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The new age of `news'.
March 2, 2005... The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Saturday, Feb. 26: X X X Fittingly for someone who fancied himself a journalist, it was a question that brought Jeff Gannon's downfall. It was an obviously slanted question, tossed like a softball to President Bush at a...
Composer finds ways to revitalize music's most traditional form.(South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
March 2, 2005... Byline: Lawrence A. Johnson It's hard to believe that John Corigliano turned 67 years old last Wednesday for several reasons. Most obviously the composer looks a good 20 years younger than his age and retains a youthful enthusiasm, rattling off opinions with the vigorous, fast-talking...
Sex, war and satire: Mark Adamo's lusty new operatic version of `Lysistrata' promises contemporary resonance.(South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
March 2, 2005... Byline: Lawrence A. Johnson On a recent Argentina vacation with his partner and fellow composer John Corigliano, Mark Adamo was finally able to relax and think normally after being obsessed with his opera ``Lysistrata'' for the last six years. "I turned to John and I said, `Gosh, it's...
Indiana to re-think time zones, daylight savings participation.
March 2, 2005... Byline: Tim Jones STATE LINE CITY, Ind. _ To its everlasting credit, the state of Indiana has brought the world steel, prescription drugs, sweet corn, the Indy 500, RVs and Cole Porter. But it still has not, after almost 190 years of statehood, figured out exactly what time it is....
Lobbying heats up as groups vie to `educate' Americans on Social Security.
March 2, 2005... Byline: William E. Gibson WASHINGTON _ Amid big-bucks lobbying by more powerful groups, Rock the Vote is reaching out to younger Americans over the Internet while planning concerts and advertisements to bring a youthful influence to this year's debate over the national retirement...