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Los Angeles TimesAcross Southern California, sky watchers assembled Tuesday afternoon for a chance to view the last-in-a-lifetime transit of Venus. They donned protective glasses and peered into filtered telescopes to watch the planet as it crossed in front of the sun...
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelSome of the most extreme performances in Central Florida – both the best and worst — on the third-grade reading FCAT tests released today came from charter schools. In Central Florida, two charter schools posted some of the highest passing...
The Festival of the Arts gave a sneak peek Monday of the 2012 Pageant of the Masters, "The Genius." Media gathered around an empty chess set as soldiers marched in the scene for "Waterloo Chess Set," which depicts the epic battle between Emperor Napoleon...
1939:Eugene O'Neill writes "The Iceman Cometh," an epic American play set in Harry Hope's New York bar. It premieres on Broadway in 1946. 1986: Brian Dennehy plays the lead in Goodman Theatre artistic director Robert Falls' production of "Galileo," the...
TribLocal - EvanstonEnjoy free theatrical performances at Evanston Public Library on Friday, May 11, Saturday, May 12 and Sunday, May 13. All performances will take place in …...
1. W.Va. First Friday to host Nashville duo Nashville duo the Twangtown Paramours will perform Friday, April 6. 7:30 p.m., open mic sign-up. A one-hour open mic precedes the featured artists. Trinity Church Orchard House, 4599 Shepherdstown Road, (W.Va....
The human race has shown a remarkable capacity throughout history to ignore physical reality and embrace demonstrably false facts. When Galileo was bold enough to assert the sun rather than the earth was the center of the universe he was put under...
A trip through any of Tchaikovsky's later symphonies is a trip indeed. The Russian composer goes from the tragic to the triumphant, from the reverent to the dejected and doleful. Listening to them is an exercise of the mind into the glories of a past...
Tags: Music, Arts and Culture, Culture, Music, Entertainment
One could call it a concert of the masters. A mastery of the piano, intimate and serene. A performance of the master's symphony, with all its shades of grandeur, subtle and striking. Inspiration from a master of science, whose celestial revelations...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Music, Concerts, Documentary (genre)
Earle Havens can almost hear their voices. Each time Havens steps inside the George Peabody Library, he senses the muted exclamations, the murmured back-and-forth of a conversation that's been going on now for more than two millennia. In one corner,...
Albert Einstein once said the reason he was able to accomplish so much was because he had "stood on the shoulders of giants" like Newton and Galileo. The Nobel Prize-winning physicist's remark was a reminder how much scientists depend on discoveries...
Tags: Research, Human Body, Government, Bird Flu, Albert Einstein
January Sky For a more detailed tour of the nighttime sky listen to "Skylights" at antpod.com by Chris Kopco of the Brish Planetarium. There are many bright stars and constellations in the January evening sky. The bright winter stars are above...
Tags: Astronomy, Johannes Kepler, Science
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