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Review: La Calisto at The Royal Opera House - Daily Telegraph

September 25th, 2008, 19:11

By @ September 25th, 2008, 19:11 in General

Anyone coming to the Royal Opera's version of Cavalli's La Calisto with fond memories of the famous 1960s Glyndebourne production is in for a shock. Gone are the soupy harmonies of Raymond Leppard's edition of the score, and there's no sign of the

It's in the cards: Casino gaming classes teach beginners when to hold -
WILLIAMSBURG -- James Bond made it look so easy. A great tux, a well-mixed martini and a beautiful woman were all he needed to ultimately win millions of dollars at the gaming table. But for those of us with less panache (and a much smaller bankroll

Live Out Loud Supercar Day a roaring success - Biz Community
Some say that in order to succeed one has to argue limitations, so when Investments Cars and Live Out Loud joined forces to host a Supercar Day, they ensured that not only would speed limits be argued, they would be broken. The automotive top guns

A Man & His Muse - People
Introduced to Natalie Portman last year by a pal who attends Harvard with the 21-year-old actress, designer Zac Posen, 22, was captivated. "She exemplified everything that I love in women," he says. "She has spirit, spunk and panache." Portman has

Election year puts style picks in spotlight - Star News Online
ashion and politics may seem a little like pairing a Brooks Brothers striped dress shirt with a Richard Chai graffiti rose print skirt. But guess what? That sort of combination is actually in style right now. With the Republican and Democratic

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