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By DAN KIMBER | September 24, 2009
I’m sometimes skeptical of sentences that begin with, “Studies have shown,” or “Polls indicate” or “clinical experiments confirm” because they are so easily manipulated to conform to a particular point of view or bias. (Think “______ News” — your choice.) Nevertheless, I’d like to offer a “research indicates” that is free of special interest, has no political motive or ax to grind — just an interesting finding that has even more interesting applications in my profession.
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By Nicole Charky | March 6, 2010
The hairiest, smelliest barn animals are typically included in a petting zoo, but on Sunday, the Americana at Brand will host a more brassy, stringy zoo of instruments to pet instead. The Pasadena Symphony Assn.?s Musical Circus for children ages 3 to 8 is a free event and a symphony tradition that brings kid-friendly classical music to families. The Musical Circus is presented one week before the symphony?s classical music concert performance at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
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By DAN KIMBER | September 24, 2009
I’m sometimes skeptical of sentences that begin with, “Studies have shown,” or “Polls indicate” or “clinical experiments confirm” because they are so easily manipulated to conform to a particular point of view or bias. (Think “______ News” — your choice.) Nevertheless, I’d like to offer a “research indicates” that is free of special interest, has no political motive or ax to grind — just an interesting finding that has even more interesting applications in my profession.
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