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In This Issue

INTERVIEW

PAPA BEAR

Multi-faceted guitarist Tony Levin of the progressive rock bands Stick Men and King Crimson has played on more than 500 albums, including those by Cher, Pink Floyd, Yes, and Buddy Rich; written a tone poem about whale-watching; invented Funk Fingers (sticks attached to the fingers of bass guitar players make percussive sounds); became a blogger in 1996, long before there was such a thing as a web blog; and even began his own record label, Papa Bear Records.

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FILM

My Golden Days

Take Me to the River

The Brothers Grimsby

Francofonia

Hockney

Remember

Sunset Song

Phoenix

East Side Sushi

The Hateful Eight

Creed

MUSIC

Keresman on Disc

Jazz Library

Nick’s Picks

Singer/Songwriter


ICEPACK

CITY BEAT

VALLEY BEAT


ART

A Thousand Words

ART REVIEWS

Katherine Steele Renninger

Michener Art Museum

George Tooker's Highway

Delaware Art Museum


ART SHORTS     

Silverman Gallery

Moderne Gallery

Ellarslie

EXHIBITIONS

16th Annual Arts Alive!

Morven in May

Bethlehem Fine Art & Craft Show

THEATER

CITY THEATER

VALLEY THEATER


ENTERTAINMENT

THE LIST