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concert brings to light forgotten works by 18th-century black composer


chevalier de saint-georges, whose extraordinary life and works have been overlooked for centuries, will be in the spotlight during seattle baroque orchestra’s concert honoring the black ian/composer/athlete.he was born to an enslaved woman and a planter in guadaloupe in the mid th century. barely more than a quarter-century later, he be e concertmaster (and eventually director) of the celebrated paris orchestra concert des amateurs, dazzling audiences with his vigorous violin solos on his own compositions.between these incongruent landmarks, he was renowned in france as a superior teenage athlete, a champion fencer of tremendous dexterity and speed. in time, he would also be known for anti-slavery activism, as well as playing duets with marie antoinette and a tendency to sleep with married






gametime - buy event tickets


live it, last minute. mobilize friends in seconds with textable tickets at last-minute prices. gametime makes finding the perfect live experience remarkably fast and easy (especially last minute). we curate an epic list of the most amazing possibilities your city has to offer. once you select your event, we examine as many as 10, 000 potential seats and present you with just the 50 best values - not an impossibly long list of choices. each curated seat option includes a high-resolution, full-stadium, panoramic view from that section. navigate to the seat map to see price-vs-location comparisons within amazingly detailed, true-to-life, full-color stadium maps. once you've found the perfect seats, two-tap buying (even after the event starts. ) gives you the speed you need to rule the last






new kids on the block, night ranger among iheart80s party highlights


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);new kids on the block’s joey mcintyre perfectly summed up the mood at the sap center in san jose.“let me state the obvious – how proud we are to be from such a (expletive) awesome decade,” he said at the start of urday’s iheart80s party.he wasn’t the only one feeling the pride. seemingly everyone in attendance at the concert – from fans in “flashdance”-style sweatshirts in the crowd to all the former chart-toppers who took the stage – were proudly flying the ‘80s flag.and there was much to be proud of during this second annual event, which follows last year’s inaugural outing in los angeles. all of the seven acts – new kids on the block, colin hay of men at work, eddie money, ub40 (featuring ali pbell, astro and mickey virtue), starship, night






seattle symphony brings homelessness inside the concert hall


during a performance of charles ives’ “new england holidays,” audiences will see artwork created by clients of four seattle nonprofits serving the homeless.never before has an american symphony orchestra given the homeless equal billing with charles ives and ludwig van beethoven. but this week, homelessness takes center stage in benaroya hall during a performance of ives’ “new england holidays” (aka “holidays” symphony), as part of a seattle symphony initiative that aims to build connections with the community. during a performance of “new england holidays,” an emblage of four tone poems that celebrate what, to ives, were the central american holidays of each season — washington’s birthday (winter), decoration day (spring), the fourth of july (summer) and thanksgiving and forefathers’ day






ragamala concert unites ancient with brand-new


“written in water,” by ragamala dance company, is not intended to be a political work, but the latest actions by our new president make it political. in the piece, which was performed at the cowles center this weekend, ancient hindu and persian traditions were woven into a fabric that illuminated their similarities and brought out the beauty of each, with blending indian and iraqi sounds with hints of jazz.in light of a trump’s recent executive order (which was immediately stayed) banning even those with green cards and valid visas from seven middle eastern countries from entering the united states, ragamala’s gesture of collaborative art-making with middle eastern aesthetics evoked a meaningful gesture of solidarity with those communities.a projection of the board game “snakes and ladders






snark takes the wind out of wind ensemble – the denver post


dear amy: i am a member of a 50-piece wind ensemble. we have a break for cookies and coffee on practice nights, once a week. i have made homemade cookies for our break for more than 25 years.in may, we have an outdoor concert. i have brought cookies each year for after our performance. this year one of the newer band members asked me if i had “rat poison” in them!i was shocked and asked him to repeat what he said to make sure i heard correctly! his response, “it was just a joke.” i don’t understand this type of humor. i have continued to make cookies for the band, but i think about his comment each week.shall i continue to make cookies for our breaks in 2017?— shocked on the west coastdear shocked: people sometimes make awkward and, unfortunately, unkind comments, because another person’s






'joke’ about cookies makes baker rethink generosity


dear amy: i am a member of a 50-piece wind ensemble. we have a break for cookies and coffee on practice nights, once a week. i have made homemade cookies for our break for more than 25 years.a inson in may, we have an outdoor concert. i have brought cookies each year for after our performance. this year one of the newer band members asked me if i had “rat poison” in them!i was shocked and asked him to repeat what he said to make sure i heard correctly! his response, “it was just a joke.” i don’t understand this type of humor. i have continued to make cookies for the band, but i think about his comment each week.shall i continue to make cookies for our breaks in 2017?shocked on the west coastdear shocked: people sometimes make awkward and, unfortunately, unkind comments, because another per






