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The thousands of locks that cling like barnacles to the Pont des Arts in Paris have become a symbol of danger, rather than love, after a chunk of fencing fell off under their weight. The fencing tumbled late Sunday on the pedestrian bridge, which
She is a Graduate of The Julliard School (where she also met her husband). Now, one of tv and film's successful leading ladies has received an Honorary Doctorate from the prestigious school. Check out Viola Davis keeping it regal inside 48-Year-Old
Singing in front of large crowds is nothing new for Renee Fleming. But next Sunday she will experience something new, singing for hundreds of millions on television as she becomes the first opera singer to sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl.
A monthly print and digital literary journal, The American Reader , is celebrating Music & Literature on the occasion of its second issue, which explores the work of Laszlo Krasznahorkai , Bela Tarr and Max Neumann . The night also features a private
FOX Smith, Bryan,, Freelance The prime suspect in the 2004 murder of Julliard student Sarah Fox plans to go to police to turn over the name of the true killer he says came to him in a psychic vision. Dimitry Sheinman, 47, will visit the 34th Precinct
Read more share this story Since her 2004 debut album Get Away From Me , musician Nellie McKay has proved herself to be astonishingly versatile. The London-born, New York-raised songstress can change genres during the running time of a single tune. "
Reporters Without Borders Loses Exemplary Correspondent in Jules Koum Koum, Killed in Car Accident 5 November 2011 Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-Francois Julliard, the head of the organization's Africa Desk, Ambroise Pierre, and
Weis makes music from everyday sounds "I knew everyone would immediately think of those Jingle Bells' dogs, so I made these dogs sound like they went to Julliard."...Those in town who are familiar with him are art-scene folks; his sound art has made
No Less Dangerous Than Muammar Gaddafi or Bashar Al-Assad Alex Hamilton 16 September 2011 analysis Ten years ago, on 18 September 2001, the entire world's eyes were still turned to New York, the target of Al Qaeda's devastating attacks the previous
First published 57 minutes ago Updated 57 minutes ago About 100 student musicians from across the country and the world have gathered at Snow College in Ephraim this week for the 7th Annual Julliard Jazz Workshop. The students came from more than a