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  • L.A. Philharmonic's organ series opener a celebration of firsts

     L.A. Philharmonic's organ series opener a celebration of firsts
    The Happy Birthday Hurricane Mama revels officially begin later this month with the Los Angeles Philharmonic celebrations of the 10th anniversary of the Walt Disney Concert Hall organ. There will be organ and orchestra concerts conducted by Esa-Pekka...
  • South Asia's Culture Machine Set To Bring Hit Format 'What's Trending' To India

    CANNES- Culture Machine, a leading digital video company, has inked a strategic alliance with L.A.-based network What's Trending to adapt the popular U.S. format in India. Culture Machine, a certified YouTube multi-channel network, will launch a What's...
  • Supersonico Festival more like a dress rehearsal than a premiere

    Supersonico Festival more like a dress rehearsal than a premiere
    Between songs during his band Calle 13's hard, beat-heavy musical polemic as part of the inaugural Supersonico Festival in downtown Los Angeles, the Puerto Rican rapper-singer known as Residente posed a simple question. Looking to set linguistic ground...
  • Naperville may let Children's Museum apply for city grants

    Naperville may let Children's Museum apply for city grants
    The DuPage Children's Museum may be eligible for grant money from Naperville despite being bailed out by the city several years ago. City councilmen gave preliminary approval to a remove the portion of the museum's lease that prohibits it from...
  • 'We the People' brings civics lesson to students

    Students from schools across Windham County gathered at the Hyde Cultural Center in Woodstock on Oct. 8 for a lesson in civics. The fourth- through eighth-grade students were treated to "We the People," a TheaterWorks USA musical about the workings of the...
  • Man convicted in 36-year-old Williamsburg rape

    Sometimes, not following your office's standard practice — whether it be your company's or the state's — can be a good thing. Take the case of Mary Jane Burton, a former scientist at the Virginia Department of Forensic Science. We don't...
  • New York Comic Con cosplay gallery: On the scene at the pop culture expo

     
    George Clooney kicked off New York Comic Con with a surprise appearance at the pop culture expo to promote his […]...
  • IndieCade pushes gaming industry buttons by promoting alternatives

     
    THE PLAYER Gaming culture today stands at a crossroads. Games are regularly being studied and critiqued as the cultural force […]...
  • CSO reports fourth year of record sales, fundraising

    CSO reports fourth year of record sales, fundraising
    A fourth consecutive year of record-breaking ticket sales and fundraising has put the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association on solid financial footing, this despite a shortfall of roughly $1.4 million between operating expenses and revenues. The...
  • Review: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra with Cirque de la Symphonie

    Review: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra with Cirque de la Symphonie
    A new recorded preshow announcement at the Bob Carr Theater explains that the venue is now run by the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and politely reminds patrons to turn off their cell phones. Based on the flickering phone screens I...
  • Ahmad Jamal is still surprising at 84

    Ahmad Jamal is still surprising at 84
    When Ahmad Jamal sits down to work, he's not just playing the piano – he's playing the band. With a pointed finger, he cues one musician for a solo that may last but a bar or two. With two open palms, he signals a slight crescendo, then suddenly...