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  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BREVARD ZOO: railroad and "Paws...
  • LACMA reframes its future with growing Hollywood ties

    LACMA reframes its future with growing Hollywood ties
    The guest list for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's 50th anniversary gala Saturday night might easily be mistaken for that of a Hollywood awards show. Studio executives Robert Iger of Walt Disney Co., Michael Lynton of Sony Entertainment and...
  • Music Box: For Lyndsey Highlander, performing is a natural high

    Music Box: For Lyndsey Highlander, performing is a natural high
    Virginia country singer Lyndsey Highlander grew up on the Chickahominy River, where John Smith searched for a Pacific passage and instead ran into the lovely young Pocahontas. Lyndsey has taken her turns on the road traveling with influential acts...
  • BSO receives $400,000 grant from Wallace Foundation for new concert series

    BSO receives $400,000 grant from Wallace Foundation for new concert series
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's recent announcement of its 2015-2016 centennial season included news of an intriguing concert series that will bring together ensembles of BSO players and indie rock groups. This week came the news of key funding for the...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Through Saturday, April 18 Exhibit: Feast for the Eyes Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Barry Seidman's new fine art photography series, Feast for the Eyes, will be on display. Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Ave., Lake...
  • SUPREME COURT NOTEBOOK: Female justices honor O'Connor

    All three female justices on the Supreme Court came together Wednesday to pay tribute to the life and continuing legacy of former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the high court. O'Connor, who was appointed in 1981 and retired...
  • Weekend preview: On a beautiful street, where the party is free

    Weekend preview: On a beautiful street, where the party is free
    Bailey Contemporary Arts, the studio and exhibition space in Old Pompano Beach, will be filled with art, music, film and the people who love them on Saturday — exactly as envisioned when the venue introduced itself to the community a year ago. The...
  • David Brown's Transition From Skilled Farmer To Accomplished Artist

     David Brown's Transition From Skilled Farmer To Accomplished Artist
    When David Brown moved to his 12.5-acre farm in Old Saybrook in 1986, he achieved notoriety for what seems in hindsight a curiosity: His house is made of hay. Yes, his 12-foot by 20-foot domicile is the oldest such structure east of the Mississippi River....
  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff for you this week

    Freebie Friday: Free stuff for you this week
    In the Freebie Spotlight Celtic Festival: Highland games, vendors, food, and music.10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Rockefeller Gardens, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach, free, 386-676-3216, ormondbeachcelticfestival.com.   Earth...
  • The Whitney Museum announces inaugural show, and the Internet parses

    The Whitney Museum announces inaugural show, and the Internet parses
    The Whitney Museum of American Art's new Renzo Piano-designed digs are nearly ready for opening day on May 1. And now comes the art. This week, the lineup for the relocated museum's inaugural show, "America Is Hard to See," was announced; more than...
  • Kemerer Museum exhibit highlights curious Steampunk style, where Victorian history meets science fiction

    Kemerer Museum exhibit highlights curious Steampunk style, where Victorian history meets science fiction
    Imagine a world populated by people dressed in 19th century garb — stiff collars, stovepipe hats and frock coats — who also travel by air in gigantic airships and below the sea in super submarines run by steam power. That world exists ... or...