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Friday, June 30, 2017

Koch Brothers CELEBRATING:

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      TODAY       
      FRIDAY
         6/30          
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        MUSIC        

Early Riser

Once pigeonholed by power chords and testosterone, punk rock spreads an increasingly wide umbrella in 2017.   (Read More)

        MUSIC        

Monk on Guitars

Great Thelonious Monk guitar albums — such as Elliott Sharp's spidery Sharp? Monk? Sharp! Monk!, Peter Bernstein's authoritative Monk, and even Mike Neer's twanging Steelonious — are rarer than you might think.  
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     THEATER     

Julius Caesar

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       DANCE       

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        MUSIC        

Riverside

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