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Reality CheckFabulous guest-poster Bucky is back, wrapping up I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here for us. Thanks again, Bucky!So, to close the loop on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here here’s what happened leading up to the......
WatchdogThe New York Times recently sold the 96.3 FM frequency long used by WQXR to Univision, which will turn it from classical music to a Spanish language station. That is relevant here because ESPN Radio was in the mix for......
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Dining@LargeI don't think of Dining@Large as a restaurant news blog, but lately the news has been coming so thick and fast I feel I ought to make note of some of the things I've learned. Christian DeLutis, chef at the Wine......
Spin CycleHighclearing.com: "Not even Dr. King dared to dream of an America where white people would vote against a black guy for listening to classical music on satellite radio while driving a Prius to a golf course that uses local water-conserving......
KickingTiresThe big game is over, and everyone outside of New Orleans is back at work talking about the commercials. Here at Cars.com, we had our own entry in the big game, but we also wanted to weigh in on the......
Tags: Brett Favre, Super Bowl, Stevie Wonder, Sports, Football
The performing arts scene looked a bit like a Busch Gardens theme ride in 2012, with lots of high points and a couple of strange twists and turns. Overall, the quality of presentations was first-rate with several regional or world premieres and knockout...
No musical news story in 2012 drew greater media attention, inside and outside Chicago, than the strike that silenced the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for 48 hours in late September. The cliffhanger was resolved just in time for the CSO to fulfill a...
Tags: Poetry, Music Industry, Concerts, Culture, Frankfort
Stephen Fry was all of 11 when his grandfather played him a recording of Richard Wagner's "Tannhauser" Overture. For the boy who grew up to become a distinguished British actor on stage, in television and film ("Wilde," "Gosford Park"), it proved to be...
The period from the new year through the end of March invariably includes some of the most highly anticipated events of Chicago's classical music season. Here are 10 such events, listed in chronological order: Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Riccardo...
Chicago singer-songwriter Terry Callier never received a fraction of the acclaim he deserved, but nobody who heard him ever forgot him. The imploring, incantatory quality of his vocals distinguished him from peers, as did his knack for mixing elements of...
Georg Solti, whose 100th birthday the classical music world is celebrating this month, rose to international fame as a recording artist well before he became widely known in the concert hall and opera house. Indeed, the former music director of the...
How many of you feel you need more grounding in some basic elements of classical music? Let's have a show of hands. I thought so! Some of you may simply want to know what distinguishes a symphony from a sonata, or what makes music “modern,”...
Tags: John Cage, Arts, Music Industry, Culture, Concerts
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