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Jason Flaks is a music philosopher, according to the conductor of the Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra. And it is that ability to think big thoughts about the music Flaks teaches to young people that makes him a perfect fit for a three-day symposium at...
Opera, in our parts, has embarked upon an exceptional period of expansion. Up and down the California coast, the staging of new and recent work possibly outnumbers old. This year, moving from south to north, UC San Diego in La Jolla has had two major...
Viewers of the television political talk shows may have noticed a phenomenon in the afterbirth of the last presidential election. High-powered consultants from both campaigns have invaded the studios as panelists, chewing over the political events of...
Tags: Radio, Television, Politics, Media Industry, CBS Corp.
The gun lobby has gotten plenty of attention lately for its clout in Tallahassee and Washington. But the sugar industry could give the National Rifle Association a run for its money. A couple of recent examples typify the power, boosted by campaign...
The following items were taken from police reports: La Grange •Two homeless people were reported fighting at the train station at Burlington Avenue and La Grange Road on May 31. •A man was reported urinating in the first block of West...
Boynton Beach plans to settle a few "nuisance" lawsuits on Tuesday. At the city's regular meeting, the commission plans to resolve two public records cases and a dispute that started over the word "shall." Open government activists Joel and Robert...
Tags: Politics, Fines, Boynton Beach, Punishment
Nearly a decade after the conclusion of World War II, folks in Orange County decided that a small corner of Costa Mesa should be dedicated to those who didn't make it back home. A 1.4-acre memorial garden — planned in 1953, erected the following...
WATSONVILLE, Calif. — She introduced herself as Sarani Hernandez and said in Spanish that she needed help. She took a seat in the lobby of the police station. Officer Elizabeth Sousa was asked to talk to her. It was a quiet morning a few days...
Tags: Mexico, FBI, Justice System, Politics, Lady Gaga
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — The hive sounds like simmering butter placed in a hot frying pan. A steady hum of bees buzzing fills the air as Larry Connor checks hive No. 2 for a queen. "See this structure right here?" Connor, entomologist and bee...
State legislation aimed at reducing the number of children struck by vehicles near schools across Illinois breezed through the House in April, but it hit a speed bump in the Senate well before the General Assembly session ended last week. A major...
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Orange Gene's Auto Sales LLC, auto sales, 1909 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, 32703. Aaqua...
Hospitals across Pennsylvania and the nation are threatening that unless state lawmakers implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion, the law's new taxes and spending cuts will lead to layoffs and closures. Let's not...
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