RagFest Returns To Orange County

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After a brief hiatus during 2011, Orange County’s annual ragtime music festival “RagFest” brought back the 1920’s by taking place at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center.

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  • Eric Marchese

    Thank you for the post, but ragtime music is NOT from the 1920s. It began in the 1890s and lasted through around 1917, and there were traces of ragtime in all subsequent pop music genres all the down to today.
    Secondly, there are no apostrophes when describing specific decades. These descriptions are plurals, NOT possessives… hence, no apostrophe (examples: 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, etc., not “1890’s”).
    Thank you,
    Eric Marchese
    founding artistic director of RagFest

  • Eric Marchese

    Oh, meant to say “all the way down to today.” Please excuse the error!

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