Tag Archives: Public

Essential Arts: A violinist's royal wedding call, L.A.'s disappeared public art, 'Soft Power' debuts

Composer Ellen Reid has been in demand recently, and her latest commission, the historically inspired “dreams of the new world,” by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, made it clear why. “Reid’s score is wildly inventive,” writes Times classical music critic Mark Swed, “leaving little question about what all the fuss over her music is about.” The libretto, however, is uneven, ...

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Meek Mill Makes First Public Appearance Since Prison Release at 76ers Game

Meek Mill has made his first public appearance since being freed from prison earlier today. The Philadelphia native, who was being held in a prison in Pennsylvania, was released on bail. He’s arrived at the Philadelphia 76ers’ game against the Miami Heat—the rapper’s first Instagram post since his release was a shout out to the Sixers. Michael Rubin, the team’s ...

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News: Heathrow moves to next planning phase as public consultation closes

The next phase of planning for Heathrow expansion is set to commence following engagement with thousands of local people during the first round of the airport’s major community consultation. Heathrow’s first consultation on its planning proposals for expansion saw thousands of residents visit 40 events held in local communities neighbouring the airport and across London, Surrey and the Thames Valley. ...

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