Organizations and advocates on all sides of the online gambling debate are cheering a Congressional hearing on the state of online gambling.
Marvin Rabin, a music conductor who founded youth orchestras in Wisconsin, Kentucky and Massachusetts and whose students played at the White House and Carnegie Hall, has died after a brief illness, his family said Tuesday. He was 97.
Ella Wyker Martin said she will never forget the late-August day in 1972 when her brother, John D. Wyker III, appeared on Dick Clark's "American Bandstand."
A U.K. case against Canadian-British billionaire Victor Dahdaleh collapsed Tuesday, clearing the tycoon of allegations he bribed senior officials at Aluminium Bahrain BSC, known as Alba.
The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts is opening an exhibition featuring the work of illustrators for children's books.
Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson has scrapped promotional appearances in London because previous convictions bar him from entering Britain.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra reports that its budget is back in the black for the first time since 2007 because of big spending cuts and an increase in donations.
Betty Quadracci, co-founder of Quad/Graphics, dies
Voters in Little Rock are considering a proposal to pay for up to $73.5 million in renovations to the city's Robinson Center Music Hall.
Yevgeny Yontov, who as a year-old infant immigrated in 1990 with his family from his native Odessa, Ukraine, to Israel, won the gold medal and the $5,000 William Peyton Shehee and Virginia Kilpatrick Shehee Award at the 63rd Wideman International Piano Competition.