The CSO's composer-in-residence combines classical music with electronic dance music.
Studs would've turned 100 years old on Wednesday, and across Chicago and in communities far beyond, people are marking the occasion with tributes and remembrances.
In our youth-obsessed culture, aging is among the things we're taught to fear at all cost. But novelist and journalist Anna Quidlen believes in another truth: Aging is not only inevitable, it's enjoyable.
Managing the challenges and capitalizing on the opportunities, Robin Hambleton argues, requres a shift from government to governance. And he says the leaders who can effectively bring together public, private, civic, community and corporate entities to common solutions will have a leg up.
It's been more than three decades since author Anne Rice first penned her best selling book, Interview with the Vampire. Along the way, her stories of vampires, witches and angels helped define a genre of gothic horror.
How did a small, upstart cable network based in Bristol, CT come to dominate the global sporting field? For some insight, we turn to James Andrew Miller, co-author of the 2011 book, These Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN.