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December 1, 1992 | WADE DANIELS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Wade Daniels is managing editor of Prognosis, an English-language newspaper based in Prague.
Laszlo Hegedus has been in the right place at the right time for a long time. After growing up in Budapest, Hungary, in the heart of the communist era, he has become one of the most important figures in big-name rock concerts in today's Eastern Europe, doing for this part of the world what his late friend Bill Graham did for so long in the United States.
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December 1, 1992 | WADE DANIELS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Wade Daniels is managing editor of Prognosis, an English-language newspaper based in Prague.
Laszlo Hegedus has been in the right place at the right time for a long time. After growing up in Budapest, Hungary, in the heart of the communist era, he has become one of the most important figures in big-name rock concerts in today's Eastern Europe, doing for this part of the world what his late friend Bill Graham did for so long in the United States.
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March 17, 1986 | ROBERT HILBURN, Times Pop Music Critic
All Yoko is still saying is "Give peace a chance." It's a theme she stressed repeatedly during her concert here Friday night--the 10th stop in the singer-songwriter's first tour since her husband, John Lennon, was slain in 1980. "As John said, we can make it (peace) together. . . . Together is the secret," she told 15,000 people in the International Fairgrounds hall, a bare, stark room the size of a football field normally used for cultural or consumer exhibits.
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