Tall sailing ships herald New Orleans' 300th anniversary

Apr 19, 2018

The arrival of old-style ships with towering masts and billowing sails kicks off a week of events heralding the 300th anniversary of New Orleans

Review: The show rolls on for Old Crow Medicine Show

Apr 19, 2018

Music Review: Old Crow Medicine Show keeps its buskers-on-steroids vibe rolling on 'Volunteer' but shines brightest on ballads that show off some of the best songwriting its members have ever done

Olympic great Walsh Jennings announces beach volleyball tour

Apr 19, 2018

Five-time Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings has announced plans for her new beach volleyball circuit that will bring a sports and music festival to eight cities

High winds delay opening of Coachella festival camping

Apr 19, 2018

High wind warnings and advisories are posted for Southern California's mountains and deserts, and the blustery gusts are impacting people with plans to arrive early for the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

Eccentric German-Israeli artist Max Weinberg dies aged 90

Apr 19, 2018

German-Israeli artist Max Weinberg, best known for his large, colorful paintings and distinctive personal appearance, has died

Some male sexual assault victims feel left behind by #MeToo

Apr 19, 2018

Some male sexual assault victims feel left behind by #MeToo, admiring the women for speaking out but wondering if they will ever receive the same level of empathy and understanding

420's long, strange trip to pot holiday began in California

Apr 18, 2018

Where are The Waldos? Not far from the San Francisco Bay Area high school where in 1971 the five buddies' search for a marijuana patch gave birth to the term 420, now the date for marijuana's high holiday and universal slang for smoking weed.

Merkel condemns attack on 2 men wearing skullcaps in Germany

Apr 18, 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has sharply condemned a street assault in Berlin on two young men wearing Jewish skullcaps that has stoked the debate about anti-Semitism in the country

Groups partner to increase lagging US orchestra diversity

Apr 18, 2018

Hoping to increase diversity in American orchestras, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is making a $1.8 million grant over four years to three organizations joining together for a new initiative

Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban to host the Tonys this summer

Apr 18, 2018

Pop singers-turned-Broadway-stars Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will co-host this summer's Tony Awards

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