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email@example.comThe Totem Pole Playhouse is pulling out all the stops for its 2013 season filling the stage with an expanded regular season, four musicals, Tony-award winning and nominated shows and the largest cast sizes in more than 35 years. There are a lot of firsts...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe defendant in a murder case wrote in court documents filed this week that he wants to get rid of his attorneys and have his case assigned to a new judge. Jeffrey E. Miles Sr., 48, of State Line, Pa., is charged with killing Hagerstown resident...
Task force thanks residents for support of recycling To the editor: At our very first meeting, in the summer of 2007, we set as our long-range goal curbside recycling for all residents of Boonsboro. On Monday, April 2, the mayor and council finally...
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email@example.comWhen Bobby Parker drops names, it’s like a who’s who of rock ’n’ roll royalty. Buddy Holly, Sam Cooke, Bo Diddley, The Big Bopper. Parker knew them all. He was a “guitarist for hire” back in the 1950s, he said,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf fate had different plans for Elke Baker, today she would be pouring over chemical equations, not sheet music. This weekend, Baker will be a featured performer and teacher at the Upper Potomac Fiddle Retreat in Shepherdstown. The three-day event...
email@example.comMaryland Symphony Orchestra Music Director Elizabeth Schulze's contract was renewed with another four-year commitment earlier this year, the symphony's board president said recently. "It was an easy decision," Board President Doris "Dori" J. Nipps said....
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firstname.lastname@example.orgPlaying flute for the Williamsport Community Band gives Maurice Treacy a chance to continue a hobby that he started more than eight decades ago. "It's just wonderful," the 92-year-old Treacy said as he tuned his flute Sunday before the band's Christmas...
email@example.comA Christmas concert featuring nothing but tubas? If it sounds like a musical nightmare, think again. It’s a performance that can be both moving and fun. Just ask the thousands of people across the country who each year attend TubaChristmas...
Tags: Rockefeller Center, Family, Science, Holidays, Keith Alexander
Daniel S.J. Rohrer Jr., circus fan, model builder and tuba player, 78, of Hagerstown, Md., passed from this life Sunday, July 17, 2011, at Reeders Memorial Home in Boonsboro, Md. Born Oct. 21, 1932, in Rohrersville, Md., he was the only child of the late...
The Hancock Arts Council will sponsor "Professor Mike's Amazing Flea Circus" Sunday, Aug. 7, at 3 p.m. at the Hancock Performing Arts Center at Town Hall at 126 W. High St. Featured performances and acts include the Springs Chamber Ensemble musical...
A crowd of at least 600 citizens filled Widmeyer Park Tuesday evening as Hancock participated in the annual National Night Out Against Crime. Mayor Dan Murphy and Police Chief T.J. Buskirk led a welcoming ceremony, with the Rev. Allan Weatherholt,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout 100 people turned out at the Hancock Performing Arts Center Sunday to see a bunch of fleas perform. Fleas? Well, not real ones. But that’s not the point. It’s all about the quirkiness of imagining a flea tap dancing blended with...
Tags: Washington, DC, Entertainment, Dance
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