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The Blue Angel

Thursday, August 8th, 2013
by on Playing Around

“For the truly chic, a night out in Manhattan might mean a visit to the Blue Angel, one of the intimate East Side cabarets that

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Las Vegas’ Mob Museum Traces the
History of Organized Crime

Thursday, June 20th, 2013
by on Living Around

It seems appropriate that the Mob Museum is located in Las Vegas, a city once closely associated with organized crime. Even better, the museum is

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Carlyle Club – Alexandria’s Art Deco Marvel:
The Place to Be on New Year’s Eve or Anytime

Thursday, December 20th, 2012
by on Dining Around

The best New Year’s Eve festivities call for glamorous settings where big bands play swing songs to well-dressed crowds that love to dance and celebrate

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Jazz Appreciation Month Recalls Sinatra the Activist

Saturday, April 7th, 2012
by on Playing Around

The act of a single person—even through music—can influence history. The Smithsonian We remember Frank Sinatra as perhaps the greatest singer who ever lived. Overlooked

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Eddie Bruce At Feinstein’s—Keeping the Music Alive

Sunday, October 16th, 2011
by on Playing Around

Eddie Bruce may hail from Philadelphia, but he seems right at home onstage in New York City. With a tight three-man combo behind him consisting

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Eddie Bruce’s “Feeling Good” at Feinstein’s

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
by on Playing Around

Philadelphia native and crooner extraordinaire Eddie Bruce will be making a grand return to New York City this weekend when he headlines at Feinstein’s at

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Take Ivy—Radical Fashion with a Japanese Twist

Monday, July 26th, 2010
by on Living Around

When I was an English teacher in Nagasaki, Japan in the late 70’s, a trip north to Tokyo was always exciting. Think Blade Runner– Japan

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