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  • Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours

    Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours
    Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices, check websites for details and restrictions: ADVENTURE ISLAND: Florida residents can purchase a "Weekday Pass" online for unlimited visits Mondays-Fridays through Sept. 7. $49 adults, $45 ages...
  • Florida travel calendar for July

    Florida travel calendar for July
    Check out festivals and events in July 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) July 1: Climb to the Moon, Ponce Inlet....
  • Brands, symbols and emblems in Gajin Fujita's paintings at L.A. Louver

    Brands, symbols and emblems in Gajin Fujita's paintings at L.A. Louver
    Ten years ago, billboards across Southern California proclaimed that the baseball team then known as the Anaheim Angels had become the Los Angeles Angels. Fans got mad. Long-standing lovers of the Anaheim Angels felt betrayed. Die-hard Dodgers...
  • Kristen Morgin's personal inventory at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

    Kristen Morgin's personal inventory at Marc Selwyn Fine Art
    Kristen Morgin’s poignant exhibition at Marc Selwyn Fine Art consists of hundreds of items, including well-used paperbacks, record albums, comic books, puppets, dolls, figurines, building blocks, musical instruments, tin cans, plastic necklaces,...
  • L.A.'s Velveteria museum shows there's more to plush paintings than Elvis and clowns

    L.A.'s Velveteria museum shows there's more to plush paintings than Elvis and clowns
    It is hard to say with absolute certainty which of the hundreds of paintings at Velveteria, Los Angeles' velvet painting museum, are the most strangely sublime. There's the wall of clowns in a continuum of happy-sad moods, one of them clutching a...
  • Florida travel calendar for June

    Florida travel calendar for June
    Check out festivals and events in June 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) May 15 - June 14: Disney Star Wars...
  • Austin Irving photographs spaces with no exit

    Austin Irving photographs spaces with no exit
    The nine color photographs in Austin Irving's absorbing show at Wilding Cran read as existential propositions as much as visual documents. Each is shot looking through a doorway or into a hallway, but none of the spaces promise passage. They all recede...
  • Eve Fowler imagines Gertrude Stein's words as a visual cacophony

    Eve Fowler imagines Gertrude Stein's words as a visual cacophony
    Gertrude Stein doesn’t need Eve Fowler. The early 20th-century experimental writer is a touchstone of modernism. Yet Fowler brings Stein’s legacy to new life in a thoroughly engaging exhibition at Mier Gallery. The L.A. artist has worked...
  • Roundup: Vegas style in Turkmenistan, art's 'patron Satan,' fear of shiny planet

    Roundup: Vegas style in Turkmenistan, art's 'patron Satan,' fear of shiny planet
    The leader of Turkmenistan builds an insane statue to himself. A cartoonist and activist is held in Iran. Plus: that strange intersection between LACMA and the Sony Wikileaks emails, the guy who shot Chris Burden in the arm, the Case Study House that...
  • Marco Rubio, intolerance and terrorism: Letters

    Marco Rubio, intolerance and terrorism: Letters
    Rubio's consolation? In the event that Marco Rubio does not advance in the Republican primary season to the nomination for his party, he should be on a short list of prospective ambassadors to Cuba. Whether it is a President Rand Paul or Hillary...
  • A visionary spirit at the BMA

    A visionary spirit at the BMA
    Doreen Bolger had barely settled into her new job as director of the Baltimore Museum of Art in 1998 when she was called on to make the kind of decision that would define her vision for the institution for years to come. A decade earlier the museum had...