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The Dallas Opera presents

March 9 – 17, 2018 Winspear Opera House

Have you ever had a dream so vivid that it must have been real? Who can say it isn’t? The line of reality finds itself endlessly blurred in Sunken Garden , the fourth work of acclaimed Dutch composer Michel van der Aa. A film maker’s obsession with the disappearance of a young girl leads to the discovery of a walled garden, which is the barrier between life and death. But does this place actually exist or is it all simply a stunning piece of imagination? Sunken Garden integrates video and 3D technology, immersing the audience into an inescapable world of crime and mystery. This marks the American premiere of Sunken Garden and will be a tru, one-of-a-kind production like you’ve never experienced before.

Music by Michel van der Aa • Libretto by David Mitchell

Michel van der Aa David Mitchell

Starring Roderick Williams Katherine Manley Miah Persson

Roderick Williams Katherine Manley Miah Persson

Conductor Nicole Paiement • Director Michel van der Aa • Set Designer and Lighting Designer Theun Mosk • Costume Designer Astrid Schulz

Nicole Paiement Theun Mosk Astrid Schulz

Rated PG


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Venue Winspear Opera House

Dates March 9 – 17, 2018

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Delicious and easy 30 minute dinner for two: Chili Maple Lime Salmon Bowls with amazing mango edamame mixed with sweet forbidden rice.

Lately, we’ve been loving salmon. It’s the BEST easy healthy meal out there, am I right?

Just the other day, I stepped into Whole Foods after a class at air jordan 11 retro barons
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Anyway the guy behind the fish counter started talking to me about Copper River King Salmon. Apparently it’s only seasonal 3 weeks out of the year and comes straight from Alaska. He kept going on about how it was the best salmon, and I could tell by the bright red color that it was unique. Thankfully, he was kind enough to give me a small sample of the king salmon… and it was AMAZING. Unfortunately I will say the price per pound was kind of out of control, which is why I opted to get their other salmon they had, but I’m still thankful for the opportunity to have sampled it.

Have any of you had Copper River King Salmon before? I’d love to know what you think!

Copper River King Salmon

Anyway, onto these amazing salmon bowls that are a quick, easy dinner for 30 Minute Thursdays.

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Let’s talk salmon forbidden rice!

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Forbidden rice my favorite local sushi spot

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The salmon glaze is another favorite of mine inspired by a former vegetarian dish . I used essentially the same dressing to glaze the salmon and it turned out beautifully sweet, tangy and with plenty of good flavor from the chili powder and garlic. YUM.

former vegetarian dish

I think you’ll LOVE this easy meal. If you plan it right, you can have dinner done in 30 minutes. ENJOY! xo

The collection of papers of Baroness Thatcher deposited at Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge, is among the largest and most significant of late twentieth century political archives.

The archive contains over 1 million documents in nearly three thousand archive boxes currently occupying around 300 metres of shelving. The papers date from Margaret Thatcher's childhood to the end of her life, and include tens of thousands of photographs, as well as a vast collection of press cuttings, and many audio and video tapes of public and private events. Thatcher never kept a diary, but the archive includes rich details of her role in important domestic and world events.

The Churchill Archives Centre and Margaret Thatcher Archive Trust are currently arranging to digitise all of Margaret Thatcher's personal and political papers files from her earliest years up to the end of her premiership, comprising around a million pages of documents.

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The archive includes files of correspondence relating to Thatcher's selection as candidate for Dartford in 1949, her short backbench career, briefing papers from her posts in opposition 1964-70, a few files from her time as Education Secretary 1970-74, and valuable papers on her campaign for the party leadership in 1974-75. Her appointment diaries survive from 1962 onwards, providing a very full record of the way she spent her time.

The bulk of the collection, however, relates to Thatcher's period as leader of the Conservative Party, 1975-90. There are extensive files from her time as Leader of the Opposition (1975-79), including correspondence with Shadow Cabinet colleagues, minutes of Shadow Cabinet and policy committees, and briefing material of all kinds. There are also thousands of speech drafts, press releases and administrative files (e.g., planning for election visits).

Papers on the premiership (1979-90) are more extensive still. Their organisation reflects the way in which Number Ten Downing Street arranged Prime Ministerial business, sharply distinguishing official from party and personal matters. Most of the official archive remains in government hands, while party and personal material can be found at Churchill College.

The papers include an extensive press cutting collection covering the years 1949-80 in over 70 boxes. Originally compiled by Conservative Central Office, it is one of the most comprehensive collections ever attempted, drawing on every national and many regional newspapers.

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OSI spokeswoman Linda Card said in an email that agents at Andersen reported seeing a lot of blood at the scene, after they were called in by Andersen’s security forces.

Card said agents saw “what appeared to be a stab wound on the victim’s body,” though she said details on the cause of his death could not be confirmed until the official autopsy is finished and released.

Andersen officials said in a release that the airman was found unresponsive in quarters on base, and pronounced dead at about 3 a.m. Tuesday.

The base on Wednesday evening identified him as Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale, 20, who was deployed from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana.

“This is a terrible tragedy, and we are all deeply saddened by the loss of this airman,” Brig. Gen. Douglas Cox, commander of the 36th Wing, said in the release. “Losing a member of our team is the most difficult thing we face, and today we have lost a member of our Air Force family. Our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers go with the family.”

About a week after the Air Force deployed three B-2 Spirit stealth bombers to Guam, six B-52H Stratofortress bombers joined them on the island Tuesday.

Card said that while a subject is in custody, “he remains innocent of any criminal charges until the autopsy results are released and charges are preferred.”

“Until then, we will continue to investigate and take appropriate action based on conclusive investigative findings as well as the official autopsy report,” Card said.

Card also said that investigators now have “no conclusive evidence” to determine how the airman died, and whether there is enough evidence to bring charges against anyone in his death.

“It is premature at this point to comment on future courses of action for this situation, as this is still an open and ongoing death investigation,” Card said.

Card said a medical examiner from the Office of Armed Forces Medical Examiner from Kadena Air Base in Japan is now heading to Guam, and is scheduled to conduct the autopsy on Friday. The autopsy will take place at mortuary affairs at Naval Base Guam, she said.

Stephen Losey covers Air Force leadership and personnel issues as the senior reporter for Air Force Times.

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