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  • Dr. Phillips Center shows variety is the spice of life

     Dr. Phillips Center shows variety is the spice of life
    Theater, magic, dance. Opera, pop, jazz. Cooks, comedians and clowns. Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has been an ongoing variety show since it opened its doors last November. From pop diva Diana Ross to actress Kate...
  • Stagecoach 2015: Nikki Lane boldly stakes her claim

    Stagecoach 2015: Nikki Lane boldly stakes her claim
    The term "badass" gets tossed around a lot at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, but few performers have showed themselves as fully worthy of the adjective as neo-rockabilly-Western singer Nikki Lane during her afternoon set Saturday. With her...
  • Listening to the music of old through young ears

    I tell you, it warmed the cockles of my heart. Indeed, the heart-cockle-warming was widespread at last week's meeting of the Organization for Loudly Declaring a Preference for the Old and Out-of-date and the Past's Superiority. Or, to use our proud...
  • Tom Paxton, coming to Bethlehem, will quit the road but keep writing

    Tom Paxton says his days as a touring troubadour will come to an end in November. But the 77-year-old pioneer of the 1960s folk music revival says he is not retiring. "I'll still be doing shows here in the area," Paxton says by phone from his home in...
  • Out & About: Great weekend to check out new or remodeled restaurants in Annapolis

    Welcome sailors! This weekend is the kickoff for many to summer fun. With the sailboat races starting just a couple evenings ago and the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show in town this weekend, there are reminders of summer everywhere you look. Whether you'...
  • Marlins end tumultuous trip with laugher in Philly

    Marlins end tumultuous trip with laugher in Philly
    For all the hand-wringing, soul-searching and "palace intrigue," the Marlins concluded a tumultuous three-city trip Thursday as they began it, by winning a series. They actually returned home on a winning streak after David Phelps flummoxed the Phillies...
  • The British are coming: Elton, Ed, The Who to play Jazz Fest

    A British invasion of sorts is headed to New Orleans. The 2015 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival's two Saturday lineups are anchored by British rock legends. The Who, which is amid its 50th anniversary tour, on Saturday performs for the first time...
  • Warhol's screen tests to appear on Times Square billboards

    The electronic billboards of Times Square will show short silent films that Andy Warhol made of such luminaries as Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg and Lou Reed. The rarely seen footage was shot in Warhol's studio, the Silver Factory, in the mid-1960s. It will...
  • Moody Blues singer, TV sitcom comedian, folk legend announced at Musikfest Cafe -- and a show we revealed last week

    Moody Blues singer, TV sitcom comedian, folk legend announced at Musikfest Cafe -- and a show we revealed last week
    The Moody Blues lead singer Justin Hayward, TV sitcom star/comedian Paul Reiser and folk great David Bromberg have been announced for shows at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center. Also announced is a show Lehigh Valley Music told you about last week: 15-...
  • Review: Bob Dylan at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale

    Review: Bob Dylan at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale
    Predictability has never been one of Bob Dylan’s greatest traits. You expect the voice of a generation? Here’s a man who’s gone mute. You want him to carry on like the next Woody Guthrie? Here’s “Highway 61 Revisited.”...
  • Former XBox, CBS executive moves to interactive-video start-up

    Former XBox, CBS executive moves to interactive-video start-up
    Former CBS and Microsoft executive Nancy Tellem has joined a start-up that's developing technology to create choose-your-own-adventure videos, she announced Wednesday. Tellem, who until recently headed Microsoft’s content development efforts at...