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Buffett in Bossier: Short and sweet - Paradise Theater offers intimate, up close experience with artist

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I got lucky during a walking tour of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Resort and Casino’s grand opening July 3. Our guide stopped in the Paradise Theater, an intimate 900-seat venue where the Big Kahuna himself was playing a sold-out, VIP show that evening. The first person we saw was Buffett’s long-time security chief, Charleston Miles. Among his many duties, Miles is the one who directs photographers during the show. Usually, he lets us shoot the first three songs – without a flash – and then sends us to our seats.

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Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers warm up Frisco crowd with Songs from St. Somewhere

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    Normally, when Jimmy Buffett comes to Texas, it’s the beginning of Spring, when everyone ditches their hoodies, long pants and woolen socks and pulls out the Hawaiian shirts, surfer shorts and flip flops.
    Of course, Spring 2013 has been anything but normal.

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Andrew Solomon’s ‘Far From The Tree’ – Changing the way we view differences, one story at a time

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Andrew Solomon’s monumental work, “Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity,” (Simon and Schuster) began as an assignment from the New York Times to write a piece on deaf culture.

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Dominick Argento’s ‘The Aspern Papers’ marks 25th anniversary of TDO debut

If you love opera – and I mean really, really love beautiful music sung by glorious voices – you have two more chances to see it in its purest form.

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WICKED casts spell at State Fair Music Hall: Broadway spectacular plays to near sell-out audiences through May 5

It’s hard not to fall under the spell of “Wicked,” the Broadway phenom currently running at State Fair Music Hall. When it came through Dallas several years ago, I tried to avoid becoming one of the converted, but failed – miserably. By the end of the first act, when Elphaba soars in the jaw-dropping number “Defying Gravity,” I was hooked.

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