From the first, distinctively dramatic notes until the emotionally-charged finale, The Dallas Opera’s current production of Giacomo Puccini’s “Turandot” is a feast of sight and near-heavenly sound.
Reading through record producer Cheryl Pawelski’s resumé is like rubbing shoulders with some of the music industry’s heaviest hitters.
In his new book, “The Fifth Assassin,” Brad Meltzer’s hero, archivist Beecher White, is preoccupied with past presidential assassinations – for good reason.
What happens when a young boy from Connecticut becomes enamored with a world-famous ballerina who may – or may not – have a connection to multiple murders and the mob? Can the boy find the truth amid the raging hormones and the lust? Can the boy recover from the violence perpetrated on is family?