Monday, April 15, 2013
In the course of just a couple of years, a young French ensemble, the Quatuor Ebene (or, in English, the Ebony Quartet) has become big news on the classical scene. They've been known to modestly call themselves "freelance players," but not just any freelance players win Gramophone Magazine's highly sought-after Record of the Year prize, as they did in 2009
President Obama wants an international agreement to cut fossil fuel emissions. Such a deal would require a two thirds majority vote in the Senate. Republicans currently hold 45 Senate seats and are opposed the agreement. The White House is working with other countries on a plan that would be "politically binding". U.S. negotiators would blend legally binding rules from a 1992 treaty and new voluntary promises, which would not require senate ratification.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Should the Labor Council invite all politicians to march in the Labor Day parade?