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Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Fine arts

Michéle Ramo World Jazz Orchestra celebrates Kerrytown Concert House anniversary

BY CAROLYN DARR

The set will feature Ramos on the mandolin, guitar and violin, Hepler singing and Howard Alden, a jazz guitarist from New York, on guitar and banjo.

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Art, the cure for disconnected Wi-Fi

BY ALEX BERNARD

I’d attend plays, write fiction and watch comedy. Sure, my link to new pictures of my dog was severed, but something new remained. Something more important.

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Beethoven classics come to festival at the U

BY COSMO PAPPAS

Those who attend this event will be in the expert hands of Lipsky, Watts and the AASO’s musicians, as they experience the play of ecstasy and calm, triumph and solemnity, in these celebrated compositions.

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'The Fever' is both frightening and philosophical

BY CHLOE GILKE

“The Fever” is a wonderful dichotomy. It manages to be both a fun mystery and an interesting dissection of the dangers of femininity.

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'We Were Liars' delivers hard truths

Delacorte Press

BY ALEX BERNARD

In E. Lockhart’s new novel, the pieces to the puzzle are tossed out the metaphorical window and replaced with square pegs that just don’t seem to fit into the round holes, at least as far as the reader is concerned.

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Stephen Parker Captures All Aspects of Playwright in 'Bertolt Brecht: A Literary Life'

BY COSMO PAPPAS

Stephen Parker powerfully evokes Brecht’s life within a set of historical circumstances, without sacrificing the complexity of one to the other, in “Bertolt Brecht: A Literary Life.”

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You can hear the students sing in 'Les Mis'

BY ALEX BERNARD

“Les Miserables” opened on Broadway in 1987. The show won eight Tony Awards, and now, through the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, the legendary musical comes to Michigan.

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