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Sometimes I wonder why the contestants on "Dancing with the Stars" work so hard when all that's at stake is the mirror ball trophy that looks as if it can be purchased at the local dollar store. And then I think about the Kegger Awards, my annual...
email@example.comThe excitement of four young vocalists was injected into a Sunday performance of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra as the group performed works from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giuseppe Verdi and others. The vocalists were from the Curtis Opera Theatre, which...
God SquadI recently had the honor of speaking to the Fellowship of Christians and Jews in Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. Tom Hartman, my former partner on this column, and I spoke before this wonderful organization some years ago when Tommy was well. I lift up their work...
The Hartford CourantTom Kitt remembers seeing punk-pop group Green Day for the first time. He was a student at New York's Columbia University in the '90s and saw them in concert on MTV. "I just knew they were special," he says over a lunch interview in Manhattan recently....
What's happening in food and dining around South Florida. Mancini Modern Italian 401 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 150, Fort Lauderdale, 754-200-8602, ManciniLasOlas.com This time, restaurateur Jack Mancini — a seasoned pioneer on Las Olas —...
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra's "My Funny Valentine" on Saturday was billed as a program of romantic music, but it wasn't all boy-meets-girl. Featuring Michael Andrew and Swingerhead, the concert was just as much a love letter to musical theater...
Michael Andrew rode the height of the 1990s swing revival and now is playing the Broadway game with his musical, "The Nutty Professor." But Saturday he comes back to his roots as he performs American standards with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra and...
The Americans celebrated in the Joffrey Ballet's "American Legends" program aren't all choreographers. The bill does include works by U.S. dance giants Jerome Robbins, Twyla Tharp and Gerald Arpino. But it also boasts a new creation from the Houston...
Tags: Fine Artists, Music, Morton Gould, The Beach Boys, Entertainment
Should unexpected pleasures be so unexpected around here anymore? A visit to South Florida by Steve Martin, banjoist? Mike Tyson at the Arsht Center? A family-style scavenger hunt in Wilton Manors? New Kids on the Block … anywhere? Nothing should...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGThis week, new shows by Luke Bryan at Allentown Fair, Alice in Chains at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Circa Survive at Sherman Theater and Jamey Johnson at Penn's Peak are among 25 concerts for which we have new information. Here's......
For Allentown, Penn State football and President Barack Obama, 2012 was a year of new beginnings. For Jerry Sandusky, certain Catholic priests in Philadelphia and leaders of the Boy Scouts of America, it was the year the past caught up with them....
Tags: Lauren Tamayo, Prisons, Interior Policy, Duke University, Heroin
Football coaches are a lot smarter than most people think. Like most stereotypes, they are usually defined more by mannerisms and characteristics than fiber. In most comedic circles, a football coach wears ball caps and a whistle nearly 24/7 and talks...
Tags: Sports, Football, The Herald-Mail
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