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Nancy Coltun Webster

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Perlman strums up support for disabled : Uncategorized

While the world admires him for his talent, violinist Itzhak Perlman is also.
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Opera House closes in on 125th anniversary

Editor's note: On Dec. 11, 1816, Indiana became the 19th state in the Union. On Jan. 28, 1836, Porter County was created. A year later, on Jan. 18, Lake County became independent. As the state celebrates its bicentennial, the Post-Tribune will be taking a regular look back at the history of Northwest Indiana.
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Technology advances restore entertainment experience

A one-time court reporter has used her skills to bring live entertainment to hearing-impaired people joining movie theaters and other venues to be more inclusive. "Real-time captioning has its roots in court reporting," said Kathy Cortopassi, president of Voice To Print Captioning of Crown Point. She got her start as a court stenographer and today Voice to Print provides real-time captioning in a variety of settings, including live theater.
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Schoenfield's 'Four Parables' strays from strict : Uncategorized

MERRILLVILLE - The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra will perform Paul Schoenfield's "Four Parables for Piano and Orchestra" Thursday at its concert at the Star Theater.
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The Artrepreneurs. A life devoted to the learning and

MUNSTER - Maxine Gruoner walks over to the two Steinway concert grand. pianos standing side by side in her living room and shows the place in her home. where she has taught so many area students to play the piano. How many students has "Maxine Gruoner Music" coached and taught? She refuses. She moves through the house and offers a pat on the head to dog Ortrud.
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Love struck. Opera 'Carmen' opens doors for young

MUNSTER - Although New York City is often considered the center for. cultural arts, the Midwest is becoming a land of golden opportunities for young. Singer Jo Rodenburg of Lansing and Lincoln Opera conductor Kevin McMahon of. Highland are part of the youthful wave that will bring a production of the.
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About

Nancy Coltun Webster is a professional journalist and graphic designer from the Chicago metropolitan area. Most recently, she has been writing local features and taking photos for the Post-Tribune.
Nancy works as a digital assets content manager, writing and editing copy and customizing web graphics. Past clients include non-profit organizations -- the Jewish Federation of Northwest Indiana and Esophageal Cancer Action Network. Nancy also was Deputy Special Reports Editor for Advertising Age in Chicago from 1998 to 2001.

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