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Magic Flute revived at COC

Last night saw the first performance of this season’s run of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte at the COC.  It’s a revival of the Diane Paulus 2011 production with Ashlie Corcoran as revival director.   501 more words


Mill City Sound

If you are a vinyl aficionado and haven’t been to Mill City Sound, a record store in downtown Hopkins, you are seriously missing out.  A mecca for music lovers in the southwestern metro and neighborhood fixture, Mill City is owned by Rob Sheeley, a lifelong record lover who opened his store in 2014 after selling an audio/visual business. 240 more words


From Hopkins: " Longtime Congresswoman Barbara Mikulski joins Johns Hopkins faculty"

Johns Hopkins University

Dennis O’Shea

Barbara Mikulski speaks at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory after the New Horizons Pluto flyby in July 2015. Image credit: NASA… 1,033 more words

Basic Research

Who Won Trade Deadline?

Credit Cowichan Valley Capitals GM Bob Beatty for pulling off a terrific trade Tuesday that will certainly improve his club in a bid for a playoff run this season. 386 more words


From Hopkins: "Johns Hopkins scientists zero in on how cancers resist immunotherapy treatment"

Johns Hopkins University

Jan 6 2017
Vanessa Wasta

Results of an initial study of tumors from patients with certain cancers shed light on the widespread acquired resistance to immunotherapy drugs known as checkpoint inhibitors. 708 more words

Applied Research & Technology

On the Mahābhārata: History of Scholarship

Previously, I briefly discussed a few of my interests in reading the Mahābhārata. One of these was the potential to learn methods from the History of Religions. 396 more words

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