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  • Paco de Lucía gana el Latin Grammy al mejor álbum del año | FOTOS

    Paco de Lucía gana el Latin Grammy al mejor álbum del año | FOTOS
    El guitarrista español Paco de Lucía, fallecido en febrero de este año en México, se alzó hoy con el premio de mejor álbum del año por su disco "Canción Andaluza" en la décimo quinta edición de los Grammy Latino, una ceremonia que se está celebrando en el...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Tommy Chong eliminated; four remain

    Week 10 and we’ve just reached the semifinals in this extended “Dancing With the Stars” season. Each of the remaining five couples had to show off their interpretation skills and perform different dances to two renditions of the same...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' comes to Orlando

     'So You Think You Can Dance' comes to Orlando
    Contestants from "So You Think You Can Dance," the televised competition that has aired on the Fox network since 2005, will perform in Orlando this Saturday, Nov. 22, as part of a nationwide tour. The "So You Think You Can Dance" tour will play the Hard...
  • 'Dancing' owes huge debt to Tommy Chong

    The unlikely run of Tommy Chong helped rejuvenate "Dancing With the Stars" this season. The show needed the 76-year-old comedian because this crop of celebrities didn't seem promising at first. Yet the durable contest ends another season next week as...
  • Duchess of Alba dies at 88; free-spirited Spanish aristocrat

    Duchess of Alba dies at 88; free-spirited Spanish aristocrat
    Spain's richest and most-titled aristocrat, the flamboyant Duchess of Alba, who was once a childhood playmate of Britain's queen and went on to become one of Europe's most eccentric fashionistas, died Thursday at her home in Seville. She was 88. Her...
  • 50 things to do with the kids: Holiday edition

    "Illumination" at the Morton Arboretum You'll never be so happy that night falls early as when you're at Morton Arboretum's dazzling and inventive winter light show, which returns after last year's triumphant debut. So much more than an impressive...
  • Folk dance program comes to Babcock Library for 'Second Friday'

    On the second Friday of every month, patrons, guests and residents from surrounding towns have the opportunity to enjoy a special "Second Friday" event at the Babcock Library. Programs can range from lectures to music programs. When "Laughter Yoga" was...
  • Medusa Bringing Its Toe-Tapping Music To Middletown

    Medusa Bringing Its Toe-Tapping Music To Middletown
    Jazz music and tap dancing share a history that's easy to overlook. As big-band swing gave way to bebop after WWII, and tap strengthened its ties to certain strains of jazz, it also went off in search of newer, more fertile rhythmic terrain — rock...
  • Bill Engvall: Likeable blue collar funny man back in Easton

    Bill Engvall: Likeable blue collar funny man back in Easton
    Bill Engvall is the most successful regular guy you will ever see. After more than 30 years of doing comedy, his career is stronger than ever. He captivated fans with his turn last year on Season 17 of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." He is a...
  • Segerstrom center to be home to American Ballet Theatre school

    Young aspiring dancers will have a new opportunity to hone their skills next fall, as the Segerstrom Center for the Arts and American Ballet Theatre have announced the formation of the American Ballet Theatre William J. Gillespie School. The school, at...
  • Flamenco singer El Cigala reinvents Argentinian repertoire

    Flamenco singer El Cigala reinvents Argentinian repertoire
    The Spanish flamenco singer Diego El Cigala never had doubts about his music career. He knew he wanted to sing for a living since he dropped the soccer ball to sing in the corners of public parks in Madrid when he was a child. "I was the radio of the...