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Critic’s Notebook: A Boston Biennial Celebrates the Baroque Tradition
The biennial Boston Early Music Festival last week drew on home-grown and international talent.
ArtsBeat: Another Wide-Ranging White Light Festival From Lincoln Center
The 2013 Lincoln Center White Light Festival will open on Oct. 24 with a free concert by the Campbell Brothers.
Music Review: Orchestra of the League of Composers Takes On a Challenge
The Orchestra of the League of Composers/I.S.C.M. performed two world premieres as part of its Monday program at the Miller Theater.
ArtsBeat: New Group’s New Season Includes Beth Henley, Thomas Bradshaw Plays
Beth Henley’s “Jacksonian” and Thomas Bradshaw’s “Intimacy” will be part of the New Group’s 2013-14 season.
ArtsBeat: Astrodome, Vineyard Lighthouse on List of Most Endangered Places
National Trust for Historic Preservation named the Astrodome in Houston and a lighthouse on Martha’s Vineyard as two of the most endangered places in the United States.
In Overhaul, ‘Today’ Show Director Gets a New Title
Joe Michaels, who has been the director for 18 years, was given a new job last week that portends more change to come.
Theater Review: A ‘Comedy of Errors’ Unfolds in the ’40s, With Fedoras
The Shakespeare in the Park production of “The Comedy of Errors,” directed by Daniel Sullivan, moves this mistaken-identity farce to a locale straight out of “Guys and Dolls.”
Johnny Smith, Venerable Jazz Guitarist, Dies at 90
Mr. Smith’s biggest hit, “Walk Don’t Run,” became famous in covers by other bands, notably the Ventures. Mr. Smith, the writer of “Walk, Don’t Run,” gave up his career in 1958 to care for his daughter.
ArtsBeat: Christie’s London Auction Brings Modest Art and Modest Sales
Kandinsky’s “Studie ze Improvisation 3’’ and Modgiliani’s 1916 portrait of the art dealer Paul Guillaume topped the auction.
Humanities Committee Sounds an Alarm
A report to Congress on the state of the humanities defends a field that is falling out of favor on campuses.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘Futurama’ Begins Its Final Season on Comedy Central
The animated “Futurama” begins its final season on Wednesday on Comedy Central.
Theater Review: ‘Requiem for Black Marie’ Finds Brecht Wanting
In Sara Farrington’s “Requiem for Black Marie,” it’s Bertolt Brecht’s women who do all the heavy lifting of authorship.
Debut of ‘New Day’ Fails to Increase CNN’s Morning Audience
On its first day, the audience for the revamped show was smaller than that for the previous show.
Money and Morals Sharing the Stage With Shakespeare
“What Are We Worth? Shakespeare, Money and Morals” was billed as a town hall discussion at the Delacorte Theater.
A Word With: Rick Moranis: Rick Moranis Discusses His New Album, ‘My Mother’s Brisket’
Rick Moranis stops worrying about being “too Jewish” on a new comedy album.
Dance Review: ‘Swan Lake’ Returns to American Ballet Theater
Kevin McKenzie’s staging of “Swan Lake” returns to the Metropolitan Opera House with American Ballet Theater’s Polina Semionova and David Hallberg dancing the leads.
Dance Review: Rebecca Lazier’s ‘Coming Together/Attica’ Evokes 1971 Riot
Rebecca Lazier’s “Coming Together/Attica,” evoking the 1971 Attica Prison riot, was danced at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.
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