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A week's worth of outstanding sounds in classical music - New Orleans Times-Picayune Blogs

September 27th, 2008, 13:09

By @ September 27th, 2008, 13:09 in General


One listener jumps to a swing band, the other drifts on a slow reggae beat, and somehow those very different experiences get shoved in a category called "pop" music. The same absurd jumbling occurs when one slaps the "classical" label on music -- a

Tribute to punctuation a great idea -- period - The Columbus Dispatch
It was National Punctuation Day. I was reminded of the occasion by an opportunistic e-mail from SpinVox, a mobile service that converts voice into text for delivery as, say, e-mail or a blog entry. The subject line queried: How are you celebrating

BUMPY RIDE FOR LEWIS HAMILTON IN SINGAPORE - Daily Express
AS THE Singapore Slings were downed at Raffles Hotel, which ­rattled to the noise of Formula One cars, the locals were getting merry on a new heady concoction – the Lewis Lap. Two parts skill, one part speed, with a dash of panache and a

Naipaul on Cricket - Hindustan Times
Keeping with my newly found passion for reading, I discovered something about West Indian Cricket. It bears a stamp of foresight from the author, VS Naipaul. That one paragraph in the second chapter of the book titled, "The Middle Passage", Naipaul

Ballet puts on a spectacular display with 'All Tharp' - Seattle Post Intelligencer
Certainly. Tharp stands at the center of American dance, connecting ballet and modern, high art and popular art, the concert stage and theater, film and television. It is a place unique to her. Now in her late 60s, Tharp has followed the dogged path

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