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  • WonderCon 2015: IDW announces ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Green Lantern’ crossover

     
    What happens when universes collide? A “Star Trek” and “Green Lantern” crossover miniseries was announced Saturday during the IDW Publishing […]...
  • Profiles of those killed in the Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment

    Profiles of those killed in the Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment
    Eight people were killed in an Amtrak train derailment Tuesday night in Philadelphia. The victims include an Associated Press employee, a midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy, a Wells Fargo executive, the CEO of a technology startup, a college dean and...
  • The Short List: Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Noisem, more

    The Short List: Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Noisem, more
    WEDNESDAY: Los Angeles indie-pop singer-songwriter Colleen Green performs at the Metro Gallery with Upset, DJ Dad Weed, and Sweepstakes. New Jersey hardcore band Old Wounds play the Charm City Art Space with Go Deep, Bereave, and Earth & Stone. Boston...
  • Saturday & Sunday: Allentown Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 at Miller Symphony Hall

    Saturday & Sunday: Allentown Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 at Miller Symphony Hall
    Allentown Symphony Orchestra, accompanied by its chorus, will perform Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. Beethoven's final complete symphony, known as "The Choral," is one of the...
  • Shulamit Ran may be retiring but her music continues

     Shulamit Ran may be retiring but her music continues
    Shulamit Ran remembers very well how she came to be hired as a professor of music at the University of Chicago. It was 1973, roughly a decade after she had moved from her native Tel Aviv to New York to study composition and piano at the Mannes College...
  • 5 fun things to do in Hampton Roads this weekend

    5 fun things to do in Hampton Roads this weekend
     Looking for some fun things to do in Hampton Roads this weekend? Here's a look at some of your entertainment options. - Music fests: There are two big music festivals in the area. The inaugural Lava Festival will be in Suffolk, with Fitz and the...
  • Salonen, CSO plumb depths of Debussy's elusive score

     Salonen, CSO plumb depths of Debussy's elusive score
    You had to feel for Esa-Pekka Salonen. The dynamic Finnish conductor was preparing to lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's first-ever performances of Debussy's "Pelleas et Melisande" – already a formidable task, given the daunting demands this...
  • Virginia Arts Festival takes to the streets this spring

    Virginia Arts Festival takes to the streets this spring
    The Virginia Arts Festival has put Hampton Roads on the national map as a spring destination for arts and cultural events. In recent seasons, director Robert Cross has been working to make the annual festival more inclusive to the residents of the...
  • Guest column: The ASO's concertmaster a rising star

    Guest column: The ASO's concertmaster a rising star
    Call him Nati. Netanel Draiblate doesn't do things halfway. Only 32, he's a nationally known violin soloist, an in-demand teacher, the co-star of a new CD and a local man about town (look for him at Cantler's or Level). Mainly, though, he's the...
  • Teen of the Week: Teen hits high notes in music and science

    Teen of the Week: Teen hits high notes in music and science
    Last June, at the conclusion of the high school year, Eric Birckelbaw was voted "Most Likely to Become a Professional Musician." He certainly had all the hallmarks of being on track for a future Grammy Award: Before he learned fractions, he was...
  • The Crowd: House of Design showcases style and whimsy

    The Crowd: House of Design showcases style and whimsy
    If you ever dreamed of living in a 15,000 square foot Provencal stone villa perched on a rolling hillside surrounded by thousands of acres of open land, then a visit to the 2015 Philharmonic House of Design is a must. The home design showcase, benefiting...