In one corner is seasoned veteran Vadim Gluzman, a long-time Music in the Mountains violin performer and Juilliard graduate whose music has been heard around the world.
In the other is challenger Phillipe...
NEW YORK – Figaro might not be getting married anytime soon. Mimi and Rodolfo might not fall in love in that cold Parisian garret. And Macbeth might...
- Elaine Stritch, brash stage legend, dies at 89
- Julia Stiles goes ‘back to my roots’ – the stage
- Felder combines acting and piano playing in masterful performances
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RENO, Nev. – A total of 30 Charles M. Russell works fetched millions of dollars at auction in Reno, with one painting symbolizing the railroad’s...
- National outdoor art show to hit billboards
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- Woven through history
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- 150 musicians, 25 movements and a wall of sound
- In the Henhouse
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“The Home Place” (William Morrow), by Carrie La Seur
Carrie La Seur’s finely crafted debut chronicles a woman’s...
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Film & TV
LOS ANGELES – You’ll have to say one thing for Brett Ratner’s production of “Hercules”: This movie has a sense of...
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