Monday Dec 2
Demisch Danant Presents Maria Pergay: the 1970s, Now thru 12/8
On view in the gallery's stand at Design Miami/, the exhibition comprises a selection of Maria Pergay 's most iconic works of the 1970s, set in a Parisian-style domestic environment at the fair and accompanied by early fiber works of the 1970s by esteemed Paris-based American artist Sheila Hicks In 1968, Maria Pergay presented her first collection ... (more)
Deaf-Born Singer David Serero to Bring All I Care About is Love to the Bernstein Theater, 12/19
David Serero , the internationally-renowned baritone known for his performances on world stages in theater and opera, will make his New York City, Off-Broadway debut this year with a one-night-only holiday concert -- David Serero : ALL I CARE ABOUT IS LOVE -- on Thursday, December 19 at 8 pm in the Bernstein Theater in New York City.
Demisch Danant to Present Maria Pergay: the 1970 at Design Miami, 12/3-8
Demisch Danant is pleased to announce Maria Pergay: The 1970s, an exhibition devoted to a pivotal period in the career of the renowned French designer.
Symphony plays Copland, Korngold 'folk' lovelies
Saturday's concert by the Springfield Symphony bursts with music inspired by folk tunes, street music and popular dances.
Teachable Moments: McBride was the 'first lady of radio'
In 1957, Mike Wallace interviewed Mary Margaret McBride on his interview show. For more than 20 years McBride had been the doyen of daytime radio with her 1 o'clock show that connected millions through her interviews, recipes and advice.
Zeppelin Ride Offers Panoramic View of Paris
Paris never runs out of ideas to entertain visitors. As summer was in full sway in September, the passenger zeppelin Airship Paris was launched in the Aeroprte de Pontoise north of Paris.