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Early Kern I: NOBODY HOME (1915)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the start of our series on the early musical theatre works of Jerome Kern, the brilliant composer whose complete scores from 1920 onward have been highlighted here over the past three years. 680 more words


8 July 1916 - Trenchard orders

Following the death of Max Immelmann on 18 June, a number of British pilots have claimed the victory. The British commanders have decided that they need to have a definitive claimant for morale purposes and scotch the German claims that he shot off his own propeller. 57 more words


Oscar Tropp and Anna Tropp in 1915's "Moderna Danser"

The National Library of Sweden has provided access to a short film from 1915, entitled “Moderna Danser.”  That clip is available for viewing at the following link: 332 more words


June 26 in San Antonio history...

The Soledad Roof outdoor movie theater opens “on the banks of the San Antonio River where cool breezes blow.”  Along with motion pictures – music, dancing and live entertainment is offered. 54 more words


June 23 in San Antonio history...

The fifth annual commencement exercises of St. Mary’s College took place at Beethoven Hall this morning.

The St. Anthony Hotel opened its new roof garden with the Royal Hungarian Orchestra and the dancing of Fenner and Tolman. 37 more words