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  • Best events this week: R.E.M. movie, the Great American Beach Party and a totally radical '80s Prom

    Best events this week: R.E.M. movie, the Great American Beach Party and a totally radical '80s Prom
      Monday Monday kicks off the final week visitors can assemble for "The Art of Pop and Comics" at the Coral Springs Museum of Art (2855 Coral Springs Drive), a stimulating smashup of paintings covering Spider-Man, Superman, Wonder Woman and even the...
  • Community news: South Shore Orchestra features Beethovan

    South Shore Orchestra features Beethoven The South Shore Orchestra will perform the music of Beethoven and Hovhaness for its Opening Night Gala concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 5, at Memorial Opera House, 104 Indiana Ave., Valparaiso. The program...
  • Hail and farewell, Ars Viva Symphony

    Hail and farewell, Ars Viva Symphony
    With Alan Heatherington about to trade his musical ministry for a religious ministry, it seemed appropriate that Ars Viva, the midsized symphony orchestra he founded in 1995 and built into one of the area's finest, should play its very last concert to a...
  • Bruno Mars closes out Rock in Rio festival with a bang

     Bruno Mars closes out Rock in Rio festival with a bang
    Rock in Rio USA, the new-to-America music festival that wrapped Saturday after two often-incoherent weekends here, needs to figure out some things if it wants to compete in the rapidly growing festival scene dominated by the likes of Coachella and...
  • REVIEW: The Who's end: At Philly's Wells Fargo Center, band goes out on its own terms

    REVIEW: The Who's end: At Philly's Wells Fargo Center, band goes out on its own terms
    Despite The Who’s stated hope on its 1965 hit “My Generation,”  50 years later the group’s members – or at least surviving members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend – did, in fact get old. In some ways, that diminished...
  • Lime Rock Kicks Off Season With Trans Am Series, Car Show

    Lime Rock Kicks Off Season With Trans Am Series, Car Show
    It's go time in Lakeville. Lime Rock's Traditional Memorial Day Weekend Season Opener, featuring the Trans Am Series & the Sunday Royals Car Show, is happening Friday through Sunday, May 22 to 24. Friday's Trans Am is multiple sessions of practice and...
  • Taylor Swift wins 8 at Billboard Awards; Kanye gets booed

    Taylor Swift dominated the Billboard Music Awards with eight wins, including top artist, while Kanye West was booed during his performance that closed the three-hour event. Swift also won top Billboard 200 album for "1989" and top female artist Sunday...
  • San Francisco Symphony interprets John Cage, with great results

     San Francisco Symphony interprets John Cage, with great results
    In "Lecture on Nothing," John Cage compared a piece of music to a glass of milk. "We need the glass," he wrote, "and we need the milk." At the invitation of the San Francisco Symphony on Saturday night, actor Tim Robbins read those lines with an...
  • Faith No More with new 'Sol Invictus' album: 'We can do anything we want'

    Faith No More with new 'Sol Invictus' album: 'We can do anything we want'
    When the members of Faith No More took the stage of the Wiltern for the first of three concerts last month, they didn't warm up the crowd with one of their old hits. Instead, the reunited hard-rock band opened with a new song from an album that hadn't...
  • Lava Festival: 10 hours of music, and a big success

    Lava Festival: 10 hours of music, and a big success
     What wasn't to like about the inaugural Lava Music Festival, held Saturday on the grounds of Suffolk Executive Airport?  The festival delivered more than 10 hours of music, utilizing two stages so that none of the acts overlapped - an energetic fan...
  • Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks kicks off season with James Supra Band preview that's 'the best thing ever'

    Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks kicks off season with James Supra Band preview that's 'the best thing ever'
    When the Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks season opened with a preview concert by James Supra Band on Friday, its started with a wisp of rain falling on the lawn in front of the stage on the South Bethlehem campus. But soon the weather cleared, as if the way...