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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Happy National Kazoo Day, dear readers. This is the day decreed that we celebrate the kazoo – an American invention that has filled our hearts and ear drums with joyful hums since the 1840’s. The kazoo was invented by Alabama … Continue reading
I reviewed the Russian National Ballet Theatre’s “Swan Lake” for The Kansas City Star.
Last weekend was New York’s Winter JazzFest. Being in Kansas City, though, I, needless to say but nevertheless, missed it. We spent our time in a separate spectrum of music, celebrating my husband’s birthday with a snow-speckled night out on … Continue reading