Selena J. Killeen

Florida survives punitive performance in TCU painting

The Texas Christian women’s basketball team, at one point early in their game against the Gators, was shooting 63 percent from the field, but the Horned Frogs were unable to secure the victory. How is it possible? The answer is turnaround. Every 22. Florida (7-3) came away with a 63-54 …

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Review: An ambitious project returns to the Philharmonie

After a long delay, Joan Tower’s “1920/2019” premiered on Friday by the New York Philharmonic at Alice Tully Hall. It was worth the wait for this 14-minute work from one of America’s most eminent composers – who, at 83, is still so inventive. The piece is part of Project 19, …

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Milwaukee Bucks dedicate interview room to former broadcaster Jim Paschke

A much larger-than-normal crowd gathered at the back of the main interview room at the Fiserv Forum as Mike Budenholzer held his pre-game press conference on Saturday night before the Milwaukee Bucks faced off against the Miami Heat. One of the spectators, seated in the last row of tables, was …

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‘Extraordinary and Influential’ Playwright Robert Holman Dies Aged 69 | Theater

Robert Holman, the playwright’s playwright who was revered for his finely crafted, extremely insightful and humane dramas, has died at the age of 69. His death on Friday evening was announced by the agency. Casarotto Ramsay & Associates who called him an “extraordinary playwright and extraordinary human being”. Among the …

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Grizzlies focus on Mavs after record performances

The Memphis Grizzlies are building on the momentum from a record-breaking victory in their Saturday night clash against host Dallas Mavericks. The Grizzlies recorded their third straight, season-high win, emphatically, shattering for a 152-79 rout of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. The 73-point victory margin was the largest in …

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Former San Antonio Symphony Music Director goes on strike

The former musical director of the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra speaks out on the strike by symphonic musicians and the stalled contract negotiations. SAN ANTONIO – Former musical director of the San Antonio Symphony who served with the orchestra for ten years, from 2010 to 2020, shares his perspective on …

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The City Theater presents “Home for the Holidays … Welcome!” “- City Express Bag

The City Theater was back last weekend to wrap up its 2021 season with “Home for the Holidays… Welcome Back,” a live-streamed show consisting of nine short, vacation-themed plays accompanied by new monologues. The second series of performances will take place from Thursday, December 2 to Sunday, December 5 at …

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Great Game, Poor Performance – When Doesn’t a Bad Frame Rate Really Matter?

Image: Rising Star Games It seems like no game release is safe these days without frame rate graphics and resolutions being counted. That’s fair enough, as games need to be delivered in a proficient and playable state, but it’s easy to forget that we are often spoiled in this modern …

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Cunard and Pacific Symphony announce new partnership – Cruise Industry News

Cunard announced a partnership with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra in Orange County, becoming its official cruise line. “We are delighted to partner with the Pacific Symphony, a beloved cultural gem in Orange County,” the cruise line wrote. According to a press release, Cunard is sponsoring the organization’s first Box Circle …

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The omicron variant was found in 24 countries

Updated December 1, 2021, 2:13 p.m. ET The omicron variant of the coronavirus has now been found in two dozen countries and the World Health Organization says while there is still a lot to be learned about the new strain, there is no indication that existing COVID-19 vaccines will not …

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