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Prelude to New Orleans

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013
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A metropolis like none other, New Orleans is affectionately referred to by many as N’awlins, a thriving port city that has bustled since 1718; however,

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Le Jazz Hot – How the French Saved Jazz

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013
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“If it weren’t for France, jazz would be dead.” Quincy Jones (to Peter & Will Anderson) Le Jazz Hot is an entertaining mini seminar on

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Old School Brooklyn Goes to the Head of the Class

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
by on Dining Around

Stepping into Carroll Gardens’ newest restaurant, Old School Brooklyn, is like stepping into your grandmother’s parlor. The mix of dark and light wood, tan wallpaper,

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Catherine Russell

Catherine Russell

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
by on Playing Around

Shake that Thang Catherine Russell commands with bright, open clarity and an arched brow. I’m gettin’ tired of telling you how to shake that thing.

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Art on Park Avenue

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
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It’s summer. Take a lunchtime walk. If you’ve got kids, bring them with you. Or invite friends to stroll up Park Avenue between 52nd and

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Newport: Glorious in History and Times Gone By
But Fresh with New Music, Cuisine and Vitality

Friday, August 3rd, 2012
by on Living Around

Did you know The Great Gatsby, True Lies, Amistad, Dan in Real Life, Evening and 27 Dresses are just some of the films shot locally

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Catherine Russell Resonates

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012
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The gifted Catherine Russell brought a little big band of ten musicians to The Allen Room Saturday night, featuring brass and reed artists whose musical

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The New Americana: The Johnny Rodgers Band—
Too Marvelous for Words at the Oak Room

Thursday, May 27th, 2010
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There’s something very American about sitting back in the Algonquin Hotel’s legendary Oak Room listening to the music of a new American classic: Johnny Rodgers

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