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The Cleveland Orchestra Announces 100th Season; Returns to Carnegie Hall; Continues Youth Free Programs

The Cleveland Orchestra and Music Director Franz Welser-Möst have announced details of the upcoming 2017-18 calendar.  The season will be the ensemble's 100th year of concerts and marks the launch of its Second Century.  It is also the 16th year of the Orchestra's acclaimed partnership with Franz Welser-Möst.

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Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Announces Major Additions to Showcase Museum’s Costume Collection

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is pleased to announce numerous iconic movie costumes it has acquired through generous donations, partial gifts, and purchase. Costume design will be one of the many motion-picture arts explored in the Museum’s inaugural exhibitions.

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Firebirds Wood Fired Grill Hits $1 Million Donation Milestone For Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation

Polished-casual restaurant Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, an Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) partner since fall 2012, surpassed $1 million in donations to the national childhood cancer foundation dedicated to raising funds for research into new treatments and cures for childhood cancers.

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Season Kicks Off Saturday, June 27 at Santa Anita Race Track and Sunday, June 28, At Walt Disney Concert Hall

California Philharmonic and the incomparable Maestro Victor Vener are turning the heat up on summer entertainment with a spectacular series of concerts featuring his world-class orchestra and a sizzling slate of special guests. The highly-anticipated season kicks off the last weekend in June.

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2014 Program Promises Enchanted Evenings of Magical Music at Southern California’s Premiere Outdoor Venue Santa Anita Race Track

April 4, 2014, Arcadia – There is a buzz that begins around this time of year; a buzz that grows steadily, accompanying the anticipation of another unforgettable summer season of concerts by Maestro Victor Vener and his California Philharmonic.

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Academy Celebrates Hollywood Costume with Private Luncheon Hosted By Annette Bening, Crystal Lourd, Gwyneth Paltrow and Elizabeth Wiatt

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hosted a private luncheon and viewing of the current exhibition, Hollywood Costume,on Wednesday, October 8, at the Wilshire May Company building—future home of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.

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Celebrating Children’s Book Week, May 4-10, The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation Present Virtual Storytelling

In anticipation of the soon to be released  children's book, "Truth and Honor: The President Ford Story," the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation is releasing an exclusive virtual storytelling experience through the eyes of award-winning children's book author and illustrator Matt Faulkner.

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The Fifth Letter Review - Page Turning Legal Thriller

The Fifth Letter, a novel by research scholar Dr. Vivian Carpenter, introduces Katherine Helena Ross, the first black female Supreme Court justice caught between her conscience and political expedience when forced to consider the most important question facing the U.S. Supreme Court today: Who is a person with inalienable rights?

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World-Class Orchestra Announces Next Year’s Exciting Summer Line-Up Beginning June 28, 2014

August 26, 2013 – It was a Cal Phil weekend full of awe-inspiring performances, music magic and a string of standing ovations that marked the conclusion of another successful summer season for the world-class orchestra and the building excitement for next year’s series.  

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California Philharmonic Moves Forward as Local 47 Musicians Union Issues Statement of Support for New Owner Pasadena Entertainment

Pasadena - With the dynamic conclusion of California Philharmonic’s 2013 summer season comes exciting news for the world class orchestra. And, as it begins the next phase of its legacy, now owned and operated by Pasadena Entertainment, California Philharmonic is moving full steam ahead with the announcement that both of its summer homes, iconic venues Santa Anita Race Track and Walt Disney Concert Hall, are on board for 2014 and beyond. 

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Join Maestro Victor Vener and His California Philharmonic Featuring Cedric Berry July 12 At Santa Anita

For Immedite Release Pasadena/Arcadia – Hold on to your hats music-fans because it's sure to be an unforgettably wild ride when Maestro Victor Vener and his California Philharmonic are joined by special guest, acclaimed bass baritone Cedric Berry, for Cowboys & Copland on July 12, 2014. 

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$12 Million To The Academy Museum Of Motion Pictures

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that it has received a $7 million gift from Dolby Laboratories to provide cutting-edge audiovisual technology in the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures' movie theaters. Additionally, the Dolby family has made a $5 million gift to the Academy Museum's capital campaign. In recognition of this gift, the Academy will name the Museum's rooftop terrace the Dolby Family Terrace.  

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  • Blood Brother Review - The Story of Rocky Braat and The Orphans He Loves

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    Blood Brother, from Roco Films and Tugg Inc, brings to the screen the story of Rocky Braat, a wandering soul who found life among the abandoned, dispossessed, orphaned AIDS children of Tamil Nadu, India.

     
  • UPDATED: 16 Dead in Mt. Everest Avalanche Kills; Climbing Season Halted

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    A deadly avalanche on Mt. Everest claimed the lives of sixteen Sherpa’s in what has become the deadliest day in the history of mountain climbing expeditions, and the annual trekking season has not officially started.

     
  • Beltway Insider: Biden Transition, Trump Pardons, Iran, COVID Surge, Dinkins, Black Friday

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    President-elect Joe Biden has been given the official greenlight by the General Services Administration to begin the transition of power freeing up government funding and more importantly providing the president elect with the President's daily security briefings.

     
  • Cut Throat City Review – Real, Authentic, Raw Truth

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    Cut Throat City, from Well Go USA Entertainment, brings to the screen an authentic and real film of life after Katrina, of limited options, of FEMA's failures, of the abandonment of New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward.

     
  • Grammy Awards: Madison Cunningham Nominated for Best Folk Album

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    Nominated for her second Grammy Award in as many years, singer-songwriter, and guitarist Madison Cunningham was nominated in the Best Folk Album category at the 64th annual Grammy announcements for the album Wednesday Extended Edition.  

  • Five Dead; Nine Injured in Ft. Lauderdale Airport Shooting

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    A lone gunman has been taken into custody at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood Florida, Airport after firing multiple shots killing five and injuring nine. Real time tweets from former Presidential Press Secretary Ari Fleischer provided actual, real time, credible information.

     
  • CODA Review – Heartwarming, A Feel-Good Film

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    CODA, from APPLETV+, presents the story of life for a hearing child of deaf adults, as she navigates her own struggles trying to find her place in the world, and the ingrained obligations for her family.

     
  • Beauty, Style: Three Overnight Beauty Treatments Products Worth a Look

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    Wouldn’t it be nice if you could wake up each morning with glowing, youthful skin? Although, sleep can help achieve that, typically it isn’t enough. For help, here are three ideas that will help achieve radiate skin.