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  • Expansion, renovations have Antioch theater scene growing

    Expansion, renovations have Antioch theater scene growing
    With plans underway for the expansion of PM&L Theatre and the completion of renovations to the Antioch Theatre, village officials hope the downtown is in the midst of a renaissance. "Both theaters are landmarks for our business community," said...
  • Freebie Friday: Free Fridays at the Morse, SunRail, and WP Art Festival

    Freebie Friday: Free Fridays at the Morse, SunRail, and WP Art Festival
    We have free SunRail service this weekend to anywhere you want to travel along the route, including the Winter Park Art Festival…which is also free! ¬† In the Freebie Spotlight ¬†SunRail—Free service on Saturday and Sunday this weekend....
  • Corning Museum of Glass unveiling $64M art and design wing

    The Corning Museum of Glass is taking the wraps off its new $64 million wing. The 100,000-square-foot Contemporary Art and Design Wing opens Friday after more than two years under construction in the city of Corning, near the Pennsylvania border 75 miles...
  • Grand Army of the Republic exhibit to close Saturday

    The Aurora Public Art Commission will close its Grand Army of the Republic exhibit Saturday at the David L. Pierce Art and History Center in Aurora. The long-running exhibit is closing to make room for the Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Museum's...
  • A look back and forward

    A look back and forward
    After eight years on the gallery scene along Pacific Coast Highway, Shane Townley is looking forward to a nice, relaxing vacation in Laguna Beach. But for the rest of the year, he's intent on a change of scene. And, for that matter, pace. The owner of...
  • 'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants

    'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants
    Ten area arts and cultural organizations are receiving a total of $125,000 in "ignition grants," funded by the Greater Hartford Arts Council's United Arts Campaign with support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. The grants are aimed at up-...
  • In a reversal, council denies statue at Main Beach

    In a reversal, council denies statue at Main Beach
    A sculpture previously slated for Main Beach needs to find a new location, the Laguna Beach City Council decided Tuesday night. The council's 4-1 vote reversed its initial approval in February for artist Sukhdev Dail's "Sea Breeze" to stand at the...
  • The tape artist: Jaime Davidovich at Threewalls

    The tape artist: Jaime Davidovich at Threewalls
    There once was a time when artists, some artists at least, believed in television. Not in an ironic way, as successful satirists like Stephen Colbert or the makers of "The Simpsons" do, but sincerely, as a means of broadcasting visual experiments to an...
  • Goldwyn fine art collection going to NYC auction

    Works of fine art collected by Hollywood film moguls Samuel Goldwyn and his son are going to auction in a series of sales in New York City beginning in May, Sotheby's announced Thursday. The 27 works are expected to bring in a total of $25 million. The...
  • Gone fishin' at Limelight Street Festival

    Gone fishin' at Limelight Street Festival
    During its block party on Wednesday, March 25, the Limelight Street Festival will celebrate women and fish during its block party outside Pompano Beach cultural hangout Bailey Contemporary Arts. Subtitled "Fish 'n' Chicks," the gathering will feature an...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, March 22 Ice show The Columbia Figure Skating Club will hold its annual spring production at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Columbia Ice Rink, 5876 Thunder Hill Road. Skaters will perform scenes from movies such as "Annie," "Mary Poppins," "Frozen,"...