More than 200 dancers, choreographers, nutritionists and physical therapists are expected at the Marriott Hotel at BWI Airport this weekend for a convention on dance medicine. The International Association for Dance Medicine and Science, founded last June in Spain, will sponsor the convention as well as seminars on dance injury assessment, self-esteem of the ballet dancer and nutritional concerns of the dancers. Registration is open to the public. Call 539-1344 for more information.
Veteran CBS newsman Harry Reasoner was in intensive care at a Connecticut hospital yesterday after doctors removed a blood clot from his brain, according to a CBS spokesman. Reasoner, who retired from "60 Minutes" on May 19, also is suffering from pneumonia, according to Roy Brunett, a spokesman for the show.
Symphony, the magazine of the American Symphony Orchestra League, has named Anne E. Greenberg, board member and past president of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, as one of seven "Heroes of the Board" for having "shaped their orchestra's path to success." In a profile, Greenberg said when she joined the board she realized "Annapolitans were hungry for a lot more than we were giving them." She was credited with helping change the group from a "mom and pop symphony" to a more efficient, business-like operation. With new members, the board has sold out all its Saturday night concerts and has gone from a budget of $162,000 in 1987 to more than $400,000.