Remarks By Attorney General Eric Holder Announcing His Plans To Depart Justice Department
Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 25, 2014
I come to this moment with very mixed emotions. Proud of what the men and women of the Department of Justice have accomplished over the last six years and, at the same time, very sad that I will not be a formal part of the great things that this department and this President will accomplish over the next two.
Ain’t No Mountain High for Diana Ross at Thunder Valley
by Chris Narloch
Concertgoers will have a rare opportunity to bask in the presence of greatness this Saturday evening, Sept. 27, when the Diva of Detroit, Diana Ross, performs live in the Outdoor Amphitheater at Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln, for one show only.
You’ll want to “Reach Out And Touch (Somebody’s Hand)” during the show, and you’re sure to have a “Love Hangover” after listening to Diana – that’s Ms. Ross to you – sing hit after glorious hit.
Melissa Etheridge Previews New Album "This Is M.E." at Grass Valley Show
Story and photos by Colt McGraw
In 1993 Rock & Roll Supershero, Melissa Etheridge broke onto the scene with her No. 1 smash hit "I'm The Only One." This earned her respect around the world and made huge strides for women, especially lesbians.
Today she is touring the country while anxiously awaiting the release of her newest album, "This Is M.E." Fortunately, for those lucky enough to have caught her show in Grass Valley at The Center for the Arts, the performance showcased her true "Solo" talent.
“Cher” Hosts Headliner Neon Hitch at Red Dress Party
It is time to put on that red dress, and accessorize it with some attitude, because “Cher” will be there throwing plenty of attitude right back at you at the third annual Sacramento Red Dress Party.
Nadya Ginsburg, “the woman of a thousand voices,” will host the evening as “Cher.” Ginsburg’s transformation into the legendary icon will leave you amazed by her ability to impersonate, earning her accolades by the likes of Perez Hilton, who called her a “genius” and by Roseanne Barr, who simply says, “brilliant.”
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.”
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