LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL Emile Sande (Universal) There’s no doubt Scottish siren Emile Sande was the pop diva breakthrough o of 2012.
In the early afternoon of Sept. 11, 1973, with Chile’s presidential palace in the pall of a coup d’tat’s smoke and gunfire, President Salvador Allende, the world’s first democratically elected Marxist President, bid his country farewell in a radio address and, after ordering the palace defenders to surrender, entered the Independence Hall alone
You’ve gone to take the famous waters in the southwestern English city of Bath. And if there’s anything more relaxing than a hot swirling mineral soak, it’s following your wallowing with strong drink and hearty fare
The post office is gone.
A lot of little misses at Davies Hall may yet make a hit Building a large concert hall is one of the grand gambles a city can make. The latest to try its luck is San Francisco, which opened Louise M.
Mrs. Levy Mayer, widow of the celebrated Chicago attorney who died a year ago, presented $500,000 to Northwestern University for the erection of a new Law School building
Fresh off their 27th World Series win, the New York Yankees will take a victory lap through lower Manhattan on the morning of Nov. 6.
He got a standing ovation before the orchestra even played a single note.