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This column has moved but will not require a new name. "City Lights" — I originally thought of that title as a play on the city editor position. Now, as I move into the features editor spot, I'm reminded of from where else the inspiration came....
Digg's Restaurant & Bar, a new international fusion concept, just opened near downtown Huntington Beach. And in celebration of the opening, it's offering Greer's OC readers 20% off through November just for mentioning Greer's OC. From gourmet burgers...
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While Barbara Morrison's 1973 arrival to the jazz and blues party was somewhat late, the singer has definitely lived it to the hilt. One of Los Angeles' top jazz vocalists, Morrison made her bones on the bandstand alongside the top names in music,...
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If viewers are losing interest in broadcast TV, what can lure them back? Executives hope they have an answer: stars. Lifting the curtain on their 2013-14 schedules at the "upfronts" in New York this week, the networks behaved like smartphone-...
The Pasadena Pops' star-studded "Sierra Acura Summer Concert Series" opens June 1 at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden in Arcadia. At the podium: singer, pianist and renowned interpreter of the American Songbook, Michael Feinstein,...
At ABC’s upfront presentation Tuesday in New York City, Jimmy Kimmel slammed the perennial first-place finisher CBS as a bunch of “smug” jerks (though he opted for a more a colorful epithet that isn’t fit to be repeated here)....
Ben Allen showed he could match up with the best of what the Rio Hondo League has to offer. He’s now making a case for himself in the postseason. Allen shot a two-over-par 74 on Monday in the CIF Southern Section Northern Individual at River Ridge...
Violinist Ellen Pendleton Troyer has struggled for years with the constraints of wearing evening attire for physical, sometimes-strenuous performances. And she considers herself luckier than her male counterparts, who have a stricter dress code of bow...
The good news about the Spring For Music festival at Carnegie Hall is that it chooses American orchestras of all sizes to bring off-the-beaten-path programs to the nation's premier classical music showplace, and charges only $25 a seat. The bad news...
SCHOLASTIC ART AND WRITING AWARDS Six students from the East Central Pennsylvania Scholastic Regional Awards were chosen to receive national medals for their work in the 2013 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, the country's longest-running recognition...
If it has a good beat, you can count on Marin Alsop to conduct it with infectious energy. That point is being driven home by her latest program with the Baltimore Symphony, which has one more local performance before the orchestra takes it to Carnegie...
Just over the river and through the woods is not so far to travel to enjoy great chamber music, especially if the river is the Delaware and the woods are in nearby New Jersey. The 24th Raritan River Music Festival begins its four-Saturday series this...
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