Heroism and Elegance Kicks Off Camellia Symphony’s 52nd Season
The Camellia Symphony Orchestra (CSO) begins its 52nd Season with Heroism and Elegance, a beautiful and very celebratory evening including the Little Suite by Polish composer Witold Lutoslawski and Beethoven’s powerful Symphony No. 3 (Eroica).
First on the program is Lutoslawski’s the Little Suite. “2014 marks the 20th anniversary of his death, and even though he is not well known in the U.S., he was one of the most important composers of the 20th century and he is highly celebrated in Europe,” said Christian Baldini, the Camellia Symphony Orchestra’s music director and conductor. “His Little Suite uses folk melodies from a village near Cracow that are transformed throughout the piece, which runs about 12 minutes in length.”
Martina McBride set to sing at Thunder Valley
by Chris Narloch
As the lone brunette on the country charts, Martina McBride is surrounded by a bunch of blondes.
Her hair color isn’t the only thing that sets McBride apart from Taylor, Carrie, and Miranda, however.
A Doc Full of Dicks
by Chris Narloch
How do men feel about their penises? (No jokes, please.) The answers to that question turn out to be as varied as the male members on display in Dick, a new documentary featuring short interviews with 63 naked men – from monks to transsexuals, and ex-marines to designers.
First-time director Brian Fender posted an ad on Craigslist inviting strangers into his home: “WANTED: Anonymous Naked Male Subjects to appear on camera for interviews.”
John Rechy: On the Gay Sensibility
By Frank Pizzoli
Born erudite, John Rechy, 83, is the author of twelve novels and three non-fiction works. He was raised Mexican-American in El Paso, Texas at a time when Latino children were routinely segregated.
He was assumed to be Anglo because of his light skin. A teacher “changed” his name from Juan to John.
Mounting Silver to Fight ISIS - Americans Are Sick of This
By Glenn Mollette
When I was a child I never got tired of watching the television program The Lone Ranger. He always rode in on his white horse Silver to save the day
Most Americans are sick and tired of watching the Middle East drama about Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. Few Americans want to go to these God forsaken places and chance survival. Yet, already we have several hundred boots on the ground and we are sending more to organize Iraqi troops.
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