These single mothers planned it that way.
Q&A: The Man Behind the Controls Talks About Channel 11, the WFMT Flap, Funding of the Arts, and the Future of Television
Is she a blast of hot wind, or a breath of fresh air?
And what is the medical establishment doing about it?
THE FAIRY QUEEN Les Arts Florissants at the Civic Opera House May 13 DIOCLESIAN, OR THE PROPHETESS Music of the Baroque at Grace Lutheran Church May 22 The musical world […]
SYMPHONY II at Pick-Staiger Hall Compare symphonic apples to apples, and Symphony II, whose core consists of Lyric and Grant Park orchestra players, comes out very well. Just as Chicago […]
The Sexual Politics of Breast Cancer
The first thing Temma Abrams wants you to understand is that the two groups are not the same. Many of the instrumentalists still play at Lyric Opera and in Grant […]
MUSIC OF THE BAROQUE at Grace Lutheran Church February 17 Along with Beethoven and Brahms, J.S. Bach has long been elevated to the status of musical deity, one of the […]
A Four-Part Colloquy Conducted by Bryan Miller
ENSEMBLE D’ACCORD at the Academy of Movement and Music November 10 One of the great pleasures of chamber music lies in tracking the progress of a group of musicians from […]
“All of us are stars. Some are greater stars, and some are smaller stars. It’s like a constellation. If you’re Orion, and you’re the belt in Orion, then you’re Mr. […]
Who won the Symphony strike?
A 1991 Q & A with David Axelrod, the hottest political consultant between the coasts.
Thanks to an important legal victory and changing attitudes among young MDs, chiropractors are beginning to get some respect–but old ideas die hard.