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  • Lively Arts: Prepare for picnics and performances in the parks

    Lively Arts: Prepare for picnics and performances in the parks
    Get out the big blankets and folding chairs and plan a picnic: Bowie's parks will soon be the venues for free weekend outdoor concerts. It kicks off Memorial Day weekend at Allen Pond Park with the city's Sunday Sunset Concert series. Concerts are...
  • Spotlight on moms who rock: Vonda Shepard

    Spotlight on moms who rock: Vonda Shepard
    When I first heard Vonda Shepard’s rich, soulful voice it was in the late ‘90s on “Ally McBeal.” Her voice filled my entire living room and week after week, I found myself hooked on the show just to see what Shepard would sing...
  • Affordable education

    The walls at the Boca Raton Museum of Art's school feature work from an artist with autism. In addition, the art school is scheduling summer classes for children, teens and young adults with mild to moderate autism. With the help of longtime patron of...
  • AVAM's Kinetic Sculpture Race rescheduled for June 14

    AVAM's Kinetic Sculpture Race rescheduled for June 14
    The American Visionary Art Museum's Kinetic Sculpture Race, postponed earlier this month because of unrest in the wake of Freddie Gray's death, has been rescheduled for June 14. The distinctive event features human-powered machines traveling by land and...
  • Michelle Obama, criticized for the sin of being black

    Michelle Obama, criticized for the sin of being black
    Sometimes I think that Rush Limbaugh is the dumbest man in America. This happens whenever I take him at face value and forget that he is basically an entertainer with contempt for his audience. He will tell them anything. Last week, as if to validate my...
  • Our say: Schuh gets into trouble over grant decisions

    Our say: Schuh gets into trouble over grant decisions
    Every new Anne Arundel County executive seems to find fault with the way his or her predecessors doled out the discretionary grants of taxpayer money the county gives to nonprofit groups. And all executives sooner or later hear grumblings about favoritism...
  • 'College Dropout' to Ph.D.: Kanye West receives honorary doctorate in Chicago

    'College Dropout' to Ph.D.: Kanye West receives honorary doctorate in Chicago
    Kanye West remained still for 90 minutes on Monday. It was remarkable feat of willpower, a once-in-a-lifetime performance, certainly some kind of record. West — aka Yeezy, aka Ye, aka the Louis Vuitton Don, aka, fashion designer, filmmaker,...
  • LACMA to show Chris Burden's last finished work, 'Ode to Santos Dumont'

    LACMA to show Chris Burden's last finished work, 'Ode to Santos Dumont'
    In early January, artist Chris Burden gathered a small group of friends and colleagues in an airplane hangar in Camarillo to witness his newest sculptural installation, "Ode to Santos Dumont," take flight. It was a beautiful, clear afternoon, and as...
  • Remembering Chris Burden: 'Testing the limits of everything,' friends say

    Remembering Chris Burden: 'Testing the limits of everything,' friends say
    Chris Burden's dear friend, the painter Ed Moses, called Burden "the most magnificent person to ever appear in California as what we call an 'artist.'" On Monday, a day after Burden died in his Topanga Canyon home from cancer, Moses and others who...
  • Roundup: Chris Burden passes, Venice Biennale-palooza, Googleplex shrinks

    Roundup: Chris Burden passes, Venice Biennale-palooza, Googleplex shrinks
    So much of the art world is boating around Venice for the Biennale, roaming through galleries and falling into the drink — which means there are lots of stories emerging from Venice about art, politics, protest and the meaning of it all. Plus:...
  • Wind turbines inspire artist to create paintings shown in NCC exhibit

     Wind turbines inspire artist to create paintings shown in NCC exhibit
    How do you paint the wind? Chicago artist Brian Ritchard has found a way. His "Turbine Paintings" series is on exhibit through June 14 at North Central College's Schoenherr Gallery at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave. "The theme for my...