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  • Interviewing Allentown JazzFest founder Bryan Tuk: How next week's event started -- and what's ahead

    Interviewing Allentown JazzFest founder Bryan Tuk: How next week's event started -- and what's ahead
    The way Bryan Tuk sees it, Allentown’s new JazzFest could never have happened without the makeover of the city’s downtown in the past year. The new six-day, 16-performance, eight-venue celebration of America’s indigenous music form,...
  • Community News for South Windsor

    Paws in the Park SOUTH WINDSOR - The annual Paws in the Park free event will take place Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Nevers Park in South Windsor. Paws in the Park, coordinated by the South Windsor Jaycees, has plenty of attractions...
  • Bychkov, CSO make Bruckner's 80-minute journey gripping

     Bychkov, CSO make Bruckner's 80-minute journey gripping
    Basking in the burnished glow of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's performance of Anton Bruckner's monumental Eighth Symphony on Thursday night at Symphony Orchestra, one found it hard to believe this was long thought to be a problem piece. So...
  • How Lincoln Center manages the kind of programming L.A. Music Center needs

    How Lincoln Center manages the kind of programming L.A. Music Center needs
    From the day it opened, Lincoln Center, one of the world's grandest arts complexes, has struggled to get it right. That first night in 1962 in Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall and soon to be renamed after David Geffen) was not a great success....
  • Music performances in Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C.

    Music performances in Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C.
    City Annapolis Towne Centre, 1906 Towne Centre Blvd., Annapolis. 410-573-9050 •All Children's Chorus of Annapolis, time TBA Sunday. Charles Carroll House, 107 Duke of Gloucester St. 410-349-1856. •The Annapolis Chamber Players will...
  • Lincoln Park Zoo's head vet keeps an animal kingdom healthy

    Lincoln Park Zoo's head vet keeps an animal kingdom healthy
    Kathryn Gamble is at her desk, animatedly talking about one of the joys in her life: teaching. As the Dr. Lester E. Fisher Director of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Services at Lincoln Park Zoo, Gamble coordinates research, including studies by...
  • Ready for fun? Check out our annual guide to the indoor concert season

    Ready for fun? Check out our annual guide to the indoor concert season
    It's déjà vu all over again as springtime turns the landscape from two-tone to full spectrum. The season is right for a balmy walk to dinner and a great concert, but make your plans early because, as always, the early birds sit in the front rows. Here...
  • Music Box: Get ready to sing along with BoDeans at Rams Head On Stage

    Music Box: Get ready to sing along with BoDeans at Rams Head On Stage
    The BoDeans emerged from Waukesha, Wisconsin, in the mid-80s, around the same time we got to know bands such as Los Lobos, X and The Blasters. What a time that was for knock down club shows, just crazy fun and full of dancers. The BoDeans return a few...
  • Pacific Symphony shows may move to fairgrounds

    The Pacific Symphony is in talks about possibly relocating its summer series to the Orange County Fairgrounds, a move that would keep the bulk of the orchestra's concerts in Costa Mesa all year long. Since 1987, the Pacific Symphony has played most of...
  • If you build it, they will nerd: C2E2 returns to Chicago this weekend

    If you build it, they will nerd: C2E2 returns to Chicago this weekend
    Superheroes, wizards and Jedi knights of all ages will descend upon the Windy City this weekend when the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) comes to town for its fifth year. With attendance topping over 50,000 admissions in 2013, the expo...
  • Virginia International Tattoo returns to Norfolk Scope

    Virginia International Tattoo returns to Norfolk Scope
    The Virginia International Tattoo has been called many things — military band parade, fifes and drums extravaganza, bagpipers spectacle. But Scott Jackson, who produces the annual event for the Virginia Arts Festival, likes to use the metaphor of...