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  • Community news: South Shore Orchestra features Beethovan

    South Shore Orchestra features Beethoven The South Shore Orchestra will perform the music of Beethoven and Hovhaness for its Opening Night Gala concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 5, at Memorial Opera House, 104 Indiana Ave., Valparaiso. The program...
  • HSO Holds Ovation-Worthy "Bravo" Gala Celebration

    HSO Holds Ovation-Worthy "Bravo" Gala Celebration
    You knew it was going to be a "standing ovation" kind of night Saturday as soon as you walked into the ballroom at the CT Convention Center in Hartford. Dimmed lights, inviting flower-and-linen tablescapes and the HSO tuning-up to provide some...
  • American Wind Symphony Orchestra to tour W.Va. this summer

    An orchestra that uses a barge as its floating home plans a concert tour of West Virginia this summer. The Herald-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1PRlTc0) reports the Pittsburgh-based American Wind Symphony Orchestra will perform in Huntington on June 18. The...
  • Hail and farewell, Ars Viva Symphony

    Hail and farewell, Ars Viva Symphony
    With Alan Heatherington about to trade his musical ministry for a religious ministry, it seemed appropriate that Ars Viva, the midsized symphony orchestra he founded in 1995 and built into one of the area's finest, should play its very last concert to a...
  • Painting demo ends art society's season

    Painting demo ends art society's season
    Local artist Laurie Snow Hein's demonstration signaled the finale of The Wellington Art Society's season May 13 at the Bootz Culture Camp in Royal Palm Beach. "We try always to have a demo. It brings people in and it introduces people to new mediums...
  • Saturday: 'Harold and the Purple Crayon' at Miller Symphony Hall

    Saturday: 'Harold and the Purple Crayon' at Miller Symphony Hall
    The national tour of "Harold and the Purple Crayon" comes to Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall on Saturday, May 16. "One evening, after thinking it over for some time, Harold decided to go for a walk in the moonlight." So begins "Harold and the Purple...
  • New summer attractions: coasters, pop culture rides and Orlando Eye

    New summer attractions: coasters, pop culture rides and Orlando Eye
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A dark, submarine-inspired thrill ride in California and swank new offerings at Downtown Disney all top the summer's must-do list for theme park and amusement fans. For those who want even more extreme summer adventures, a...
  • 'Fair trade' coffee pioneer continues to expand on sustainable, transparent practices

    DURHAM, N.C. When Counter Culture Coffee co-founder Brett Smith was in business school, he would laugh when entrepreneurs talked about vision statements. "We always viewed it as sort of touchy feely," Smith said, "and we didn't think that was really what...
  • My Time: Annapolis Evangelical Lutheran Church hosts an orchestra of flutes

    My Time: Annapolis Evangelical Lutheran Church hosts an orchestra of flutes
    As part of its Sunday worship service, the Annapolis Evangelical Lutheran Church hosted the Chesapeake Flute Consort and the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Flute Ensemble on April 19. The "Orchestra of 30 Flutes" is made up of area middle school, high school...
  • San Francisco Symphony interprets John Cage, with great results

     San Francisco Symphony interprets John Cage, with great results
    In "Lecture on Nothing," John Cage compared a piece of music to a glass of milk. "We need the glass," he wrote, "and we need the milk." At the invitation of the San Francisco Symphony on Saturday night, actor Tim Robbins read those lines with an...
  • Suburban senior day cares cater to dramatic ethnic population growth

     Suburban senior day cares cater to dramatic ethnic population growth
    Each weekday, in an unremarkable office park in suburban Wheeling, a 13,500-square-foot space transforms into a bustling celebration of Eastern European countries. In one room, elderly Russian men holding cue sticks circle billiards tables in search...