voxel virtual reality parlour in st. paul offers an eye-opening night out


when jeff trinh-sy first tried out virtual reality with some of his neighbors, it was, well, an eye-opening experience.“i put the headset on and i instantly thought this was going to change everything — it’s going to be the future of industry,” said trinh-sy, who teaches physics, astronomy and robotics at the blake school in minneapolis.it made him wonder why more people weren’t obsessed — or at least interested — in the emerging technology. so he decided to help make it his mission to help expose more people to it.in october, he quietly opened the first virtual reality lounge in the twin cities. voxel virtual reality parlour also is among the first crop of such businesses around the country bringing the new technology to the m es.the 1,500-square-foot space is in the same building as lake






snark takes the wind out of wind ensemble


dear amy: i am a member of a 50-piece wind ensemble. we have a break for cookies and coffee on practice nights, once a week. i have made homemade cookies for our break for more than 25 years.in may, we have an outdoor concert. i have brought cookies each year for after our performance. this year one of the newer band members asked me if i had "rat poison" in them!i was shocked and asked him to repeat what he said to make sure i heard correctly! his response, "it was just a joke." i don't understand this type of humor. i have continued to make cookies for the band, but i think about his comment each week.related: trending life & style news this hourshall i continue to make cookies for our breaks in 2017?— shocked on the west coastdear shocked: people sometimes make awkward and, unfortun






valls vs. hamon in french socialists' presidential primary


paris — french voters on sunday were electing the socialist candidate who will face a tough battle against rivals from the far-left, far-right and the political center in the presidential election this spring.the socialist primary runoff offered a stark choice between two candidates — benoit hamon and former prime minister manuel valls — on opposite poles of the beleaguered party, with sharply different plans for france.a more robust turnout than the anemic 1.6 million votes cast in the first round of the primary would help bolster the legitimacy of the runoff winner entering a potentially bruising paign.the increasingly uncertain presidential race was rocked this week by ethics questions faced by conservative candidate francois fillon, a former prime minister. financial prosecutors are in






valls vs. hamon in french socialists' presidential primary


paris — french voters on sunday were electing the socialist candidate who will face a tough battle against rivals from the far-left, far-right and the political center in the presidential election this spring.the socialist primary runoff offered a stark choice between two candidates — benoit hamon and former prime minister manuel valls — on opposite poles of the beleaguered party, with sharply different plans for france.with a headline-grabbing proposal to pay all french adults a modest monthly stipend, hamon, 49, emerged from obscurity on the socialist left to win the primary's first round against six other candidates last weekend.casting his ballot sunday in t pes, the blue-collar town west of paris where he is the elected lawmaker, hamon expressed hope for high voter participation. voti






university of michigan refuses to disclose students' immigration information | b


mark schlissel, university of michigan president, speaks during a gathering of over 1,000 people on the university of michigan’s pus on wednesday, nov. 9, 2016. the gathering promoting love, equality, and surprise of the recent election of donald trump. (p o: matt weigand, the ann arbor news via ap)university of michigan president mark schlissel released a statement urday morning affirming the university’s commitment to international students and faculty. despite an executive order signed friday by president donald trump that bans the immigration and travel of people from many muslim-majority countries, schlissel said the university will not release the immigration status information of its students.“the university complies with federal requirements ociated with managing its international






“i was miserable in the marriage” – kanika kapoor


“i was miserable in the marriage” – kanika kapoor1/3all comments (0) is her soul-mate in the truest sense. because when a young kanika kapoor found her world in sheer disharmony, it helped her not only heal but also carve an identity that she’s proud of today. her much enjoyed peppy renditions like baby doll (ragini mms), lovely and kamlee (happy new year), chittiyaan kalaiyaan (roy), premika (dilwale) and the recent da da d e (udta punjab) and beat pe booty (a flying jatt) celebrate her effervescence giving no hint about the turmoil she’s been through. and that only validates her talent.it was a fairytale life for young kanika when she married businessman raj chandok in 1997 at the age of 18 and moved to london. they went on to have three children. life was all about diamonds, yacht parti






trump's 'extreme vetting' policy causes confusion and consternation around the g


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






confusion and consternation as new 'extreme vetting' policy blocks travel from s


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning travel to the united states from several muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, igniting legal challenges, t ping unwitting airline p engers and galvanizing anguished questions about core american values.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers, tourists, concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.a group of advocacy organizations, including the american civil liberties union, filed a legal action against the policy on urday in new york, acting on behalf of two iraqis who were stopped at john f. kenne






microbots: microsoft's multi-pronged robotics play takes shape


credit: zdnet in the early 2000s, microsoft was all-in on robotics. by the middle of that decade, the company seemingly had all but abandoned the robotics space.but this may be the year that microsoft may be ready to get back into robotics, on multiple fronts.special feature ai, automation, and tech jobs there are some things that machines are simply better at doing than humans, but humans still have plenty going for them. here's a look at how the two are going to work in concert to deliver a more powerful future for it, and the human race.when microsoft founder bill gates was still involved in the day-to-day operations of the company, robotics was slated to be one of microsoft's next big things. microsoft built a programming model and framework for developers working on anything from leg






