Artists, Painting, Landforms, Artists, Mountains
Once upon a time, Williamsburg's Grand Illumination was the Peninsula's undisputed champion of holiday crowds, pyrotechnics and merry-making. Move over, colonials. Make room for Hollydazzle. The Newport News celebration, happening Nov. 30 at City...
Sophie Dupin spent the past seven years trying to culminate a work of art from her many passions. At age 12, Dupin's parents, Leslie and Serge Dupin, brought her to Petoskey. She went on to attend Concord Academy Petoskey, a K-12 charter school with a...
Tags: NBC (tv network), Music, Charter Schools
Melanie Thurs., Nov. 1, Infiinity Music Hall, 20 Greenwoods Road West, Norfolk, (866) 666-6306, infinityhall.com I've had people make fun of me because I like Melanie. Seriously, good friends, co-workers, even in-laws have ridiculed me for...
Last May, during a conference on "Race, Gender & the Blues" at Dominican University, the master harmonica player Sugar Blue addressed the theme in an impassioned, unforgettable soliloquy. Lamenting that blues increasingly has been expropriated by white...
I am writing to you as I have just been told that my daughter and her education have fallen short, next to dogs and skateboards. Don't get me wrong, I love dogs, but I would like to think that civic leaders would care more about future taxpayers and...
VarietyMANILLA -- The Indonesian Film Producers' Assn. has chosen "Tiny Dancer," a dramatic love story set in the country's politically turbulent 1960s, as its candidate for foreign language Oscar consideration. Starring Nyoman Oka Antara and Prisia Nasution,...
**1/2 (out of four) There was something about “Call Me Maybe,” as it slowly crept its way to universally beloved hit status, that made people assume its singer Carly Rae Jepsen was destined for the dreaded ranks of one-hit wonders. Whether it...
Tags: Robyn, Music, Katy Perry, Owl City (music group)
Dweezil Zappa chose some of the more dance-friendly tracks from his father's catalogue -- "Apostrophe," "City of Tiny Lights," "Trouble Every Day, others -- and we appreciated it. He toggled between a nasty guitar tone and a bunch of others, a MIDI-ish...
Tags: Dweezil Zappa
Lehigh Valley MusicWho would have thought that after all the infighting, abandoned albums and tours, drug rehabs, health problems and distractions of having a lead singer who’s a judge on “American Idol,” Aerosmith had a hope of making any comeback at all?...
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