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  • La Cieca: Prévost writes “… j’en avais une autre du côté des Anglais qui ont, comme nous, des établissements dans cette... 11:59 AM
  • LT: In the comments section of the article, the author writes “Okay, I’ll respond. This woman got beaten on the street, lost... 11:58 AM
  • Cicciabella: Why am I a person who can’t go without sleep? I’d have loved to have listened to this last night, and, now,... 11:52 AM
  • antikitschychick: Thanks for sharing that piece Marshie. I dont blame her at all for having conflicted views about her image. I certainly... 11:49 AM
  • Krunoslav: Yes– in French, even, back in school. Very interesting. It’s told from the recollective perspective of the older,... 11:49 AM
  • Lohengrin: I think I should read the novel once more. Did You read it? 11:39 AM
  • SilvestriWoman: MTT isn’t shabby in the least, but it’s hard to believe he’s only a year younger than Levine –... 11:38 AM
  • SilvestriWoman: Last night, I saw Serjan’s Abigaille here in Chicago, and was blown away. Beautiful in very way – physically... 11:35 AM

Oh, how we danced on the night we were webbed

Diamonds_are_foreverLots of media news today, so let’s not waste any time! La Cieca congratulates Opera News on the occasion of the mag’s 75th anniversary this month, though your doyenne is willing to swear that the mag doesn’t look a day over 60!  Read more »

Who criticizes the critics?

watching_the-watchmenSee, La Cieca thinks Brian Kellow is asking for trouble when, in the second paragraph of his analysis of last March’s Slatkinshchina, he admits, “I did not attend the March 29 opening-night performance of La Traviata, nor did I listen to it on Sirius Radio.”   Read more »