confusion and consternation as new 'extreme vetting' policy blocks travel from s


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning travel to the united states from several muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, igniting legal challenges, t ping unwitting airline p engers and galvanizing anguished questions about core american values.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers, tourists, concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.a group of advocacy organizations, including the american civil liberties union, filed a legal action against the policy on urday in new york, acting on behalf of two iraqis who were stopped at john f. kenne






confusion and consternation as new 'extreme vetting' policy blocks travel from s


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning travel to the united states from several muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation urday across the globe, igniting legal challenges, t ping unwitting airline p engers and galvanizing anguished questions about core american values.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers, tourists, concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for a funeral.a group of advocacy organizations, including the american civil liberties union, filed a legal action against the policy on urday in new york, acting on behalf of two iraqis who were stopped at john f. kenn






trump's 'extreme vetting' policy causes confusion and consternation around the g


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






trump's 'extreme vetting' policy causes confusion and consternation around the g


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






federal judge blocks u.s. from deporting travelers with valid visas under trump’


capping a day of high drama, opponents of president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and barring entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries won a limited but significant victory on urday night when a brooklyn federal judge ruled that those who had arrived with valid visas could not be deported.the emergency ruling followed more than 24 hours of chaos and consternation across the globe set off by the president’s directive, which ignited legal challenges, stranded unwitting travelers and galvanized anguished questions about core american values.judge ann m. donnelly said sending travelers from the affected countries home could cause them “irreparable harm” but her stay did not address whether others holding valid visas could embark on journeys to the u.s. lawye






trump's 'extreme vetting' policy causes confusion and consternation around the g


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






trump's 'extreme vetting' policy causes confusion and consternation around the g


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






trump's 'extreme vetting' policy causes confusion and consternation around the g


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






trump's ban on some u.s. entries sparks confusion and protest worldwide, and leg


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






trump's ban on some u.s. entries sparks confusion and protest worldwide, and leg


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






trump's ban on u.s. entries sparks confusion and protest worldwide, and legal re


president trump’s executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries spawned chaos and consternation across the globe urday, stranding unwitting travelers, prompting p ionate debate over american values and igniting a fierce legal pushback that yielded early court victories for the president’s opponents.the abrupt ban ensnared people from all walks of life who were caught in transit or expecting to soon return to the u.s. — not only refugees but students on a break from studies, business travelers and scientists, tourists and concert ians, even the bereaved who had gone home for funerals.of all the directives issued during a first jolting week of trump’s presidency, it was this one that reverberated most powerfully in the outside






with vigils, a film, a comic and plenty of marching: how the l.a. art world face


the election of donald trump to the presidency has drawn all kinds of reactions from the cultural establishment — from a plea for inclusiveness from the cast of “hamilton” on broadway (as then-vice president-elect mike pence in the audience) to a general call for a national culture strike on inauguration day, a proposal that received the support of prominent visual artists such as cindy sherman and richard serra.inauguration weekend marked an important transition point not only for the country, but for  artists who have been critical of many of trump’s policies, including the report last week that the administration may be targeting the national endowment for the arts and the national endowment for the humanities for elimination.in this climate, it seemed fitting to find out how los angele






with vigils, a film, a comic and plenty of marching: how the l.a. art world face


the election of donald trump to the presidency has drawn all kinds of reactions from the cultural establishment — from a plea for inclusiveness from the cast of “hamilton” on broadway (as then-vice president-elect mike pence in the audience) to a general call for a national culture strike on inauguration day, a proposal that received the support of prominent visual artists such as cindy sherman and richard serra.inauguration weekend marked an important transition point not only for the country, but for  artists who have been critical of many of trump’s policies, including the report last week that the administration may be targeting the national endowment for the arts and the national endowment for the humanities for elimination.in this climate, it seemed fitting to find out how los angele






mercifully quiet next 2 weeks - average temperatures - few puny clippers


the weather is no laughing matter - or is it?"laughter is an instant vacation" said milton berle. i just read that the average child laughs an average of 300 times a day. adults? closer to 5 times a day. then again life was simpler when you were 6. of course there are times you don't want to hear laughter: during surgery, on your honeymoon night - or sitting in front of your accountant.weather is the only thing we can predict into the future with any accuracy or predictability. a reliable forecast means you can prepare and optimize your schedule to take a ntage of favorable conditions.fun fact: a third of the world's economy is impacted by the weather. that's $25 trillion of global economic output at the mercy of the elements.i stand by my reckless prediction that the worst of winter, a wi