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  • The Tao of Takei: Internet wisdom from George Takei's new series

    The Tao of Takei: Internet wisdom from George Takei's new series
    George Takei’s Web TV series, “It Takeis Two,” debuted on Tuesday on the actor’s YouTube channel. It’s a parody scripted "reality series" about life — at home and online — with husband Brad Takei. Think a gay,...
  • Getty Trust chief: Islamic State attack on Iraq museum 'heartbreaking'

    To the editor: The tragic destruction of antiquities at the museum in Mosul, Iraq, demands our outrage. As civilized people, we can't allow the destruction of the world's cultural heritage by a small group of fanatics. ("Islamic State says it destroyed...
  • Riikka Kuittinen curates compelling street art in 'Street Craft'

    Riikka Kuittinen curates compelling street art in 'Street Craft'
    In the landscape of street art, graffiti paved the way for guerrilla gardening and yarnbombing. In "Street Craft," Riikka Kuittinen thoughtfully explores this evolution, offering a catalog of highly ephemeral art that has popped up worldwide in potholes,...
  • The Industry, wild Up to workshop new operas at 'First Take'

    The Industry, wild Up to workshop new operas at 'First Take'
    Yuval Sharon, artistic director of the experimental L.A. opera company the Industry, believes that opera is an emerging art form. Yes, he knows it's been around since the late 16th century, but he's passionate about its future: What opera can be. In...
  • Understated Modernism In Connecticut Farm Country

    Understated Modernism In Connecticut Farm Country
    LAKEVILLE — The barns were falling down. The little farmhouse was covered with asbestos siding. The views were gorgeous, but the meadow was impassably thick with brambles and high grasses. "People were afraid," says Pilar Proffitt. "We got...
  • Exhibits, Theater Performances, Shows & Concerts

    Exhibits, Theater Performances, Shows & Concerts
    CHARLOTTE'S WEB May 9-23. Join Wilbur, Charlotte and Templeton the Rat as they sing songs in this musical version of Charlotte's Web. “All Kids Included” sensory-friendly performance 11 a.m. May 16. 2 p.m. Saturdays. Actors' Playhouse at the...
  • Flagler County calendar of events

    Flagler County calendar of events
    Travel to Flagler County and take advantage of these great events in the surrounding area. JANUARY New Years Trail Walk January 1, 1 pm Celebrate the New Year by taking a guided hike through Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. Learn about wildlife...
  • 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...
  • Sneak peek: Broad Museum to open its doors on Sunday

    Sneak peek: Broad Museum to open its doors on Sunday
    The $140-million Broad Museum doesn't officially open until Sept. 20, but on Sunday it's set to welcome visitors for a sneak peek of its top-floor gallery. The one-day event has sparked massive interest among art lovers: When the $10 tickets went on...
  • Jamie McCourt and Aileen Getty among new MOCA board trustees

    Jamie McCourt and Aileen Getty among new MOCA board trustees
    Former Dodgers President Jamie McCourt and heiress and philanthropist Aileen Getty are among the four new trustees announced Thursday by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Investor and philanthropist Andrew Nikou and art collector Chara...
  • DePaul professor discusses her efforts to protect world's cultural heritage

     DePaul professor discusses her efforts to protect world's cultural heritage
    Patty Gerstenblith was working as a research associate at the Cincinnati Art Museum in the late 1970s when a cumbersome project and an ownership dispute over a statue got her interested in the law. After an art scholar discovered there were large...