I hobble over to the side of my house where it fairly private. I concealed on two sides by my house and a fence, but the front yard is open to the street, and it the middle of the day. I pull down my pants and am just kinda frozen in a squatting position trying to stay hidden and figure out what to do.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra celebrated its 100th birthday earlier this year. In a performance of Ravel’s Bolro, the orchestra presented a few members of a new generation of players eager to take the music into a new century. They were members of the BSO’s OrchKids program, onstage at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall to play right alongside regular orchestra musicians..
Plenty of the acts that Deaton reeled off in that list congregated on stage for a meticulously choreographed medley that opened the show. After Vince Gill nodded to Haggard by tackling “Mama Tried” with the late legend’s son Ben Haggard, Pride sang a snippet of his best known hit, “Kiss an Angel Good Morning,” Alabama summoned nostalgia with “Mountain ,” McEntire once again played the hard bitten working girl of “Fancy,” Yoakam swivel hipped his way through a bit of “Guitars, Cadillacs,” Black revisited the modern honky tonk of “Killin’ Time” and Skaggs circled back to his chicken pickin’ days with “Country Boy.” But even though the transitions flew by quickly enough for viewers’ antsy attention spans, sensitivity was shown to the physical unsteadiness of performers like 83 year old Roy Clark, who sat with his banjo, then shuffled to the front of the stage with Skaggs’ assistance. There they joined a cluster of other stars to sing Randy Travis’s beloved ballad “Forever and Ever Amen,” handing off the song’s final word to Travis himself, who suffered a stroke a few years back.
We think we have a great idea and we try to live it out. And muddling toward things is really the best we can do. Nobody has the perfect idea. SCHMITZ: We have already seen them. Companies are beginning to complain that they’re receiving increased scrutiny on the regulation side. Products are inspected upon entering a Chinese port.
“Governor Tomblin was right to veto this callous, cruel and unconstitutional attack on health care for women facing complicated and sometimes dangerous situations in their lives and pregnancies,” said Nancy Northop, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights. “With this action today, the politicians behind this law have revealed how far they are willing to go to advance their ideological agenda at the expense of women’s rights, lives and safety. They should be ashamed.”.