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  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Feb. 25 at 9:30 a.m. Campus Tours Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Learn about the programs provided by Ruth and Norman Rales Jewish Family Services, see the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center and visit Donna Klein...
  • Expose your baby to culture with these fun outings

    Expose your baby to culture with these fun outings
    When you hear howling winds and struggle with mittens that won’t stay on chubby little hands, your instinct may be to stay inside with your baby as much as possible this winter. But, early childhood experts say, there are important reasons not to...
  • Diversity in children's books grew (some) last year

    More children's books featured African-Americans last year, but it may be too early to applaud any real change in publishing. The number of books written by or about African-Americans almost doubled last year to 179, according to the Cooperative...
  • Culture association headquarters moving to NIU

    The Association for Black Culture Centers will move its headquarters to Northern Illinois University's DeKalb campus this July. University officials say the transition is expected to take up to two years. The association is moving from its current...
  • L.A. Phil lays out its 2015-16 season at Disney Hall

     L.A. Phil lays out its 2015-16 season at Disney Hall
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic and conductor Gustavo Dudamel will start their 2015-16 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall by rolling over Beethoven's symphonic oeuvre as thoroughly and massively as Chuck Berry or anyone else could wish. The "Immortal...
  • Jewish heirs sue Germany in US over medieval art treasure

    The heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers say they have filed a lawsuit in the U.S. suing Germany and a German museum for the return of a medieval treasure trove worth an estimated $226 million. The suit, which attorneys said was filed late Monday in...
  • Evening of jazz benefits Lake Forest Symphony

    Evening of jazz benefits Lake Forest Symphony
    Hot Jazz on a Cold Night Benefiting: Lake Forest Symphony educational initiatives Location: Onwentsia Club in Lake Forest Date: Feb. 7 Attended: 125 Raised: $60,000 Chairs: Annette Carroll of Lake Forest and Linda Neumann of Lake Bluff...
  • Glenbrook Orchestra learns from CSO's Riccardo Muti

    A senior at Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook, Ki-Deok Park has been listening to recordings of the Chicago Symphony for years. He's also well aware of the symphony's esteemed music director and conductor, Riccardo Muti, whom Park recently met....
  • It wasn't just trumpet playing that made Clark Terry great

    It wasn't just trumpet playing that made Clark Terry great
    The last time I talked to trumpeter Clark Terry, a few months ago, he was exultant about the critical acclaim being lavished on the documentary "Keep on Keepin' On," which poetically chronicled his biography and his mentoring of the blind young pianist...
  • On the Town: Music competition honors young finalists

    On the Town: Music competition honors young finalists
    Established in 2001 by violinist, conductor and teacher Noumi Fischer and his wife, fellow violinist and teacher, Audre Hennings Fischer, the Hennings-Fischer Foundation perpetuates the goals of musical tradition and excellence. Judged by a panel of...
  • Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra hosts dueling violinists

    Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra hosts dueling violinists
    "Please tell the audience there will be no blood or violence," said Ilya Kaler, one of the two musicians who are taking part Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra's "Dueling Violins" program on March 1. "But I did send him an email, warning him to wear his helmut...