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  • Dance Companies Join HSO For 'Sleeping Beauty,' 'Danse Macabre'

    Dance Companies Join HSO For 'Sleeping Beauty,' 'Danse Macabre'
    Two Connecticut dance companies join the Hartford Symphony Orchestra for four performances that run April 9 to 12: Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty" and Saint-Saƫns' eerie "Danse Macabre." Two Connecticut dance companies join the Hartford Symphony...
  • Gustavo Dudamel 'very happy' with decision to stay in L.A.

    Gustavo Dudamel 'very happy' with decision to stay in L.A.
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic arrived Friday needing its spirits lifted. The flight from Seoul, the last leg of an Asia tour that began in Hong Kong a week earlier, was delayed. The bus ride from Narita airport to the Tokyo hotel meant a couple of more...
  • Glen Burnie West: Local churches busy with activities leading up to Easter

    Glen Burnie West: Local churches busy with activities leading up to Easter
    The focus at most Glen Burnie churches this week is on special Holy Week services. Services and activities planned through the weekend follow. Easter Sunday listings are listed elsewhere in today's publication: •Ferndale United Methodist Church...
  • Greater New Haven Spring Arts Preview

    Greater New Haven Spring Arts Preview
    We have been waiting way too long for spring this year. After a winter when "going out" meant shoveling and deicing, it's time to rush to lush outdoor pastures and bask in the warmth. Several big annual outdoor festivals are happy to oblige you. The May...
  • Top Billing: Annapolis Film Festival continues through Sunday

    Top Billing: Annapolis Film Festival continues through Sunday
    The third annual Annapolis Film Festival opened last night and it continues today through Sunday. Screeners sifted through roughly 420 films before choosing the 70 that will be shown at the festival, which will be held at Key Auditorium at St. John's...
  • Coming Up: County Farmers Market opens April 4

    County Farmers Market opens April 4 The Anne Arundel County Farmers Market will open for the season on April 4 at the pavilion at the intersection of Riva Road at Harry S Truman Parkway near Parole. It will continue every Saturday from 7 a.m. to...
  • Michigan Avenue south of river coming into its own

    Michigan Avenue south of river coming into its own
    Michigan Avenue south of the river, long an afterthought to glitzy Magnificent Mile, has been buzzing with construction as new apartments, hotels and restaurants start to pour into a corridor previously dominated by souvenir and sports fan shops. "I...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, March 29 Amazon hero Join Hopework and Friends as they discuss Wonder Woman, one of the most popular superheroes of all time, at 2:30 p.m. at Victoria Gastro Pub, 8201 Snowden River Parkway in Columbia. Information: 410-750-1880. Monday, March...
  • Schuh fund gave $184K to nonprofits

    Schuh fund gave $184K to nonprofits
    Spending thousands of dollars of his own money while running for county executive didn't bring Steve Schuh's charitable giving to a halt last year. During the months leading up to the 2014 election, he gave away over $184,000. Checks went to a variety...
  • Allentown JazzFest pairs with downtown developer to expand to 16 acts over six days

    The inaugural Allentown JazzFest has become a six-day event that will feature 16 performances in late April and early May at nine downtown locations — many of them free, organizers announced Friday. What started as a three-day festival at...
  • Heritage Blues Orchestra's Bill Sims: Band is keeping alive blues' roots, ties to other music

    Heritage Blues Orchestra's Bill Sims: Band is keeping alive blues' roots, ties to other music
    If Heritage Blues Orchestra’s Grammy-nominated debut album “And Still I Rise” sounds decidedly different from most popular blues music today — a raw and rough throwback to Deep South field-workers chants and seminal gospel chants...