Michael Shoun, 28, is charged with murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Tiana Alter in November 2013

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Larry Mcclane, 67, faces up to 24 years in prison if convicted of felony child molesting charges

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Scrooge, Sinatra and symphony among the events happening at the Lerner Theatre in coming weeks

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