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by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2012
Wang Li, the extraordinary master of both the jaw harp-thought to be one of the oldest instruments in the world-and the calabash flute, will give a one-night-only solo performance as part of Lincoln Center's White Light Festival in The Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center tonight, October 25.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 2, 2012
Wang Li, the extraordinary master of both the jaw harp-thought to be one of the oldest instruments in the world-and the calabash flute, will give a one-night-only solo performance as part of Lincoln Center's White Light Festival in The Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center on October 25.
Grand Opening of Nauti Spirits - Garden State's Largest Farm-to-Bottle Destination Distillery and Tasting Room
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2017
Founders Steve and Caroline Miller began cultivating their vision for a farm-to-bottle destination distillery nearly five years ago. The couple has deep family ties to Cape May and is proud to own a home in Cape May Point. In 2014, the Millers partnered with Cape May locals, Corey and Dorey Bryan, who invested their 60-acres of preserved farmland into the business in 2015. The farm is now both the site of the distillery and a source of farm-fresh sweet potatoes that form the base of Nauti Spirits' vodka.
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2019
Following the critically acclaimed 'Lost West End' album series, Stage Door Records present the launch of 'Lost Broadway', a new series of albums that will focus on celebrating Broadway's forgotten and obscure musicals. With each album dedicated to specific years in Broadway history, the 'Lost Broadway' series launches with 'Lost Broadway 1961', a particularly abundant year in the Broadway calendar for musicals whose residencies were short lived but deserve not to be forgotten.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2018
The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (NEHMA) at Utah State University (USU) is presenting Collecting on the Edge, a ground-breaking, two-part exhibition showcasing its exceptional collection that focuses on the history of art west of the Mississippi River since 1920. Featuring work by 172 artists, Collecting on the Edge and the publication that accompanies it provide a compelling look at NEHMA's collection and the curatorial rigor and connoisseurship evident in its development.