Broadway’s Longest-Running Show Is Closing

After nearly 35 years of delighting audiences on Broadway, The Phantom of the Opera is closing. The final performance will take place on February 18, when the masked Phantom and the famed falling chandelier will make their last appearance—at least in New York.

The show opened in New York in 1988 and has had the longest run in Broadway history.

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Russell Westbrook ‘Likely To Remain’ Laker On One Condition

Going into the offseason, a Russell Westbrook trade appeared inevitable on the heels of a tumultuous Los Angeles Lakers season defined by injuries and Westbrook’s underwhelming performing. Westbrook’s rigid approach to his on-court play style and his role within the Laker roster made him a cumbersome fit and completely torpedoed his trade value. The former MVP and his $47 million

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‘It feels harder than ever’: independent radio stations

Gilles Peterson got his first broadcast gig aged 16 at Radio Invicta, the pirate station that boasted it put “soul over London”. He got his own slot a year later, and has spent the ensuing four decades channelling his inquisitive musical spirit into shows with Kiss FM and the BBC, as well as his Brownswood record label, and festivals

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Radiant Imaging Labs creates first photo editing software

Professional photographer and educator Elia Locardi has travelled the world to capture images and teach his editing methods to photographers for the past 15 years. Though you have a lot of flexibility with Raw images that come out of the camera, the process of editing them with the develop panel of any given post-processing software can be a tedious process.

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The life of pioneering choreographer Martha Graham – Claudia

The cover of Martha Graham: When Dance Became Modern

WHEN I BEGAN WRITING ABOUT DANCE in the early 2000s, the Martha Graham Dance Company was only just staggering out of a horrifying limbo. Graham had died in 1991 at the age of ninety-six, leaving her estate to Ron Protas, a man decades her junior who had become her close companion late in her tumultuous life. The controversial heir laid

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4 Intellectual Property Mistakes Entrepreneurs Often Make

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There are many legal issues that startup founders must attend to. Ensuring that a company’s intellectual property (IP) is protected is one of the highest priorities. If there is a product, then there is IP. But the critical question is: who owns it?

Just because a startup is working on a product

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