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  • Future Symphony Institute to be held at UB

    Future Symphony Institute to be held at UB
    Andrew Balio is best known around here for the gleaming sound and refined musicality he regularly provides as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's principal trumpet, a post he has held since 2001. Offstage, Balio devotes a great deal of his energies to...
  • UConn Thriving With Hard Work, Dedication

    Gloom and cynicism are things that have rarely helped anyone — or anything — to be successful. In the ongoing discussion about the pros and cons of living in Connecticut found in these pages, there has been far too much pessimism, with a...
  • Sports marketing has sweet smell of success

    Sports marketing has sweet smell of success
    One distant day, after rinsing the bubbles of FSU Jimbo Fisher Shampoo from their hair, historians may look back and wonder how it all began. Was it with bag of Golden Flake potato chips and a bottle of Coca-Cola? They were propped on a table next to...
  • 'We Are Kings' has heart of blues but misses art of filmmaking

     'We Are Kings' has heart of blues but misses art of filmmaking
    A love letter to the blues, "We Are Kings" is a spirited if technically wobbly feel-good road movie about a down-and-out musician named I Be King (Sammy Blue) on a quest to keep his club with a little out-of-body assistance from the apparition of his...
  • Hollywood's hedgehog mentality threatens its survival

    To understand what's wrong with Hollywood today, you have to go back to the British philosopher and historian Sir Isaiah Berlin and his concept of the hedgehog and the fox. Riffing off a fragment attributed to the ancient Greek poet Archilochus,...
  • As federal war on citrus greening heats up, growers see some signs of hope

    WASHINGTON The federal government is ramping up its spending to combat citrus greening, a growing scourge in farm regions in Florida and elsewhere, even as growers see some signs for optimism. Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture...
  • Rangers stay aggressive on basepaths under Bogar

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Texas Rangers - INSIDE PITCH OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Texas Rangers have a new interim manager in Tim Bogar but the same aggressive philosophy on the basepaths they had under former manager Ron Washington. "That's...
  • How does new Ford Mustang fit in amid self-driving cars, mpg rules?

    How does new Ford Mustang fit in amid self-driving cars, mpg rules?
    Sales of the 2015 Ford Mustang – the sixth generation in the 50-year history of the sports coupe – start in the coming months. In advance of those sales, Ford brought a fleet of 50 early-production Mustangs to Southern California and plans...
  • Exhibition explores ideology, consequences of Hitler's plans to rebuild Berlin

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Adolf Hitler's utopian plans to rebuild Berlin on a monumental scale were never realized, but the preparations that got under way involved demolitions and the use of slave labor - the victims mainly Jewish, as a new exhibition shows....
  • Salazar gives Indians cause for optimism

    The Sports Xchange By MoiseKapenda Bower, The Sports Xchange Salazar gives Indians cause for optimism HOUSTON -- Right-hander Danny Salazar offered the Indians enough glimpses of greatness the past two seasons for Cleveland to anticipate something...
  • Cash May Be King But Respect Is Revered

    Cash May Be King But Respect Is Revered
    It's not easy to compete with a solid raise or an end-of-the-year bonus, but that is exactly what many employers have tried their best to do. Five years after the end of the recession, hiring is picking up even in sluggish Connecticut and profits are...