Tag: music

Curry ends slump with 31, Warriors beat Knicks 112-105

BY BRIAN MAHONEY – AP BASKETBALL WRITER NEW YORK (AP) — Stephen Curry’s shot still wasn’t falling, and that wasn’t the only strange thing. Madison Square Garden’s decision to play no sound during warmups or stoppages in play in the first half Sunday created a silent setting that was more fitting for middle school than a nationally televised NBA game. "It was weird," Curry said. Everything was back to normal by the end. Curry broke out of a shooting slump with 31 points and moved into the top 10 on the NBA’s career 3-point list, and the Golden State...

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Valley Symphony Orchestra to feature Asiya Korepanova, Russian pianist on October 20

The Valley Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Peter Dabrowski presents “Exquisite Chopin,” at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 20, at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Performing Arts Complex in Edinburg. Doors open as early as 7pm where guests can enjoy a fully stocked cash bar before and during intermission. Patrons will marvel over classical favorites such as Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro Overture, KI. 492,” Grieg’s “Peer Gynt Suites” and Chopin’s “Piano Concerto No. 1, E minor, op. 11” with Russian virtuoso guest pianist, Asiya Korepanova sponsored by Acura of the Rio Grande Valley. Korepanova’s piano repertoire includes over...

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No Decision on McAllen Banning Outdoor Music Downtown

New proposals by McAllen City commissioners could impact the entertainment district in downtown McAllen. One of the proposals would ban amplified music being played at outdoor venues. Another part of the proposal will ban anyone 21 and under to even enter the premises. Bert Guerra, Cine Del Rey owner, says this will harm his business directly. “Historically, Cine Del Rey has had an open policy of all ages for over 70 years, longer than most of the people who have been making these decisions. I don’t think they understand the historical impact that they are going to end.” These...

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