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Crash Course . . . Oscar Isaac

I probably don’t need to tell you who Oscar Isaac is. The man has been taking over Tumblr and the rest of the Internet ( 598 more words

Star Wars

Memorable music at Himeville church

VIOLINIST, Joanna Frankel (pictured),  and pianist, Christopher Duigan, will play music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven,  George Gershwin and Alberto Ginastera on  Friday, November 13 at 7.30 pm at the St Michaels and All Angels Church in Himeville. 62 more words

Classical Music

Underappreciated: Morgan James "Say The Words"

Two weeks ago this upcoming Friday, Adele released “Hello,” her first single from her upcoming album 25. The single was instantly hailed as a great song and a welcome return in most quarters (though this… 435 more words


HOW MANY OPEN EYES AND EARS - The Future Of Recognition

Elvis – Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Lennon, Aretha, Janis, Michael Jackson, Jimi, Bono, Whitney and Celine-where will the next bright star shine and how many open eyes and ears will be there to recognize the intensity of their light? 885 more words

Black Hawk Waltz

I was thinking of my grandmother Alice a lot recently and thought I would reprint a blog about her which I wrote a few years back. 964 more words

Backstage on Broadway with Tamsen Fadal: Alex Sharp talks Tony Awards, love and why he's a New Yorker

“This is the only job I’ve ever had!” Alex Sharp.

He may have been a Broadway rookie, but Alex Sharp is no amateur.

“What did you think when your name was called a few weeks ago, Tony Night?” I asked him, “Many profanities and awful words popped into my head, the panic and the fear of vomiting,” he laughed. 451 more words