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Saturday night's concert by the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra featured, as its opening and closing numbers, two well-loved works from the romantic repertoire, with more idiosyncratic offerings occupying the program's interior positions.
Music Review: From the days when he exploded out of North Carolina with the alt-country band Whiskeytown to his growth into 1 of Americana's great songwriters, Ryan Adams has always floated just below superstar status
Been meaning to read Colson Whitehead’s “The Underground Railroad” or perhaps Alice Hoffman’s “Faithful” but just haven’t had the time? Some of last year’s best books were also wonderful audiobooks, whose readers captured the emotion,...
A few years ago, Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo was trying to get her life going. Her solo career was in its formative stages, which is a polite way of saying nothing was really happening. One night, drunk at a birthday party where she knew no one, she jumped onstage and sung with the band. This...
So much of medical education is based on the following dictum: "see one, do one, teach one." Drawing blood. Lancing an abscess. Suturing a laceration. Sticking a needle into the jugular vein. Like most doctors in training, I saw one,...