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  • Hot party spots for spring break, from Florida to Iceland

     Hot party spots for spring break, from Florida to Iceland
    It's not long until spring break time for the college crowd. From February through March, students around the U.S. will be getting away from campus. An outing with the family may be in the cards, but for many the attraction is partying. Warm-weather...
  • Motley Crue in Miami one last time

    Motley Crue in Miami one last time
    Hair-metal legends Motley Crüe will play South Florida for the last time, again, with a Sept. 2 concert in Miami. But, this is it. Really. After 34 years in a cloud of hair product, the band announced the last dates on their two-year, career-closing...
  • Actor Jason Alexander brings his first love -- Broadway tunes -- to the Meyerhoff

    Actor Jason Alexander brings his first love -- Broadway tunes -- to the Meyerhoff
    Jason Alexander fully understands that he will always be most widely known as George Costanza, the highly neurotic, easily angered friend of Jerry Seinfeld on the NBC sitcom "Seinfeld." That's life when you're part of one of the most successful series...
  • Baltic Fire Engine Company #1 NYC bus tour

    BALTIC - Baltic Fire Engine Company # 1 will have a bus trip to New York City's 9/11 Memorial Museum, The High Line and Chelsea Marketplace on Sunday, April 26, 2015. The National September 11 Memorial & Museum has two beautiful waterfall pools which...
  • Bring on the Fuzz

    Bring on the Fuzz
    The Fuzz Band, the energetic and eclectic ensemble from Hampton, plays a hometown gig at The American Theatre in Phoebus on Saturday night. The group is built around a core of musicians who came together 17 years ago as the funky house band for "Fuzzy...
  • Bria Kelly is getting back into the groove

    Bria Kelly is getting back into the groove
    It was almost a year ago that Bria Kelly was so busy with her music that she found it difficult to find time for school. Lately, it's been the other way around for the 19-year-old singer who graduated from Smithfield High School last spring after...
  • Classical: Ayreheart to play from Renaissance to rock in Bethlehem

    Who would have thought that the humble lute, that kindest and most gentle of stringed instruments, would dare tread on the gnarly landscape of acoustic rock? Grammy-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane, that's who, and he's out to prove it with his...
  • Fox's 'American Idol' may cross-pollinate with fictional world of 'Empire'

    "American Idol" producers have talked about a cross-promotion with "Empire," Fox's hot new series about a music industry family, perhaps getting some of the contestants on the scripted show, producers said Saturday. "The music connection would be silly...
  • Winter Jam Tour shows at Reading's Santander Arena that rowdy rock can be for the good

    Winter Jam Tour shows at Reading's Santander Arena that rowdy rock can be for the good
    It’s a question that’s been bandied around for 40 years now, since the dawn of contemporary Christian Music: Whether God can use raw, raucous music to further the cause of good. If the annual Winter Jam Christian music tour’s stop...
  • Grateful Dead original surviving members plan final shows in July

    Grateful Dead original surviving members plan final shows in July
    Deadheads, prepare for one final pilgrimage. The surviving members of the stalwart classic-rock band -- Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir -- have booked their final concerts together at Chicago's Soldier Field on July 3, 4 and 5....
  • Review: Muti begins CSO residency with warming Tchaikovsky

    Review: Muti begins CSO residency with warming Tchaikovsky
    You might call it the lull before the storm, except that nothing is exactly quiet around Orchestra Hall when Riccardo Muti is back leading his Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Next week's subscription concerts will bring a big choral splash of Scriabin and...