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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 3, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 28

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Three days of nonstop piano performances
Shriver Hall Concerts celebrates its 40-year legacy this weekend

Leon Fleisher

When Murray Perahia first performed in the Shriver Hall Concert Series, the Grammy-winning pianist had not quite hit the big time. Perahia's 1971 concert at Shriver, in fact, found the young prodigy wearing an old pair of brown shoes because he simply couldn't afford new black ones.
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Peabody Dance honors its own ballet visionary
Barbara Weisberger, the distinguished artistic adviser for Peabody Dance, has heard it said that Baltimore is not a dance city. She politely disagrees. For one thing, cities don't dance; people do, she jokes. Or they will, if you reach out and energize their interest.
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AIDS, TB, malaria, bird flu go unchecked in Burma
Government policies in Burma that restrict public health and humanitarian aid have created an environment where AIDS, drug-resistant tuberculosis, malaria and bird flu (H5N1) are spreading unchecked, according to a report by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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Thinking Out Loud: Open minds, open doors

William Snow, longtime university treasurer, to retire in September

APL names new head of Research and Tech Development Center

Provost addresses U.S. Senate subcommittee on competitiveness

The long-awaited application decisions are on their way

JHU's Africa experts update each other on research

Protein fragment may generate first simple test for MS

W.H. Wilmer's rare books now on view at George Peabody Library

Tutored by 9/11 experiences, genetics experts ID Katrina victims

Mom's depression contributes unfavorably to parenting skills


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