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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: AQUATICA: "Splash and Save" ticket with admission starts at $24 when tickets are purchased online. Aquatica "Any Day" passes start at $37 when...
  • Welcome to the Neighborhood aims to diversify Chicago live lit

    Welcome to the Neighborhood aims to diversify Chicago live lit
    When Paul Dailing and Rachel Hyman met on Twitter in 2013, they bonded over their own local literary projects. Dailing contributes three times a week to his ambitious journalism project, 1,001 Chicago Afternoons, and Hyman curates stories for her citywide...
  • L.A. theater openings, Feb. 1-8: 'Seussical the Musical' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Feb. 1-8: 'Seussical the Musical' and more
    3-D Theatricals enlists Cathy Rigby for "Seussical the Musical," veteran talk-show host Dick Cavett plays himself in "Hellman v. McCarthy," and "SNL's" Darrell Hammond debuts a one-man show. The Adventures of Harold and the Purple Crayon Family-friendly...
  • Bela Fleck, performing in Easton, combines banjo with classical music

    Bela Fleck, performing in Easton, combines banjo with classical music
    You might think that someone born with the name Bela Anton Leos Fleck would be destined to perform classical music, and you'd be right. Multi Grammy-winning banjo player Bela Fleck, born in New York City in 1956, was named after famed classical...
  • Museums reflect on lower attendance in 2014

    Museums reflect on lower attendance in 2014
    If you've ever tried to go to, say, Shedd Aquarium or the Museum of Science and Industry on the Sunday of a school vacation week, you'll agree that fewer museum visitors isn't necessarily a bad thing. By that standard, Chicago's museums did well in...
  • Best bets for Jan. 28

    Best bets for Jan. 28
    Music Maria Rivas: The contemporary Venezuelan vocalist takes the stage, offering guests a performance full of the sultry sounds of Brazilian bossa nova. Also appearing is the Danny Burger Trio. 8 p.m., Blue Jean Blues, 3320 NE 33rd St., Fort...
  • Celebrate Valentine's Day in the south suburbs

    Celebrate Valentine's Day in the south suburbs
    Valentine's Day isn't just for couples. Friends and families who want to celebrate love can do it at a mother/son Valentine bowl, a concert with chocolate lovers in mind and kids' story time, among other events in the south suburbs. Bolingbrook...
  • Vintage car museum gets green light from Costa Mesa planners

     Vintage car museum gets green light from Costa Mesa planners
    Costa Mesa planning commissioners unanimously signed off Monday night on plans to turn a Westside industrial site into a vintage car museum and cafe. Richard Cushman, owner of Beverly Hills Motorsport on Pomona Avenue, won approval to convert his 1960s-...
  • Five things for Tuesday, Jan. 27

    Five things for Tuesday, Jan. 27
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida: snow in the northeast; group wants to paint traffic-control boxes; father and son tackled armed men; and more. 1. It didn't snow in Orlando, but people in the northeast are dealing with a big storm...
  • Biennial kinetic art exhibit, symposium return

    Biennial kinetic art exhibit, symposium return
    It's been two years since the inaugural Kinetic Art Exhibition and Symposium took place in Boynton Beach, and the biennial event is back for another year. Running from Feb. 6 to 8, and bringing many of the same artists and some new ones back to the...
  • 'The Wandering Veil' explores topics of exile, love

    'The Wandering Veil' explores topics of exile, love
    More an installation than an exhibit, "The Wandering Veil" is on display through April 5 at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Layered with meaning, this monumental work by Israeli artist Izhar Patkin explores the universal experiences of exile, memory, love...