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  • 'Show Boat' keeps rollin' along in fine style in San Francisco

    "Show Boat" is a great show. But does a classic 1927 Kern and Hammerstein musical belong ensconced alongside "La Traviata" and "Madama Butterfly"? San Francisco Opera thinks so. Well, fish got to swim, birds got to fly. And someone's got to show "Show...
  • For the record

    F-35s grounded: An article in the June 27 Business section about the military's decision to temporarily ground F-35 jet fighters said the cost of the Pentagon's Joint Strike Fighter program was $400 million. The cost of the program is $400 billion. CVS...
  • More honors for Orlando Ballet School's Blake Kessler

     More honors for Orlando Ballet School's Blake Kessler
    Orlando dancer Blake Kessler, 16, has won a scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet School from the 2014 USA International Ballet Competition, which ended Thursday. The world-renowned Joffrey Ballet, based in Chicago, has offered Kessler a full scholarship for...
  • Ski resorts gear up for summer activities

    Summer can be a great time to visit ski resorts. The weather is usually glorious, and there are numerous outdoor activities, festivals and cultural offerings aimed at attracting visitors and entertaining locals. In this generally slower time of year,...
  • Dance legend Dianne Walker comes to Tap Fest

    Veteran tap dancer Dianne Walker calls them "the sound of joy" — the signature click, clacks, taps and shuffles of tap dancing. "When the foot hits the floor with the metal tap, you have created a sound," Walker says. "It's all about playing with...
  • Woman reinvents herself as dancer, opens studio at 46

    Ofelia de La Valette was slogging it out on a treadmill when she heard funky music in the distance. She jumped off the treadmill and followed the music pulsating inside a cardio funk dance class. She stood in the back of the class and watched the dancers...
  • Guest review: Lindsey Stirling trips the light at The Norva

    Guest review: Lindsey Stirling trips the light at The Norva
      Lindsey Stirling is everything good in this world. She’s a nymph, a rock star, a ballerina, a violinist, a trip. She’s happy. Sardined into The Norva in Norfolk on Thursday night, the sold-out crowd pulsed in anticipation, ears...
  • South Florida goes Kpop

    South Florida goes Kpop
    Cynthia Nunez may be Cuban, but she breathes Korean. "I have an emotional attachment," Nunez says. "I watch Korean dramas and listen to Korean music whenever I'm stressed out about school." The FIU physics major is an organizer of Kpop Con Miami,...
  • Midwest events

    Midwest events
    Illinois July 13: Biking with Beanzie, DeKalb. The Kishwaukee Kiwanis sponsor this annual charity ride with routes from 27 to 101 miles. There's also a community/family ride of 3, 5 or 8 miles. tinyurl.com/knabebp. Miles from Chicago: 65 Through Aug....
  • World Cup kicks up interest in best of Brazilian music

    From a musical perspective, Brazil's hosting the 2014 World Cup is a victory regardless of bite marks, bungles or early exits. Volumes could be written about the country's legacy of song, one that rivals the recorded output of any culture on Earth. A...
  • Joe Manganiello on 'La Bare': 'There's No Such Thing as Male Objectification'

    Joe Manganiello went from playing Big Dick Richie in 2012′s "Magic Mike" to directing "La Bare," a documentary about a group of male strippers in Dallas. This might sound like the setup for a joke, but Manganiello is serious. A classically trained...