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Birthday of Vladimir Horowitz

Destined to become one of the world’s greatest pianists, Vladimir Horowitz was born in 1903 in Kiev, Russia. While most young children were playing games, Vladimir was playing with the ivories. 221 more words


Andrea R Huelsenbeck reblogged this on ARHtistic License and commented:

Thank you to Mary O'Connor for this wonderful tribute to one of my all-time favorite pianists. Be sure to follow the link to the original article so you can watch the video.

Improv Headliners: Brian James O'Connell (LA) & Big Ol’ Show (ATL)

Our full performance schedule is about to be released, but first, here’s a teaser of a few of the great improv acts coming. Brian James O’Connell (or BOC as his friends call him) is a working actor, writer, director, filmmaker and teacher in Los Angeles.  368 more words


Dennis Dodd: Michigan Is Overrated

There are three monster college football games this weekend: No. 7 Stanford (3-0) at No. 10 Washington (4-0) on Friday, No. 8 Wisconsin (4-0) at No. 576 more words

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Award-winning Editor to Deliver Annual Pollner Lecture

Melissa McCoy, a former deputy managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, will deliver the University of Montana School of Journalism’s annual T. Anthony Pollner Lecture on Monday, Oct. 362 more words


Understanding the difference between 2-D and 3-D mammography

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To understand how doctors are using technology to detect cancer in early stages, FOX 4 invited Dr. 90 more words


Mark Barron: Saban's System More Complicated Than A Lot Of NFL Systems

After Week 1, the Los Angeles Rams were the laughingstock of the NFL after getting shut out on Monday Night Football. After Week 2, they silenced some haters with a 9-3 win over the Seahawks. 443 more words

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