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  • Donate books and save $5 on "Sid the Science Kid"

    Donate books and save $5 on "Sid the Science Kid"
    Bring your books to the State Theatre and get a discount on tickets for Jim Henson’s "Sid The Science Kid Live" Sunday. The State Theatre Center is holding a book drive to collect books for the Easton Area Public Library. Donate books at the...
  • Energetic Folkmeister Bill Staines The Master Of Intimate Concerts

    Energetic Folkmeister Bill Staines The Master Of Intimate Concerts
    As a teenager, the future great American folk singer/songwriter Bill Staines was a disaster as a clarinetist in his junior high school marching band in his hometown of Lexington, Mass. He was most notorious for his massacring of martial classics by the...
  • Spring, summer festivals abound in Europe

    Spring, summer festivals abound in Europe
    Travelers planning a trip to Europe this spring or summer have an abundance of events to choose from. These fairs and festivals open a window to Europe’s culture and traditions and give visitors a chance to mix with the local people when they are in...
  • Logan Layman's big night (and her new video)

    Logan Layman's big night (and her new video)
     Saturday night was a triumphant night for Logan Layman at The American Theatre in Phoebus.  Layman, the 14-year-old blues singer and bassist from Williamsburg, headlined a terrific concert at The American, with some of the area's finest acts joining...
  • It's a mosh-up at South L.A.'s underground punk rock shows

    It's a mosh-up at South L.A.'s underground punk rock shows
    They arrive at the South Los Angeles home carrying cases of beer, weed pipes and liquor bottles stashed in brown paper bags — enough, they hope, to carry them through the night. "No in-and-outs. If you go in, you stay in," says the woman...
  • Jazz singer Dianne Reeves heads to Segerstrom Center for the Arts

    Jazz singer Dianne Reeves heads to Segerstrom Center for the Arts
    Dianne Reeves knows her way around a jazz song. The singer, who has won four Grammy awards for Best Jazz Vocal Performance on her albums, will perform alongside Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Gregory Porter at 8 p.m. Friday at Costa Mesa's...
  • The 'Dedication' of a young pianist

    Justin Kauflin is a 28-year-old jazz pianist from Virginia Beach. Quincy Jones is a 79-year-old legend – winner of 27 Grammy Awards, producer of singers ranging from Sinatra to Michael Jackson, with a net worth measured in the hundreds of millions....
  • At the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, tradition beckons

    At the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, tradition beckons
    This city is blanketed with churches. Downtown Presbyterian, Cross Point, First Baptist, Midtown Fellowship. But many of those who come here seek a different kind of spiritual kinship that can be found only at local shrines devoted to music: Ryman...
  • Concert review: New Orford String Quartet at Winter Chamber Festival

    Concert review: New Orford String Quartet at Winter Chamber Festival
    Severe cold surely kept some away from the opening of Northwestern University's 2015 Winter Chamber Music Festival. But those who made it Friday night to Pick-Staiger Concert Hall in Evanston heard one of the more satisfying debuts of recent years....
  • Sands Bethlehem Event Center tribute act series gives fans 'The next best thing'

    Sands Bethlehem Event Center tribute act series gives fans 'The next best thing'
    Singer Jean Violet was a signed to a major record label in the 1990s and performed frequently in Japan. When he returned to the United States, he crashed in the Manhattan apartment of guitarist Jimi Bones of the ’90s rock band Kix, and they came...
  • Museums for 2015: From Vikings to jazz, mammoths to robots

    Museums for 2015: From Vikings to jazz, mammoths to robots
    Winter is, or ought to be, museum season. Outdoor activities do not beckon, or ought not to, especially here in the flatland. And everyone in the house is, or ought to be, stir-crazy. Our area's museums have responded by planning shows on subjects ranging...