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The Antelope Valley Community Concerts Association’s 2021-22 season continues, on Sunday, with Quarteto Nuevo, a four-piece ensemble that merges Western Classical, Eastern European Folk, Latin and Jazz with an organic feel that packs a wallop.

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale City Library has announced the schedule for the weekly in-person winter Storytime sessions that will run from Feb. 1 through March 23.  

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In the new Netflix movie “The Royal Treatment,” the chief of staff for the prince of a fictional European country accidentally calls a run-down salon in the Bronx to schedule a haircut for His Royal Highness, Prince Thomas. Upon hearing who he says he works for, Izzy, the owner of said salon…

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale City Library now has several “Storytime to go Kits” available to patrons for checkout.

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The Bullfrogg Blues Band will take the stage on Jan. 22 at the Palmdale Playhouse. Although they have been a staple in local music for years, this is the first time BBB will bringing their distinct sound to the Playhouse.

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Worthy of Grammy recognition, The Weeknd’s new album, “Dawn FM” is a  dance floor cure for woes within and without.

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Last week, on the eve of entering 2022, I stated my perspective on this new year. While I’m generally a positive person, my view certainly isn’t the only one.

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Jason Bateman was named the 2022 Man of the Year by Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals, on Thursday, the first recipient of the award since 2020 because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Clifton Collins Jr. has made a career out of being a supporting player. Even if the average moviegoer might not know his name, you know his face and his work. Collins always manages to stand out, whether in a pivotal role like Perry Ellis in “Capote” or a glorified cameo in “Once Upon a Time…

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Congratulations! If you’re reading my words today, New Year’s Eve, you deserve that much. You made it, literally and figuratively.

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In “John Tesh: Songs and Stories from the Grand Piano,” the pianist, composer and Emmy-Award winning radio and TV host reminisces about his life and 25-year career through music, pictures and anecdotes.

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With more than two decades of experience in the music industry and a slew of accolades to boot, singer, songwriter and actress Alicia Keys’s eighth studio album is a sprawling double release that was engineered for the streaming era. In a recent social media video, she explained that her new…

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale City Library, 700 East Palmdale Blvd., has announced the winners of its Native American Heritage and History Month Essay Context.

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"I want to go back to just being able to laugh at how silly the idea of music is,” Johnny Cangro (keyboardist) says outside a coffee shop on a brisk winter afternoon.

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Asserting that “our inaction and inertia will be the inheritance of the next generation” in “The Hill We Climb,” inaugural poet Amanda Gorman urged the nation to account for its history to heal the future. This kinetic idealism now blooms in “Call Us What We Carry,” her new collection of poe…

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NEW YORK (AP) — It was just another job for child actor Karolyn Grimes. She was six and had already done four movies by the summer of 1946 when filming began on “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The only thing she recalls about the biggest movie of her career was being delighted to play in snow on the set.

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Honoring the 50th anniversary of their 1971 album, “Cahoots,” The Band has released an updated reissue featuring alternate takes, new mixes and an unreleased 1971 concert.

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In keeping with the theme of supporting local artists during the holidays, I seek to highlight opportunities to support in our community.

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“The Nutcracker,” presented by the Antelope Valley Ballet, will return to the Lancaster Performing Arts Center main stage for three performances on Dec. 11 and 12.

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More than fresh ambition or a high level of daily energy, the desire and openness packaged with youth, is perhaps its most important quality. For example, being able to grab the reins of life with ease, to shift directions suddenly and without worry and to make a residency in the unknown and…

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Revisit the creation of one of Rock music’s classic albums with the new release, The Doors’ “LA Woman (50th anniversary deluxe edition).”

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Rock band Jefferson Starship did not skip a beat when it was safe for the band to start touring again. Most of the band’s 2020 shows were rescheduled to this year and next, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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1. “Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone” by Diana Gabaldon (Dell)

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Enrollment is open for those interested in taking a role in the Antelope Valley College Theatre Arts Department’s spring Theatre for Young Audiences production of “Patchwork” by Carol Lauck. In addition, open auditions will be held from 9 a.m. until noon, Jan. 14, in the AV College Black Box…

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"I only ever wanted the money because it was symbolic of love and the best thing I ever did was to make a lifetime commitment to continue playing music no matter what, which is what I resolved to do at the age of 18.” — Iggy Pop speaking at a John Peel Lecture for BBC Radio in 2014.