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  • Moment of Friday: Cat show artist Rhonda Lieberman is a fan of cat ballet

    Moment of Friday: Cat show artist Rhonda Lieberman is a fan of cat ballet
    For roughly 15 years, artist and writer Rhonda Lieberman says she has wanted to do a gallery installation that involved cats. But for roughly 15 years, she couldn't find a taker. "Galleries," she says, "are not wild about hosting rescue cats." But...
  • REVIEW: Justin Timberlake at Philly's Wells Fargo Center shows he's one for the ages

    REVIEW: Justin Timberlake at Philly's Wells Fargo Center shows he's one for the ages
    If you didn’t see Justin Timberlake at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday, don’t worry. He’ll be back. For years to come. The concert left little doubt that Timberlake is a performer for the ages: someone who...
  • Ballet dads do fancy fatherly footwork

    Ballet dads do fancy fatherly footwork
    The stern ballet master looked around the mirrored room and clapped his hands. "Places everyone!" commanded Steven Inskeep. Toddlers dressed in pink leotards scurried toward a back wall. One made faces in the mirror while others chatted about hair...
  • Holiday events worth the drive to Washington, D.C.

    Holiday events worth the drive to Washington, D.C.
    Though it's hard to beat Baltimore for holiday cheer, that suburb to the south — also known as the District of Columbia — puts its own distinctive spin on the season. Below are a few activities in the nation's capital that are worth checking...
  • Woody's Wharf to appellate court: Shall we dance?

    Woody's Wharf to appellate court: Shall we dance?
    A lawsuit between Newport Beach and a popular restaurant will head back to court Friday. The issue of whether patrons can dance late into the night at Woody's Wharf ended up in court last year after the City Council denied permits needed by the...
  • Cubans imagine new, more prosperous life without an old foe

    Cubans imagine new, more prosperous life without an old foe
    From bus drivers to bartenders to ballet dancers, many Cubans are already imagining a more prosperous future after the United States said it will put an end to 50 years of conflict with the communist-run island. News of the historic shift echoed quickly...
  • Women's Board of Joffrey Ballet hosts Nutcracker Family Dinner

     Women's Board of Joffrey Ballet hosts Nutcracker Family Dinner
    The Women's Board of The Joffrey Ballet presented its 17th annual Nutcracker Family Dinner at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel on Dec. 7. More than 450 guests enjoyed an afternoon that included a performance of Robert Joffrey's holiday favorite, "The...
  • Music boxed sets for the perfect holiday gift

    It's stick-a-big-package-under-the-tree season, and for those who would like to give the gift of music with something more tangible than an iTunes gift card or Spotify subscription, boxed sets conveniently proliferate. The musical bounty includes hefty...
  • REVIEW: 'Newsies' at the Oriental Theatre

    REVIEW: 'Newsies' at the Oriental Theatre
    Ugly, groggy-eyed and not unlike a low-rent Tony Soprano, I headed to my stoop for my Sunday Tribune. My early-morning eyes landed on an envelope for my very loyal carrier's holiday tip. Excellent timing, Andre! I had the Newsies ringing in my ears. All...
  • Ringing In 2015: New Year's Eve Dining In CT

    Ringing In 2015: New Year's Eve Dining In CT
    It's the final meal you'll enjoy in 2014, so why not treat yourself? Connecticut restaurants are pulling out all the stops for lavish New Year's Eve dining and entertainment, with champagne, premium steaks, lobster and dancing. You can even make an...
  • Stephen Sondheim, Rob Marshall and Meryl Streep on 'Into the Woods'

    Stephen Sondheim, Rob Marshall and Meryl Streep on 'Into the Woods'
    Twenty-seven years after it first premiered on Broadway, composer Stephen Sondheim and librettist James Lapine's subversive, fairy-tale-based musical "Into the Woods" comes to the screen Dec. 25 under the direction of "Chicago's" Rob Marshall and with a...