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  • For black dancers, it's unequal footing

    For black dancers, it's unequal footing
    As long as there have been ballet companies in the United States, African-American boys and girls have been discouraged from having Sugar Plum Fairy fantasies and "Nutcracker" dreams. They were told they weren't born with the right bodies to form the...
  • For its 50th birthday, LACMA gets $675 million in gifts

    For its 50th birthday, LACMA gets $675 million in gifts
    At major museum galas, certain things are a given: billionaire art collectors socializing with local politicians, society women showing off couture gowns, air-kissing celebrities hopping tables with grace and alacrity. But even the most experienced gala...
  • Historic Garden Week 2015: Merry Point Estates homes, gardens in Newport News impress

    Historic Garden Week 2015: Merry Point Estates homes, gardens in Newport News impress
    Decades-old azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons, along with dogwoods and redbuds, turn Merry Point Estates into a picture-perfect postcard of spring color. Tucked along the banks of the James River and scenic Indigo Lake in the Hidenwood area of...
  • This amazing mural is the perfect ode to 'Star Wars' fandom

    This amazing mural is the perfect ode to 'Star Wars' fandom
    When, or if, George Lucas ever builds his new museum on the Chicago lakefront, might I suggest a new acquisition? Something to welcome the skeptical museumgoer or one of those frowning Friends of the Park? It’s called “The 20th Century Space...
  • Ellicott City

    Spring formal The Howard County Historical Society presents A Starlight Spring Formal in Old Ellicott City from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at 8328 Court Ave. The event will feature entertainment by Eli August and the Abandoned Buildings, the...
  • No limits: Artwork by residents with disabilities on display

    Some of the most notable artists in the area just might be ones you've never heard of before. Artists like Claudia Rutherford of Annapolis and Tiffany Ervin of Hanover may not have created works that have graced the walls of local art galleries, but...
  • Lehigh Valley arts news

    STEELSTACKS JAZZ BAND SHOWCASE WINNERS Following three rounds of competition, North Penn High School was named the winner of the 2015 SteelStacks High School Jazz Band Showcase. The band, directed by David DiValentino, won an opening slot for the...
  • Nine best bets for spring art shows this year in Hampton Roads

    The spring art season started fast and hard in Hampton Roads this year — and only promises to grow stronger. Here are nine best bets to put on your calendar: "Chihuly in the Garden." Through June 7, Chrysler Museum of Art. Studio-glass pioneer...
  • Poconos officials want shuttered concert venue reopened

    Poconos officials want shuttered concert venue reopened
    Officials in the Pocono Mountains want to bring a shuttered performing arts center back to life, seeing potential in a 12-year-old venue built with $15 million in state tax money that critics have long regarded as a mismanaged white elephant. The...
  • Why Rosamund Felsen left Santa Monica for downtown's industrial arts district

    Why Rosamund Felsen left Santa Monica for downtown's industrial arts district
    There are a lot of reasons that longtime L.A. gallerist Rosamund Felsen is in love with her new exhibition space in downtown Los Angeles. There is the light, a soft, filtered glow that pours down from the skylights onto a series of bright abstractions...
  • Costa Mesa barbershop provides backdrop at Newport Beach Film Festival

    Costa Mesa barbershop provides backdrop at Newport Beach Film Festival
    If Alexa Polar makes it in Hollywood, she may have a barbershop with a nearly identical name to thank for it. The director, whose musical "Speakeasy to Me" will premiere at this year's Newport Beach Film Festival, sought an interior setting that would...