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  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. POSH Palm Beach 2015 Gala Dinner Lighthouse Guild International This dinner dance will honor Darlene Jordan and Cathy Luccio and kick off the “POSH Palm Beach Sale” to take place Feb. 17-19 at The Pavilion in West...
  • Prairie State College Jazz Fest celebrates 27 years of talent

    Prairie State College Jazz Fest celebrates 27 years of talent
    Jazz is all about feeling, connecting and collaborating through music. The fact that so much of it is improvised only adds to the casual appeal. "It's democracy in action, because it requires such good communication skills," said Valerie Nicholson,...
  • Reformed Whores Bringing Sassy Wit, Saucy Songs To Twain House

    Reformed Whores Bringing Sassy Wit, Saucy Songs To Twain House
    If you are 18 or older, you might want to get yourself over to the Mark Twain House & Museum Saturday night. It will be anything but a staid evening at the renowned author's house thanks to the comedic singing duo the Reformed Whores. If Tenacious D and...
  • Third Annual Jazz Festival At Yale

    Third Annual Jazz Festival At Yale
    For years, college musicians hooked up to jam through the ubiquitous "musicians wanted" fliers you'd see around campus. More recently, Craig's List put a minor dent in that practice (you still see those signs around), while players have devised all...
  • Hit musical brings Motown to O-town

    Hit musical brings Motown to O-town
    "Motown the Musical," the Broadway hit coming to Orlando next week, boasts one of the most recognizable song catalogs in the world. Warren Adams is one of the choreographers of the jukebox musical, which looks at the founding of the legendary pop-soul...
  • Cold War-era thriller premieres as opera

    Take a little brainwashing, add a few political assassinations and stir in a villainess evil enough to rival Lady Macbeth. The enduring result is "The Manchurian Candidate," first as a novel, then two movies and now — an opera. "When you look for...
  • Despite cerebral palsy, musician rocks on

    Despite cerebral palsy, musician rocks on
    In hard rock, Brandon Mendenhall found salvation in the form of acceptance, friendship and, for the past six years, a creative outlet. “It saved my life,” Mendenhall said, surrounded by members the Mendenhall Experiment, the band he formed in...
  • 15 things to do with the kids

    Monday, March 9: MERIT SCHOOL OF MUSIC STORYTIME This free drop-in program brings 45 minutes of musical fun to young ones — from toddlers to 5-year-olds — while introducing parents to the school's early-education programs. 11 a.m. at Merit...
  • Copyright trial over Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' to wrap up

    Copyright trial over Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' to wrap up
    An attorney representing Marvin Gaye's family told jurors on Thursday that they should award millions of dollars in damages for copyright infringement by the 2013 song "Blurred Lines"‎ of Gaye's 1977 chart-topper "Got to Give it Up." Richard Busch,...
  • How David Geffen's gift to Lincoln Center reflects on Music Center

    How David Geffen's gift to Lincoln Center reflects on Music Center
    With the news Wednesday of David Geffen's $100-million gift to Lincoln Center for the renovation of Avery Fisher Hall — which will be renamed David Geffen Concert Hall — the first sound I thought I heard was a resounding slap in the face of...
  • Les Violons du Roy plays Mozart, Haydn at Lafayette

    Les Violons du Roy plays Mozart, Haydn at Lafayette
    The regal-sounding Les Violons du Roy chamber orchestra takes its name from the renowned string orchestra of the court of the French kings. Based in Quebec City, the orchestra was formed in 1984 by Bernard Labadie, who still serves as its conductor and...