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  • Valentine shows include racy 'Spank!'

    Valentine's Day is coming up as fast as Cupid with his wings on turbocharge. The holiday for lovers can bring a large Whitman's Sampler box of expectations along with it. What to do? Fortunately, we've got you covered. Here's a whole bunch of ideas on...
  • Woo your valentine with SWV

    Valentine's Day is coming up as fast as Cupid with his wings on turbocharge. The holiday for lovers can bring a large Whitman's Sampler box of expectations along with it. What to do? Fortunately, we've got you covered. Here's a whole bunch of ideas on...
  • Carol Capó, former opinion editor and arts leader, died Thursday

    Carol Capó, former opinion editor and arts leader, died Thursday
    NEWPORT NEWS — Carol Capó, former opinion editor at the Daily Press and director of the Newport News Public Art Foundation, died Thursday following a lengthy illness with lung cancer. She was 66. Daily Press Publisher Digby Solomon cited her wit as...
  • Art events include Highwaymen exhibit in Orlando

    Art events include Highwaymen exhibit in Orlando
    This is the week to enjoy a little art history, starting with an exhibition of historically and socially important paintings at the Orange County Regional History Center in downtown Orlando. Fourteen paintings by the now-famous Florida Highwaymen...
  • James L. Tucker Jr.

    James L. Tucker Jr.
    James L. "Jay" Tucker, a retired state education coordinator recalled as a visionary who brought the arts into school systems and classrooms, died of lung disease Jan. 22 at Gilchrist Hospice. The Fells Point resident was 70. "We became the first...
  • Peninsula has multiple events offering free medical care and screenings

    The Bon Secours Care-A-Van is a free medical service that provides general medical care to uninsured adults and children in Hampton Roads communities. Its services include routine evaluation and treatment of common acute illnesses including: gastritis and...
  • Notes and notables

    Farewell to a friend Carol Capo was a woman with strong opinions and a talent for expressing them in ways that could convince, provoke, clarify and educate. For 10 years she served on the Daily Press Editorial Board, first giving voice to the board's...
  • Harmonious pairing of Love and music at Columbia Orchestra

    Despite dismal wintry weather, 40 people of all ages turned out recently to watch the Columbia Orchestra rehearse. The event — one of three open rehearsals offered each season — occurred midway through preparations for the all-volunteer...
  • Freebie Friday: Free Party at Kissimmee Lakefront Park

    Freebie Friday: Free Party at Kissimmee Lakefront Park
    Looking for free stuff to do this week?   Freebie Spotlight  Kissimmee Lakefront Park   4-8 p.m. Saturday Kissimmee Lakefront Park, 201 Lakeview Drive, Kissimmee.  Live music by salsa swinger Frankie Negron, rap-country star Uncle Kracker and...
  • Artist Bri Dill Finds A New 'Bricks And Mortar' Space In Manchester

    Artist Bri Dill Finds A New 'Bricks And Mortar' Space In Manchester
    Artist Bri Dill has been operating a mobile art class called Art.Lab for the past year. Now, she's planning to open a permanent location for her business on Feb. 7 in Manchester. Dill, 26, of South Windsor, is renting the former DuBaldo Music Center...
  • Three-story building, parking garage in school plan

    Charter Schools USA will build a three-story building, parking garage and gymnasium at the parking lot of Coral Springs Center for the Arts as part of its plans to relocate Coral Springs Charter school from the city's downtown area. Construction is...