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  • Organ Noels in new location for Christmas

    It seems to have become a tradition, if doing something five years in a row at the same time each year counts as a tradition, of writing about the Christmas Day Organ Noels that Stephen Williams, former organist and director of music at St. John's...
  • January performances in Hampton Roads you won't want to miss

    Welcome to the day after Christmas. The packages have all been unwrapped and the figgy pudding has been eaten. It's a good time to reflect on what the new year will bring. Lucky for us, some unusual artists will be visiting our concert halls in January....
  • Top 50 Concerts of 2014

    Top 50 Concerts of 2014
    Sometimes, bigger still is better. There were many great concerts by smaller or lessor-known acts at smaller venues this year, but among the 163 shows I attended this year it’s not a coincidence that mostof the year’s best were the biggest...
  • To close the year, 10 great performances of 2014

     To close the year, 10 great performances of 2014
    Here's a great way to end the year with this column, a celebration of 10 of the great performances of 2014. In alphabetical order: Amy J. Carle in "Gidion's Knot": Viewed in the intimate confines of Profiles Theatre, Amy J. Carle's performance as the...
  • What's ahead in 2015 on the Orlando arts scene

     What's ahead in 2015 on the Orlando arts scene
    With 2014 wrapping up, it's time to look ahead to what 2015 offers: • Theater: In an encouraging sign of Orlando's artistic growth, the cabaret scene continues to grow. Winter Park Playhouse continues its long-running series featuring local talent,...
  • Thursday Club presents 18 Les Fleurettes

    Thursday Club presents 18 Les Fleurettes
    In a local tradition that stretches back to the early 1950s, 18 young women will be presented to society on Saturday evening, when the La CaƱada Thursday Club holds its annual black-tie event, the Bal Blanc de Noel at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel. Les...
  • Time machine's bubbling for 1940s New Year's Eve

    This week, the Flashback time machine hums with a big-band tune to warm up for New Year's Eve. We're heading back to the 1940s, and we simply must book a table at the Coliseum. Of course, Bill Kemp's dance palace turned roller rink on North Orange Avenue...
  • Since tsunami, life in Indonesia's Aceh province shaped by Islamic law

    Since tsunami, life in Indonesia's Aceh province shaped by Islamic law
    It is a little past noon on Friday, time for Anshari and his troops to spring into action. Their first stop is outside the gates of Meulaboh's central mosque, where fruit and vegetable hawkers display their wares. The megaphone blares that it's time for...
  • Paralympic Star Amy Purdy At R.J. Julia

    Paralympic Star Amy Purdy At R.J. Julia
    The story of Amy Purdy is non-fiction for "Fault in Our Stars" fans — a tale of perseverance, passion, and all sorts of obstacles, including severe medical conditions. Purdy nearly died at age 19 from bacterial meningitis and had both her legs...
  • Tango Pizza, Newington

    At Tango Pizza in Newington, it does take two to tango, because no one person is likely to get through an entire, Argentine-style pizza, especially the 16-inch, on their own. Owned by Oscar Pagani, Alberto Garrido and his son Gustavo Garrido, Tango...
  • Eric Eatherly, former dancer and arts publicist, dies at 35

    Eric Eatherly, former dancer and arts publicist, dies at 35
    Eric Eatherly, a much-loved and much-respected figure in Chicago's arts community, who served as dancer, dance journalist and arts publicist, died Monday in Tennessee. He was 35. Eatherly, most recently a publicist for the Silverman Group Inc. of...