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  • Jill-Weisberg, art specialist/project manager of the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project

    Jill-Weisberg, art specialist/project manager of the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project
    Q: You have a job that seems like fun. How did you get there? I saw in the newspaper that the city of Hollywood was going to start doing murals in downtown. So I contacted the CRA, sent a proposal to them and the rest is history. Q: What advice do you...
  • Young tech elite dip their toes in art collecting

    When San Jose, Calif., product manager David Bao first stepped into White Walls gallery, a sort of cultural cavern for contemporary urban art in the heart of San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood, it was as if he'd entered a wonderland. "It was like...
  • Making an art theme park for Jack Black's Festival Supreme

    Making an art theme park for Jack Black's Festival Supreme
    Somewhere on a side street near the Hawthorne Municipal Airport, artist Steven Hull is furiously at work on an art installation like no other. On one side of the artist's roomy studio, a pack of wood sculptures show human figures astride a team of...
  • Haymarket troupe parlays small operas into big successes

    Haymarket troupe parlays small operas into big successes
    Haymarket Opera Company is the most notable success story among the newer Chicago groups specializing in historically informed performances of pre-classical music. Since its calling-card production of Handel's rarely performed "Aci, Galatea e Polifemo"...
  • Allentown Symphony Orchestra wins national award

    Allentown Symphony Orchestra wins national award
    The Allentown Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Diane Wittry have been selected as the winner of the 2014 American Prize, a national award that recognizes the best performing artists, ensembles and composers in the United States The orchestra won...
  • Best bets for Tuesday, Oct. 21

    Best bets for Tuesday, Oct. 21
    Music Nestor Torres: The flutist combines Latin, pop, R&B and jazz genres for a distinctly "Nouveau Latino" South Florida sound. A native of Puerto Rico, Torres' professional career began in the dance clubs of the New York City salsa scene. The Latin...
  • Zombie Crawl highlights adult-themed festivities

    Zombie Crawl highlights adult-themed festivities
    Mayhem will overrun Delray Beach streets this weekend. Tuck the children safely away, and haunt these ghoulishly good events. The living dead will surface for the Delray Beach Zombie Crawl on Friday. The hordes stop at four venues, each serving a...
  • Artists League of Orange County exhibits in Sanford

     Artists League of Orange County exhibits in Sanford
    WHAT: The Artists League of Orange County opens its juried member exhibit "Water, Land, Skies" at the Historic Sanford Welcome Center on Friday, Oct. 24. Among the artists represented are Joyce Wilder, Tim Darnell, Lillian Verkins and Dee Haberkorn....
  • Deck the tables and don white Nov. 12 for Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation

    Deck the tables and don white Nov. 12 for  Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation
    Kick off the season at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation's second annual "Dreyfoos in White" event. Modeled after the "Diner en Blanc" that takes place annually in Paris, "Dreyfoos in White" is a fundraising event for the young at heart. Guests...
  • Best bets in the North and Northwest suburbs, Oct. 16-22

    Best bets in the North and Northwest suburbs, Oct. 16-22
    Event highlights this weekend and beyond in the North and Northwest suburbs. Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit: triblocal.com/events. Park Ridge's annual Pumpkin...
  • Lincoln's Springfield still reveals the flesh-and-blood man

    Lincoln's Springfield still reveals the flesh-and-blood man
    While hogs wallowed in the muddy, unpaved streets, the tall, young man rode a borrowed horse into the town on the edge of the Midwestern prairie. The year was 1837. This was Springfield, soon to become the new capital of Illinois. Years later, the...