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  • 'Rat Pack' is back for tribute show in Mount Dora

    Come and relive the magic of the legendary "Rat Pack," who were the kings of show biz in the 1950s and '60s. "The Rat Pack Together Again," a tribute performance to Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin, is 7 p.m. Saturday at the Mount Dora...
  • Student artwork goes on display throughout Libertyville

    Student artwork goes on display throughout Libertyville
    Student art work will be popping up in windows throughout Libertyville this March. As part of Libertyville's Fine Arts Month, 19 sites will display artwork created by students in village's schools displayed. An opening reception is scheduled for 6 p.m....
  • Theatre at the Center in Munster marks 25th season

    Theatre at the Center in Munster marks 25th season
    Theatre at the Center, located in the Center for Visual and Performing Arts, is enjoying a silver anniversary this year, with thousands of stage productions, educational classes and special events under its belt. "We're thrilled to be celebrating this...
  • Ask Amy: Reader finds faith queries offensive

    Ask Amy: Reader finds faith queries offensive
    Dear Amy: I'm curious to know what you think of someone asking a semi-stranger, "What church do you go to?" or, even worse, "Do you go to church?" It seems as intrusive as asking "How much do you weigh?" or "How much money do you make?" or "Are your...
  • Frida, Diego and friends at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

    Frida, Diego and friends at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
    At the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, the ambitious new Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibit begins with a painting that doubles as an inside joke. In the two-story atrium that bends into the main gallery, the first artwork to greet visitors is the...
  • Veterans' portraits bring war's consequences into sharp focus

    Veterans' portraits bring war's consequences into sharp focus
    War isn't what it used to be. Nor are war stories. Since 2006, Jennifer Karady has been making elaborately staged portraits of veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Neither a journalist nor a documentary photographer, the Brooklyn-based artist...
  • Florida travel calendar for April

    Florida travel calendar for April
    Check out festivals and events in April 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) April 3: Jazz Friday at Foosaner Museum...
  • Henry Segerstrom, 91, was a towering O.C. cultural figure

    Henry Segerstrom, 91, was a towering O.C. cultural figure
    In 2011, Henry Segerstrom celebrated his 88th birthday as only someone with a lot of money and cultural clout could. He persuaded soprano Renée Fleming to fly across the country while she was in the midst of an engagement at the Metropolitan Opera to...
  • Henry Segerstrom, South Coast Plaza developer, dies at 91

    Henry Thomas Segerstrom, a farmer who transformed a family lima bean plot into South Coast Plaza and then used his fortune to help build Orange County's most significant performing arts center, has died. Segerstrom died Friday afternoon at his Newport...
  • Henry Segerstrom, O.C. developer and philanthropist, dies at 91

    Henry Segerstrom, O.C. developer and philanthropist, dies at 91
    Henry T. Segerstrom, the courtly real estate developer and arts philanthropist who was instrumental in transforming Orange County from a provincial bedroom community into a nexus of culture and commerce, has died. He was 91. Segerstrom died Friday at...
  • Contemporary opens first exhibit after nearly three-year hiatus

    Contemporary opens first exhibit after nearly three-year hiatus
    Nearly three years after the Contemporary arts organization abruptly shut its doors in mid-exhibition and eliminated the jobs of its five-member staff, a big neon "C" on the outside of the KAGRO building in Station North will glow cherry pink Saturday...