Arts & Entertainment
You might think the "Snow Globe" at the Orpheum Children's Science Museum is a huge glass enclosure with snow inside. But it's actually a winter wonderland inside the historic Orpheum theater, with several activities.
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The recital by mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard and guitarist Sharon Isbin on Nov. 14 in the Foellinger Great Hall had its musical pleasures and its enchanting moments, but it also was a frustrating labyrinth of shaky communication.
C.U. Bands and Fans' Terry Brown chats with KVN TAJZEA:
How did you get to the point of doing a CD release, and how does it feel to have this accomplishment?
Thunderstorms. Shoulder rubs. Backyard barbecue. Great movies. These are a few of my favorite things.
What a beautiful movie John Crowley has made in "Brooklyn," the adaptation of Colm Toibin's 2009 novel. This loving look back to early 1950s America and one young Irish girl's immigrant experience is a gorgeously rendered slice of nostalgia that will make viewers ache for a simpler time.
TUSCOLA — Tuscola Tourism will bring Laura Keyes to the Douglas County Museum on Dec. 5 for a Christmas presentation on author Laura Ingalls Wilder.
PODCAST: Marching Illini Director Barry Houser from New York City: Play now!
Marching Illini Director Barry Houser checks in from New York City as the band prepares to perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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