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  • TICKET BOX: Carrie Underwood at Allentown Fair, Chris Botti at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Kenny Chesney at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia are among 80 new shows

    TICKET BOX: Carrie Underwood at Allentown Fair, Chris Botti at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Kenny Chesney at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia are among 80 new shows
    Welcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. Carrie Underwood at Allentown Fair, Chris Botti at Sands Bethlehem Event Center and Kenny Chesney at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia are among nearly 80 shows for which we...
  • Dr. Leon E. Kassel, internal medicine physician, dies at 92

    Dr. Leon E. Kassel, internal medicine physician, dies at 92
    Dr. Leon E. Kassel, a retired internal medicine physician who set up and ran the outpatient program at Sinai Hospital, died Dec. 2 of congestive heart failure. He was 92. Known for his diligent care for his patients, Dr. Kassel was a resident of the...
  • A searing account of Shostakovich's Fifth from Marin Alsop and BSO

    A searing account of Shostakovich's Fifth from Marin Alsop and BSO
    Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra served up a remarkably satisfying all-Russian program Thursday night at Meyerhoff Hall, capped by a brilliant account of the mighty Shostakovich Fifth. Conducting from memory, Alsop sculpted an...
  • 'Flames of Paris' blazes anew with Mikhailovsky Ballet at Segerstrom

    'Flames of Paris' blazes anew with Mikhailovsky Ballet at Segerstrom
    NEW YORK — The Parisian mobs are restless, and the nascent République française is about to rise. But not before copious blood lust, patriotic pirouetting, boldly mimed declarations of freedom, 1 percenters fleeing the palace, the strains of La...
  • REVIEW: Eric Hutchinson at Philly's Theatre of Living Arts shows he's among the best in pop today

    REVIEW: Eric Hutchinson at Philly's Theatre of Living Arts shows he's among the best in pop today
    Here’s how talented Eric Hutchinson is: During his show Saturday at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts, while playing his new single, “A Little More,” he slipped into Taylor Swift’s recent double-platinum single “...
  • At FLIFF, Jason Alexander is the anti-Costanza

    At FLIFF, Jason Alexander is the anti-Costanza
    Former “Seinfeld” star Jason Alexander packed the house at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts for Friday night’s opening of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, proving that, in the words of the philosopher George...
  • Frankenstein's little friend coming to the Pickwick

    Frankenstein's little friend coming to the Pickwick
    Somewhere in rural Switzerland, a town council convenes. They are all men of advanced age and they are grumbling about the state of their village: "Forsaken, desolate and shunned by every traveler, and why? Because of these Frankensteins!" Right? I...
  • Classic Hollywood: Honoring Jay Ward of Bullwinkle and Rocky fame

    Classic Hollywood: Honoring Jay Ward of Bullwinkle and Rocky fame
    In fall 1961, TV animation pioneer Jay Ward was awaiting NBC's prime-time launch of "The Bullwinkle Show" — his clever, satirical series that appealed to children and adult sensibilities. The series revolving around the naive but resourceful...
  • 'Permanent,' 'Museum,' 'Tom' at Los Cabos 1st Co-Pro Forum (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Hung" co-creator Colette Burson's "Permanent," Alonso Ruizpalacios's "Museum" and Rodrigo Plá's "The Other Tom" are among 13 projects at Los Cabos Festival's first Mexico-U.S.-Canada Co-production Forum, a drive to consolidate movie partnerships...
  • Brooklyn's Spooky Nights scares up a crowd

    By six p.m. Oct. 17, an army of volunteer ghosts, creepy clowns, princesses and witches had transformed the Brooklyn Fairgrounds into an otherworldly locale. Ghosts floated above the sheep stalls, graveyards appeared where none had been before, and the...
  • Peabody Symphony Orchestra opens season with Brahms, Tchaikovsky

    Peabody Symphony Orchestra opens season with Brahms, Tchaikovsky
    The last weekend of September could not have been much more caloric, musically speaking, without actually clogging arteries. While the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra was reveling in the high romanticism of Rachmaninoff and Korngold (my review was posted...