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  • Fall into these art events in, near Orlando

    Fall into these art events in, near Orlando
    Orlando is working hard to build a compact arts district, but for now we have lots of art spread out, mostly in and around downtown. But there are places you may pass every day and not realize are art havens. One such spot is The Orange Studio in the...
  • 'Annapurna' Star Doesn't Mind Practically Nude Scene

    'Annapurna' Star Doesn't Mind Practically Nude Scene
    To play the character of man who has lost it all in Sharr White's "Annapurna," now playing at Harford's TheaterWorks, you need an actor devoid of vanity. "I don't know if you can find one," laughs Vasili Bogazianos who plays the character of a man who's...
  • Best bets for Sunday, Oct. 19

    Best bets for Sunday, Oct. 19
    Art Free Admission Day: An opportunity for a free viewing of the group show "Echos Myron" curated by Beatriz Monteavaro and Priyadarsini Ray, "Sri Prabha: Outpost" and "Monica Uszerowicz: It's Okay to Cry." All three exhibitions will be on display...
  • Hogan, activist and businessman, 'wears his passion on his sleeve'

    Hogan, activist and businessman, 'wears his passion on his sleeve'
    There's nothing particularly subtle about Larry Hogan. The Republican candidate for governor, who is waging a vigorous challenge to Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown despite 2-1 Democratic dominance in Maryland, has delivered a simple, blunt, constantly...
  • Weekend preview: Boobs? They've got it covered in Hollywood

    Weekend preview: Boobs? They've got it covered in Hollywood
    October is the month for walking pink, walking proud, walking sexy. There are boobs involved, and things can get a little over-the-top, which can create debate about taste and decorum. Take Elsie Johns, for instance. She’s the owner of Melina&...
  • Best bets for Oct. 18

    Best bets for Oct. 18
    Art Art Fallout: The fifth annual community event includes special exhibitions, interactive projects, open artists studios, live demonstrations, food trucks and pop-up cafes. Free shuttle buses will be running between downtown Fort Lauderdale's...
  • 300-pound bronze frog statue stolen from San Dimas City Hall

    300-pound bronze frog statue stolen from San Dimas City Hall
    A beloved bronze statue of a frog that weighs as much as 300 pounds has been stolen from an outdoor water feature at San Dimas City Hall, authorities said. Officials first noticed early Wednesday that something seemed off about their "Catching Frogs"...
  • L.A. Master Chorale opens season with 'Passion of Joan of Arc' pairing

     L.A. Master Chorale opens season with 'Passion of Joan of Arc' pairing
    "The Passion of Joan of Arc" is widely regarded as one of the most influential films ever made. The silent film, released to popular acclaim in 1928, was directed by Danish filmmaker Carl Theodor Dreyer and stars French stage actress Renée Jeanne...
  • Save the dates for these Lehigh Valley events

    ZOELLNER GALA2014: Zoellner Arts Center at Lehigh University presents Grammy Living Legend Smokey Robinson for its Gala 2014 Oct. 25. Robinson will perform hits from his decades-long career accompanied by a six-piece band, two dancers and two backup...
  • Scene: Allentown Art Museum members celebrates pop art

    More than 500 members of the Allentown Art Museum turned out on Oct. 11, a cool Saturday evening, to help launch the fall exhibitions season with a bang ... or, rather, with Pop. The museum's upstairs galleries were filled with iconic images of "LOVE"...
  • Free and mesmerizing jazz from singer Thurston every weekend

    Free and mesmerizing jazz from singer Thurston every weekend
    Saturday mornings in Burbank have gotten a lot cooler recently, thanks to jazz singer Perlene Thurston’s free, weekly 11 a.m. gigs at Olive Avenue’s Backstage Café. Teamed with the veteran guitarist Doug McDonald, Thurston’s brand of...