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  • Freebie Friday: health screenings, coffee, and other freebies

    Freebie Friday: health screenings, coffee, and other freebies
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight Free coffee Oct. 12-18 at RaceTrac   In an effort to encourage busy commuters  not  to “drool and drive.” Guests can grab a free cup of coffee, any size, no...
  • Muti concludes fall CSO term with Polish musical salute

     Muti concludes fall CSO term with Polish musical salute
    Riccardo Muti is wrapping up his fall residency with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra this weekend with a program that begins and ends with pieces of Polish musical inspiration. If you imagine that has something to do with the fact that the music director...
  • Revolution Live: 10 years after, still rocking

    Revolution Live: 10 years after, still rocking
    In order to stay in business for 10 years in the volatile live-music game in South Florida, you need to be able to adapt in ways they may not have covered in the MBA program at Lynn University. For instance, it’s Sept. 28, 2004, you have the...
  • Runnicles subs impressively at CSO concert

    Runnicles subs impressively at CSO concert
    With a major European tour set to launch in less than a week, the last thing the Chicago Symphony Orchestra management needed was the sudden withdrawal of a guest conductor. That's what took place earlier this week when Jaap van Zweden canceled his...
  • Bombadil continues to develop its audience in Hampton Roads

    Bombadil continues to develop its audience in Hampton Roads
     Bombadil is an eclectic pop trio from North Carolina that will be playing Thursday night at The Parlor on Granby in Norfolk. You should go see them. They're fun.  A local musician who has played with them once described Bombadil to me as "chamber pop,"...
  • The Who announce 50th-anniversary tour, including L.A., O.C. dates

    The Who announce 50th-anniversary tour, including L.A., O.C. dates
    The Who, a band that first stormed Los Angeles in 1967 during a debut gig at the Hollywood Bowl, have announced a 50th-anniversary North American tour. Extending through much of 2015, "The Who Hits 50!" tour (actually occurring during the band's 51st...
  • Wedded: Catherine Yard and Ryan Dunne

    Wedded: Catherine Yard and Ryan Dunne
    Date: Aug. 2 Her story: Catherine "Cat" Yard, 25, grew up in Ewing, N.J. She is an artist and regularly models for figure drawing and painting classes at Maryland Institute College of Art, the Johns Hopkins University, Towson University and the Mitchell...
  • CNET: Top home routers for Wi-Fi calling

    Wi-Fi calling technology lets you make phone calls and send text messages over Wi-Fi networks instead of cellular networks, so you can connect no matter where you are in the world. These four high-end home routers are good for Wi-Fi calling whether your...
  • Steel Panther, heavy metal parody group playing in Allentown, is no joke

    An interview with a member of comedy glam metal band Steel Panther can, like the band's stage show, be uproariously funny. The band's members interview in their characters of profane and politically incorrect stereotypical 1980s hair-metal musicians....
  • Jazz – with strings attached

    Jazz – with strings attached
    Jae Sinnett is experiencing something that he hasn't felt in a long, long time. The 56-year-old drummer, composer and jazz band leader is getting ready to play with his trio backed by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra on Friday night at the Ferguson...
  • From Ahmad Jamal to Matt Ulery, a buoyant jazz weekend

    From Ahmad Jamal to Matt Ulery, a buoyant jazz weekend
    This will be a brisk weekend in Chicago jazz. Among the highlights: Ahmad Jamal: It's difficult to overstate Jamal's importance as pianist, his approach to jazz improvisation sounding fresh and volatile, just as it did more than half a century ago....