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If you’re going to try to sport a prize-winning beard, the best advice I’ve heard is to keep trying, no matter how itchy it gets. After a while, it grows on you. And so it has been with John Myatt, who two years ago took his facial hair to...
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Annapolis became a major cultural metropolis this month, thanks to the presentation of two musical masterworks — one by a major 19th-century symphony composer, the other by a major 19th-century opera composer. Both works, which premiered within 20...
It's hard to believe, but the first day of spring, March 20, is nearly here. We have already sprung an hour ahead and we are now thankfully into daylight saving time. I love having the sun shine later into the evening. An afternoon performance of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere will be no partridge, no pear tree and no calling birds on The Maryland Theatre stage this weekend. There will be no room. The space this weekend will be more than filled by Music Director Elizabeth Schulze leading the Maryland Symphony Orchestra...
Music lovers: head to the Benton Museum sometime before Oct. 16 for a rare glimpse of 64 images of composers, performers and patrons captured by artists over nearly four centuries, including Paul Lafond's (1847-1918) etching of Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901,...
If Irene has seized your power and still won't give it back, I have two things to say to you: that I am deeply sorry, and that I do not know how you are reading this right now. Here are some entertaining goings-on to distract you from your woes. Taking...
Say you're a teenager. It's June and summer is ready to roll around. You have a few choices. You can get a summer job, spend your summer sleeping in late and hanging at the pool, or go right back into a school building and learn more. Few would...
Recipe packets line Paradise Canyon Elementary’s cafeteria counter and ingredients for almond cookies are prepped. Summer school students are coloring flags for display in Jamie Sennett’s Cooking Around the World class. Students across campus...
Compass Rose Studio Theater is a new company that opened its first production in Eastport Shopping Center on Oct. 21. Running Thursdays to Sundays through Nov. 20 is the Pulitzer Prize-winning work "Lost in Yonkers." A welcome addition to our area,...
Orlando Arts BlogGiuseppe Verdi’s “Rigoletto” – recorded in high definition in the Renaissance splendor of Mantua, Italy, in the actual places and hours of the day specified in the libretto, will be broadcast as part of the PBS series “...
Orlando Arts BlogOpening night for the Orlando Philharmonic's season was Saturday — sold-out crowd at the Bob Carr to hear an evening of selections from the operas of Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini. You can read my take on the concert here: Review: Orlando...
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