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  • Chicago Episcopal cathedral names new dean

    Chicago Episcopal cathedral names new dean
    A British priest with a reputation for supporting Christians in the Middle East has been named the new dean of St. James Episcopal Cathedral in Chicago. The Rev. Dominic Barrington, 52, a priest with a background in arts management who has led...
  • With fist jabs and shifting smiles, 'Power Goes' is politics of LBJ

    With fist jabs and shifting smiles, 'Power Goes' is politics of LBJ
    Herding cats: Now there's a skill politicians could use today. Lyndon Baines Johnson, our folksy dictator-president of the '60s, had it by the ton, alternately muscling and charming his victim-cohorts into obedience, passing the legislation he wanted,...
  • Memories, nostalgia and tango

    Memories, nostalgia and tango
    Rosario Bauza feels like crying every time she sees the Argentine flag onstage during "Song of Eva Perón," a dance show by her Argentina-based company Tango Buenos Aires. As owner and general director, Bauza has watched the show hundreds of times,...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    Finnish American Heritage Society CANTERBURY - The Finnish American Heritage Society, 76 North Canterbury Road, is looking for vendors for the Tori Open Air Market on Saturday, May 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Canterbury Community Center, 1 Municipal...
  • Street art in the Southland: Send us your photos

    Street art in the Southland: Send us your photos
    Last week, Google added more than 5,000 images of public art to its Google Art Project searchable worldwide database, which allows people an easy way to search for and view murals on streets from Los Angeles to Berlin. The Google Street Art database ...
  • Roundup: Madonna stingy with her Kahlo, a pyramid lost, a city found

    Roundup: Madonna stingy with her Kahlo, a pyramid lost, a city found
    Copyright laws in England ... green roofs in France ... destroyed pyramids in Peru ... Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera in Detroit ... the spiritual aspect of TED Talks .... grappling with zoning issues in Houston and Los Angeles. Here’s what we’...
  • Loss of grants hurt parks projects

     Loss of grants hurt parks projects
    Westmont Park District Director Ron Gunterhas gone from "extremely thrilled" to much more somber as the $2.4 million state grant targeted for a new art and recreation center at Ty Warner Park has been suspended and the project put on hold. A similar...
  • Santa Barbara's 'Botticelli, Titian and Beyond' a quirky gem

     Santa Barbara's 'Botticelli, Titian and Beyond' a quirky gem
    Scotland is apparently in the midst of a cultural tourism push, with traveling exhibitions from its national museums in Edinburgh and civic museums in Glasgow visiting California. Both are old-fashioned "treasures" shows. San Francisco's De Young Museum...
  • Auguste Rodin sculptures at Michener Museum highlight his innovations

    Possibly no single force has so deeply influenced modern sculpture as Auguste Rodin. A bold statement, surely, but even more remarkable when applied to someone raised with all the earmarks of failure. Born into humble beginnings in Paris in 1840 —...
  • St. Augustine calendar of events

    St. Augustine calendar of events
    Travel to St. Augustine and take advantage of these great events in the surrounding area. April April 3: First Friday Art Walk, St. Augustine. The Art Galleries of Saint Augustine founded and sponsors the award-winning First Friday Art Walk event on...
  • Visiting today's Seattle, you have to dig deeper to get to the grunge

    Visiting today's Seattle, you have to dig deeper to get to the grunge
    Grunge was the soundtrack of my Gen X college life. We knew every word to Nirvana's 1991 album, "Nevermind." I'm so happy 'cause today I found my friends. And the day we found out that Kurt Cobain had died, April 8, 1994, there was a candlelight vigil...