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“I saw in their eyes something I was to see over and over in every part of the nation — a burning desire to go, to move, to get under way ... nearly every American hungers to move.” — John Steinbeck, from “Travels With...
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Dorotha Colliver Thompson, 88, died June 20, 2011. A native of Carlisle, Ky., she was the daughter of the late Howard and Willie Barr Colliver. Dorotha has packed a myriad of interesting and diversified pursuits into her busy life. She has been an...
Here come old flattop he come grooving up slowly He got joo-joo eyeball he one holy roller — The Beatles, “Come Together” In all the books and magazine articles I’ve read about Ronald Reagan, I had never come across this weird...
100 years ago — 1911 Tidbits of Danville news include: The Queen and Crescent Route is installing a telephone line along its railway system. The telephone will be ready for service in two months; Lost — karat diamond. It came out of a ring...
Though its population hovers at just 8 million, Israel has become a powerhouse in nurturing high-caliber jazz talent. Chicago concertgoers are well acquainted with Anat Cohen, the uncommonly versatile Israeli clarinetist who's based in New York and...
Chicago jazz musician Miguel de la Cerna likes to refer to himself as "your basic piano player, commercial musician," but that modest self-assessment greatly understates the case. De la Cerna proved the point dramatically last year, when he partnered...
When singer-pianist Diane Schuur headlined at the Jazz Showcase last week, she wasn't the most commanding player on stage. At leat not whenever Chicago saxophonist Pat Mallinger stepped up to solo. Each time he brought the mouthpiece to his lips,...
In 1959, Astor Piazzolla – a genius of tango composition and performance – released "Take Me Dancing," an album he later deemed an artistic "sin." The jazz-inspired recording, which Piazzolla had hoped would enable him to break through to...
During the past year, Chicago listeners have heard trumpeter Victor Garcia in more musical contexts than any single player could be expected to master. He hit hard in drummer Dana Hall's band at the Green Mill last month; debuted his own feisty, full-...
This weekend could be one for the record books, with an extraordinary confluence of major vocalists converging on our stages. Though they span a wide stylistic swath – from blues to jazz to classic pop and beyond – the level of singing...
On stage, he was a volcano, torrents of sound pouring from the bell of his tenor saxophone. In person, he couldn't be gentler, a soft-spoken jazz giant who nurtured generations of musicians and, therefore, enhanced Chicago's stature as a nexus of...
Last year was a volatile one for the inimitable Chicago drummer-bandleader-composer Dana Hall. With the considerable help of ace arts administrator Kate Dumbleton, Hall had rejuvenated the Chicago Jazz Ensemble, which William Russo had created at...
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