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The Metropolitan Opera Exciting 2010-11 Season Announcement


Seven New Productions, Including Two Met Premieres, Headline the Met’s 2010-11 Season, Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of James Levine’s Company Debut. New production of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen by Robert Lepage, conducted by Levine, begins with Das Rheingold and Die Walküre. John Adams’s Nixon in China, directed by Peter Sellars, and Rossini’s Le Comte […]

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Tidbit – “American Century”


  Harry Luce, co-founder of Time-Life (now Time Warner) in 1948. In 2010, Alan Brinkley at Columbia University published Henry Luce and His American Century, reviewed by the New York Times. This concept was an extension of the concept of Manifest Destiny which was put forth by Alfred Thayer Mahan and Rear Admiral Stephen Bleecker […]

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Existing Funds (2015/16) FB Page Purpose Info Date Chair Amt. Invest. Bauer Mental Health/Disab. HP 9/15 Bill Bauer/BD 33,137 Fid.50% Caribbean HP N/A Geneive M./GA 0 Fid.40% Hellenic Greek/Migrant Youth HP 11/15 Georgia N./GA 4,400 Fid.40% Manjushree Tibetan Orphans-India HP 4/16 Kazuko H./OIWW 0 Fid.40% Sri Lanka Children/Education   3/15 Sunil Herath/BD 500 Fid.40% TOTAL […]

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Spotlight on the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater

New York, N.Y. Modern dance with a Latin Touch, a “Latin Classicism,” dance styles including salsa, meringue, and tango with European and American classical music. This is the essence of the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater (AGDT), which will be performing Primavera April 17 and 18 at the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center. “Primavera” is a spring […]

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