Thursday Mar 13
The Greenville News
Variety of bands coming for popular downtown Greenville concerts
Bass thumping, hand clapping, crowd pleasing live music is coming back to downtown Greenville.
Man's Mobile Home Flag Causing Tension In Neighborhood
A Ku Klux Klan flag is proudly flying in A South Florida neighborhood. Its presence is causing tension among neighbors.
Talks About Nothing
A few years ago, the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City began holding a series of public conversations on one of the world's most complex and challenging topics: nothing.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Museum of the Earth Connection: PRI giving away tickets to see Glass
The Paleontological Research Institution is proud to sponsor a one-time performance by Philip Glass, the world-renowned composer and pianist, with special guest Tim Fain, at the State Theatre on Saturday.
Five questions with Fred Frith
Experimental music icon Fred Frith will be performing solo at Trinosophes this week in what will be the multi-instrumentalist's first Detroit performance in his decades-spanning career.
Artist on Artist: Experimental guitarist Fred Frith talks to experimental filmmaker Lori Felker
Fred Frith is a giant of the avant-garde. Among experimental guitarists, perhaps only Derek Bailey , Henry Kaiser , and Sonny Sharrock can be considered his peers.
Anchorage Daily News
Mekoryuk residents want larger musk oxen harvest
Some 82 people in the village signed a petition asking for an allocation of more musk oxen for residents of Mekoryuk, KYUK reported.