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áThe Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra will present a concert titled "The Virtuoso Orchestra" at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at the First Congregational Church of Charlevoix and at 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 10, at the First Presbyterian Church of Harbor...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Lakes and Ponds, Arts and Culture, Culture
L.A. NOWCal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander has been recommended to become the next president of Louisiana State University, Long Beach officials announced Tuesday. A presidential search committee presented the recommendation this week to the LSU...
Kay Alden Nelson's big break into daytime television sounds like a plot out of one of her soap opera scripts. "I was doing a dissertation for my Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin at Madison on how daytime television serials can be used as mediators...
Wayne Gretzky is long gone from the Kings and long retired from the NHL, but the impact of his presence in Los Angeles is being felt more strongly than ever in the increasing success of youth hockey players who were born and trained in Southern...
Busted! Test-based teacher-evaluation program fingers the worst 8th grade math teacher in New York City (but don't worry, she's gone now)Change of SubjectEducation Week tells us about Carolyn Abbott: Her score on the Teacher Data Report, the New York City Department of Education’s effort to isolate a teacher’s contribution to her students’ performance on New York State’s math and...
Staff WriterResearchers, scientists and agricultural business representatives evaluated a carrot crop at the University of California Desert Research Extension Center in El Centro on Tuesday. Just like sommeliers rate wines by flavor and color, discerning tasters...
In 1972, Jim Reynolds was less than two months shy of graduating from Chicago Vocational High School, with plans of becoming a television repairman. Raised in Englewood on the city's South Side, he had been studying the trade for two years when his...
The Washington County Arts Council has announced its April exhibits, including “A Maryland Decade by Patrick Hiatt” and “The Eye Test 2: Photographs by Benita Keller’s Advanced Photography Class Hagerstown Community College.”...
Tags: Photography, Times Square, Arts and Culture, Arts, Artists
A recently published study led by U.S. government climate researchers predicts warming global temperatures will mean more moisture in the air, and thus heavier precipitation extremes. The research, reported in the peer-reviewed academic journal...
The Hartford CourantJoy Ladin has carved out a unique niche for herself. "I specialize in being an anomaly," Ladin said. "I'm the Wandering Trans-Jew." Ladin once was Jay Ladin, a husband and father who was miserable in his own skin. Ladin has since left that life behind...
Tags: Judaism, Entertainment, Religion and Belief, Easter, Movies
Reprinted with permission from the Tri State Neighbor By Bruce Falk Editor, Tri State Neighbor VERMILLION - The South Dakota Law Review 2013 Symposium merged the worlds of law and agriculture March 15, bringing together thinkers from both fields...
Is Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art all-in when it comes to its own independence? The question arises from a recent comment by museum director Jeffrey Deitch in the New York Post. MOCA this week announced the launch of "MOCA Independence,...
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