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  • Jodi Arias
    Social media delayed: a case of life and death
    By Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, Ph.D., Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana GreningerJury selection for Jodi Arias sentencing phase began this Monday in Arizona. Given this case’s publicity, social media has once again come into question. As citizens, we must...
  • Courthouse
    Observers Echo Arias Jury's Ambivalence
    Author and philosopher Ayn Rand once wrote, "Justice is acknowledging that which is."Whatever troubled the Jodi Arias jury in the remaining critical hours of one of the longest murder trials in recent history, spectators on the 5th Floor...
  • Minneapolis music: More ‘Music at the Museum’ of Russian Art
    Minneapolis classical music: More ‘Music at the Museum’ of Russian Art
    The Museum of Russian Art’s latest installment of its Music at the Museum series (September 22nd from 5:00-6:30 p.m.) features gypsy tunes and folk dances that form the basis of Russia’s rich musical heritage. Entitled “Dark Eyes...
  • Il Divo: Soaring voices celebrate culture
    Il Divo: Soaring voices celebrate culture
    They sing ballads with an operatic flavor, and Il Divo ends up celebrating the diversity of culture.An American, a Frenchman, a Swiss and a Spanish baritone comprise the incredible quartet, and Las Vegas had a taste of their music for two sold-out...
  • Andrea Bocelli did it again
    Andrea Bocelli did it again
    What a pleasure was to hear Andrea Bocelli in Velantines day at the Bank Atlantic Arena this past February 14th.A full house cheered the beloved tenor through out his 2 hour concert.Accompanied by Orchestra Miami, a Choir and two female singers...