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  • Freebie Friday: Free events around town

    Freebie Friday: Free events around town
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight     Latin Food & Wine Festival: a celebration of Latin culinary  contributions. 6:30 p.m. today, Cranes Roost Park, 275 Cranes Roost  Blvd., Altamonte Springs, free, (food...
  • Beautification, arts events expand 'Beyond the Box'

    Beautification, arts events expand 'Beyond the Box'
    From a peacock to a British-styled telephone booth, utility boxes across Montrose will get an artistic makeover next week. The “Beyond the Box” program, sponsored by Glendale’s Arts and Culture Commission, has called on artists across...
  • This was Chicago's cultural class of 1970

    This was Chicago's cultural class of 1970
    In early 1970, photographer Victor Skrebneski accepted yet another assignment. His elegant minimalist portraits of nude models and celebrities, often surrounded by ample swaths of black space, had made his work somewhat ubiquitous. And so Venture...
  • Humanities Festival preview: Journey off the beaten path

    Humanities Festival preview: Journey off the beaten path
    Long before Lollapalooza became a fixture in Grant Park, long before Riot Fest and Pitchfork Music Festival and the myriad other concentrations of cultural events that have come to define the city's warm-weather entertainment scene, there was the...
  • Racy 'tree' sculpture by Paul McCarthy draws attention in Paris

    Racy 'tree' sculpture by Paul McCarthy draws attention in Paris
    A public sculpture by the provocative Los Angeles artist Paul McCarthy has drawn a great deal of attention and even some ire in Paris, where it recently went on display in the city's ritzy Place Vendôme. "Tree," a green inflatable sculpture that...
  • Frank Gehry's Louis Vuitton art museum sails onto Paris skyline

    PARIS (Reuters) - Billowing sails of glass join the Eiffel Tower and the Sacre Coeur as permanent fixtures of the Paris skyline this month, when the new Fondation Louis Vuitton contemporary art museum designed by Frank Gehry opens to the public. Thirteen...
  • Choral Arts, BSO, Handel Choir, Guitar Society offer Free Fall Baltimore events

    Choral Arts, BSO, Handel Choir, Guitar Society offer Free Fall Baltimore events
    The ninth annual Free Fall Baltimore, a cool project of the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts to provide free access to a wide range of cultural events each October, includes quite a few entries in the classical music category. Here are some...
  • Breast health takes center stage during art benefit

    Breast health takes center stage during art benefit
    The recent party at North Beach Art Gallery in Fort Lauderdale had a serious purpose. Gallery owner Brooke Trace had volunteered her space to benefit Partners in Breast Health, a community outreach program offered by Holy Cross Hospital that assists women...
  • Tapping the 'Treasure' of singer-songwriter Laura Nyro

    Tapping the 'Treasure' of singer-songwriter Laura Nyro
    Billy Childs remembers the only time he saw Laura Nyro, the influential singer and songwriter whose albums became part of the soundtrack to his boyhood. She was performing at the Strand in Redondo Beach during the mid-'90s, and for a musician who grew...
  • Best bets for Sunday, Oct. 19

    Best bets for Sunday, Oct. 19
    Art Free Admission Day: An opportunity for a free viewing of the group show "Echos Myron" curated by Beatriz Monteavaro and Priyadarsini Ray, "Sri Prabha: Outpost" and "Monica Uszerowicz: It's Okay to Cry." All three exhibitions will be on display...
  • Hogan, activist and businessman, 'wears his passion on his sleeve'

    Hogan, activist and businessman, 'wears his passion on his sleeve'
    There's nothing particularly subtle about Larry Hogan. The Republican candidate for governor, who is waging a vigorous challenge to Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown despite 2-1 Democratic dominance in Maryland, has delivered a simple, blunt, constantly...