By Olivia Vanni | [email protected] | Boston Herald PUBLISHED: April 20, 2019 at 5:05 pm | UPDATED: April 20, 2019 at 5:31 pm The Boston Arts Academy Foundation is gearing up for its annual Honors bash and it’s already expecting a few stars to make an appearance. The upcoming fête, which is taking place at the InterContinental Boston on May 4, will … [Read more...] about Kevin Sussman, Diane Guerrero going to Boston Arts Academy Honors bash
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opinion Chuck Bennett Special to The Detroit News Published 5:03 PM EDT Apr 11, 2019 Hair Wars returns with a musical twist Hair Wars, the annual touring event that was started in Detroit in 1991 by David Humphries and is probably the biggest hair show in the United States, is presenting “The Return of the Musical.” On April 28, more than 40 professional … [Read more...] about Society Confidential: Hair Wars returns with a musical twist
opinion The Detroit News Published 10:45 PM EDT Mar 13, 2019 EV owners get gas tax break I remain curious about the gas tax as it is blatantly unfair to support electric vehicles and punish those using internal combustion engines. Note that Macron tried this in France and the residents didn’t respond well. We should be ready to consider a tax on miles … [Read more...] about Letters: Other views on gas tax, free college, art
Directing a pack of American teens and pre-teens is quite an education.Wales-born and New York City-based playwright and director Mêlisa Annis is learning loads, including a tutorial on the YouTube phenomenon of “unboxing,” where children watch videos of other kids open boxes of computer games and other products.This is the stuff of “Roald Dahl’s … [Read more...] about Tony Award-winning ‘Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical’ to open in Colorado Springs
Terracotta amphora, c490 BCE. Courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Armand D’Angour is associate professor in classics and a fellow of Jesus College at the University of Oxford. His books include The Greeks and the New: Novelty in Ancient Greek Imagination and Experience (2011) and Music, Text, and Culture in Ancient Greece (2018), co-edited with Tom … [Read more...] about Can we know what music sounded like in Ancient Greece?