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firstname.lastname@example.orgJim Price, Shepherdstown’s official historian laureate, has self-published a book titled “And so I did stories of Shepherdstown.” It comes out Nov. 11. Jim Price, Shepherdstown’s official historian laureate, finally finished his...
email@example.comSinger-songwriter and fiddle player Sara Watkins is known best for being one-third of the Grammy Award-winning bluegrass band Nickel Creek. In 2007, the band decided to take a break. But Watkins' career was by no means on hold, and decided to launch...
The Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach has announced its 2013-14 season, which will include a typically eclectic offering of dance, music, cabaret and more. The center is located on the campus of Cal State Long Beach. The season will feature...
Our Town CorrespondentThe 10th annual Esther Goldhaber Jacovitz Poetry Reading is scheduled to take place March 20 at the Whalley Memorial Chapel on the Pitt-Johnstown campus. This year’s featured speaker is George Bilgere, an award-winning poet whose work is...
Los Lobos, Carly Rae Jepsen, a symphonic tribute to Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia, Diana Krall and a complete performance of English prog-rock band Jethro Tull’s “Thick as a Brick” Parts 1 and 2 by the band’s frontman Ian...
Two chamber music events — one this month, the other in April — are worth marking on your calendar. Music of Beethoven A brass quintet of Virginia Symphony players will give a free performance of the music of Beethoven. The concert is...
El Hartford CourantCuando Cindy Lovell comienza su nuevo trabajo como Directora Ejecutiva de la Casa Museo de Mark Twain, ella no tendrá una gran curva de aprendizaje. Lovell, quien fue nombrada a la posición esta semana, después de una búsqueda a nivel nacional de seis...
The Hartford Courant"Our marriage is like the Electoral College," says the narrator in "Marooned," a Garrison Keillor short story. "It works OK if you don't think about it." At noon Monday, I will be one of those thinking about the Electoral College, as I have the...
The Hartford Courant— Geno Auriemma has watched the erosion of the Big East from the sidelines, just another innocent bystander knowing that there really was nothing he could do to stop it or influence it. As Pittsburgh, Syracuse, West Virginia, Notre Dame, Rutgers...
The Onion declared North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un the "Sexiest Man Alive," and People's Daily said yes, yes he is. The Chinese state news outlet missed the point entirely, which media everywhere gleefully pointed out. "The Onion dupes again," said U....
In her delicious memoir "The Receptionist: An Education at The New Yorker," Janet Groth recalls her more than two decades (1957-1978) as a receptionist on the 18th floor of America’s most storied magazine. During her early years at the publication...
For a confederation of supposed liberals, public radio can be awfully conservative. Ask someone to name a public radio show, any public radio show, and the chances are the answer will have been around during the Reagan administration: "A Prairie Home...
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