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  • 'Silent Witnesses' meets tales of horror with a quiet love

    'Silent Witnesses' meets tales of horror with a quiet love
    "Silent Witnesses," a modest and compassionate solo work written and performed by Stephanie Satie at the Odyssey Theatre, is based on interviews and conversations with child survivors of the Holocaust. On a darkened and mostly bare stage, Satie portrays...
  • Florida travel calendar for February

    Florida travel calendar for February
    Check out festivals and events in February across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) Jan. 31, 2014 - Feb. 1, 2015: 9th...
  • Lower Macungie Barn Expo planned for March

    Lower Macungie Barn Expo planned for March
    The Lower Macungie Township Historical Society and other organizations are teaming up to organize the Lower Macungie Barn Expo on Sunday, March 22, at the Lower Macungie Community Center, located at the municipal campus, 3450 Brookside Road. The event,...
  • LA Art Show: Intersection of Latin America and Pacific Rim

    LA Art Show: Intersection of Latin America and Pacific Rim
    A towering crimson public-art sculpture by Cuban artist Angel Ricardo Ricardo Rios greeted the crowd filling the downtown convention center for the LA Art Show on Friday morning. Two other works, 26 feet tall, loomed in the lobby. Part of a special...
  • Bulldoze first, apologize later: a true L.A. landmark

    Bulldoze first, apologize later: a true L.A. landmark
    It was beginning to feel like a demolition derby. On Tuesday, word started to spread that the canary-yellow 1937 house in Cheviot Hills where the writer Ray Bradbury lived for more than 50 years was being knocked down. The person razing it to make...
  • Getty's 'Luxury and Liberation' spotlights French Revolution opulence

    Getty's 'Luxury and Liberation' spotlights French Revolution opulence
    The excess and extravagance of Versailles comes roaring back to life in a one-day-only program taking place at the Getty Center on Jan. 24. In concurrence with the L.A. Opera’s staging of the Figaro trilogy, “Luxury and Liberation: Art and...
  • 13 L.A. artists awarded Creative Capital artist grants

    13 L.A. artists awarded Creative Capital artist grants
    More than a dozen Los Angeles-area artists were among the 46 recipients of the Creative Capital Awards announced this week. The New York-based not-for-profit provides emerging artists with the necessary funds to complete important ongoing and new...
  • Huntington's new visitor center strikes studiously neutral pose

    Huntington's new visitor center strikes studiously neutral pose
    Across the country, museums are pursuing vast and pricey expansion plans, sometimes chasing more square footage or higher-wattage architectural celebrity than seems entirely wise. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Barnes Foundation and New York'...
  • At LACE: Daily life made strange through art

    At LACE: Daily life made strange through art
    It is the beginning of the year. A time to reassess and reconsider, to attempt to redirect the ways in which we live our daily lives. Which makes it a good time to check out the latest show at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), "The Heart Is the...
  • Roundup: Koons in France, a museum in El Segundo, an art hall in Pomona

    Roundup: Koons in France, a museum in El Segundo, an art hall in Pomona
    An investigation into the ways in which the wealthy use art foundations to house their collections tax-free ... the less-than-transparent art acquisition process at the National Gallery of Art ... a summary of how the Jeff Koons retrospective is doing...
  • Community leaders to celebrate MLK's legacy

    Community leaders to celebrate MLK's legacy
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day holds special significance this year. In addition to honoring King's legacy, it marks the 15th annual Spady Cultural Heritage Museum breakfast. "It's hard to believe that 15 years has passed, but it is lovely to acknowledge...