PHOTO: Some cello with your jell-o

Ian Maksin, the Racine Symphony Orchestra's artist in residence, presents a noon concert, and chats with people in the audience, in the Red Onion cafe lobby in the Johnson Building, Wednesday October 19, 2011. Maksin, who started his residency in Racine October 16, will be here through Saturday's symphony concert at the First Presbyterian Church. His schedule includes more than a dozen appearances at schools, child care centers, and senior citizen residence facilities. / Mark Hertzberg mhertzberg@journaltimes.com Buy this photo at jtreprints.com

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