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DC Theatre Gets A Makeover

Explaining her vision for the newest theater in the nation's capital, artistic director Molly Smith showed architects the cup of her hands. Four years later, they have delivered a unique oval-shaped home for new works at Arena Stage.

BOK's High Ranking Indicates Hurting Industry

The BOK Center in Tulsa ranks No. 5 in the nation based on ticket sales at concert arenas.

Dubuque's $57M Baby

A $57 million project will bring a new performing arts center and additional student housing to the University of Dubuque.

'ONCE,' Twice, 50 Times

Musicians, composers and academics from around the country will be in Ann Arbor this week to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ONCE festivals.

Break Out The Glow Sticks, LA Raves Resume

A ban on raves at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has ended, four months after the death of a 15-year-old girl who overdosed on ecstasy.

Holly Theatre 'Purch' Pending $500K

A foundation affiliated with Jefferson Public Radio has agreed to buy the Holly Theatre in Medford and plans to restore it as a performing arts center, similar to the Cascade Theatre it restored and operates in Redding, Calif.

Bluegrass Museum, Moving Up And Away

City officials in Owensboro say they hope to move the world's only bluegrass museum to a new site and create an entire bluegrass music center around it.

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