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Our 10,000 kilometer, kosher Trans-Siberian honeymoon

We were excited to meet young Jews from the city ... a brief moment of panic thinking we would not be able to put together a festive (and filling) meal for the holiday of Simchat Torah. The crisis was ... read more

Adirondack Theatre Festival toasts the past and the future

GLENS FALLS — It has been 25 years since a trio of New York City 20-something friends decided to the leave ... how huge the seed they planted in 1994 at an outdoor theater in a Lake George RV park wou... read more

Another Planet Entertainment Marks 15 Years of Business in the San Francisco Bay

on Telegraph Avenue in Oakland, where the gorgeous Fox Theater anchors the city’s downtown; and at Golden Gate Park, where on Aug. 10, APE will open the gates to a city erected within the greenery as ... read more

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Neon dreams: 16 old movie theater marquees around the Bay Area

Opened in 1927, the Avenue Theatre survived the era of decline of the city’s movie palaces in the ... and you can learn more here. Oakland boasts a trio of restored movie palaces, and the Grand Lake i... read more


History of prog: The Nice, Emerson Lake & Palmer, and other bands of the 1970s.

along with brief bios. Listen along to this series with Weigel’s Spotify playlist. The death of real rock ‘n’ roll began one morning in 1964, at the Organ Center in the southern England city of Portsm... read more

After 44 years, RC's says goodbye to its East Side birthplace

"It's got a ton of history. I get tons and tons of people ... like Water Street Brewery, which opened as the city's first brew pub in 1987 – and that's when family member Mike Foy stepped in. "So, 200... read more

Mini reviews of 'Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood,' 'Support the Girls' and '2001' re-release

Rated: R for language and brief nudity. Theater: Lagoon. This comedy is the perfect bait-and-switch. Its light, sweetly frisky exterior and easygoing pace camouflage what a subtle and brilliant piece ... read more

The 50 Greatest Hawai'i Albums of All Time

Originally from Moloka'i, Helm learned to play and sing falsetto at St. Louis High School in the late '60s, under the tutelage of Kahauanu Lake. After a short career ... Sections include a brief Hawai... read more

Cosmic Conception During Oregon Eclipse? A San Francisco Man Seeks A Mate

Descriptive and specific wording leaves no ambiguity for what any prospective respondent should expect at the meeting. "In a brief moment of ecstasy, we will understand everything, and together, creat... read more

Two games, two ballparks: One day in Chicago

On such a day, the rich tapestry of baseball history in Chicago ... giving the scene a festival-like flavor. Down on the South Side, 35th Street is pretty wide-open and people drive on it as such. Bat... read more

Your Brain on Politics: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Liberals and Conservatives

That’s like saying there’s a “rollercoaster affinity gene” or a “Mint-Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Gene” (ßif ... on the personality of the dominant leaders at that point in history, and attract people wh... read more

Promising Brewers prospects score success in the Arizona Fall League

Hiura is the first Brewers player to be named MVP in the 17-year history of the award ... he adapted quickly to the pen with the Bulldogs and now Milwaukee. After a brief stop in Arizona after being d... read more



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