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  • Nana Shineflug, dancer and founder of Chicago Moving Company, dies at 79

    Nana Shineflug, dancer and founder of Chicago Moving Company, dies at 79
    Elizabeth "Nana" Shineflug, the founder and artistic director of the Chicago Moving Company, one of the first modern dance troupes in the Midwest, touched the lives of hundreds of students as a teacher and reached audiences around the world as a dancer...
  • Broward Libraries plans Black History Month literary events

    Broward Libraries plans Black History Month literary events
    The Broward County Libraries celebrate Black History Month with a packed schedule of films, plays, discussions and performances. Here are some of the book-related events: Liz Coursen will discuss the history behind her book "Shade in the Sunshine...
  • Red lips that speak softly, but say everything

    Red lips that speak softly, but say everything
    Red lips were a potent enough trend at the Golden Globes that even Lorde swapped her Goth plum for a more classic pop of color. But on her and other celebs such as Amal Clooney, Taylor Schilling and Keira Knightley, the red lines were neither so sharply...
  • Windham hosts ninth annual Snow Ball

    The year 2015 marks the ninth year for the Snow Ball, an annual gala for the town of Windham and a major fund raiser for the Windham Textile and History Museum. The Ball was held at different locations during its first few years, including the factory...
  • Last call for pop art at Allentown Art Museum

    Landmark pop art that has graced the walls of the Allentown Art Museum this fall is coming down on Sunday. You have four more days to see "Robert Indiana: From A to Z" and "American Pop: The Prints." There are guided tours and events, and on Thursday...
  • Norton Simon dealt setback in Nazi-looted art case

    The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to the Norton Simon Museum on Tuesday by refusing to review a legal ruling that has jeopardized its hold on paintings of Adam and Eve from the 1500s that have been among its most prized masterpieces. The Pasadena...
  • Dale Kennington opens Mennello's yearlong look at art by Southern women

     Dale Kennington opens Mennello's yearlong look at art by Southern women
    The Mennello Museum of American Art opens its yearlong "Storytellers of the South: Voices of Women" series of exhibitions next week with "Real Lives: Observations and Reflections by Dale Kennington." Born in Savannah, Ga., in 1935, Kennington has...
  • Gallery showcases work by former Boynton resident

    Gallery showcases work by former Boynton resident
    Former Boynton Beach artist Simone Sondergard's rich, vibrant paintings explode off the canvas with intense color. From her abstract and somewhat figurative shapes bleeding color to a torrent of color gushing to a river of bright, harmonious vibrancy,...
  • KML Moves Into 10th Place All-Time In Scoring

    KML Moves Into 10th Place All-Time In Scoring
    CINCINNATI — Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, already UConn's most prolific three-pointer shooter, officially joined the pantheon of its greatest scorers Sunday at Cincinnati. Playing in just her 122nd game, Mosqueda-Lewis scored 19 points in 16 minutes to...
  • WHRO's 'The Scene' webisode spurred creation of Peninsula Town Center art gallery

    WHRO's 'The Scene' webisode spurred creation of Peninsula Town Center art gallery
    Where would you say the local arts scene lives in Hampton Roads? "There's a lot of stuff going on in the Hampton Roads area that the mainstream of Hampton Roads doesn't know about. It's pocketed," said artist Asa Jackson, 26, of Newport News. "There are...
  • Male quilters piece new gender, aesthetic paradigms in 'Man-Made' show

    Male quilters piece new gender, aesthetic paradigms in 'Man-Made' show
    "How would a guy make a quilt?" Joel Otterson asked himself when he began his foray into the craft. "He would make it out of concrete and stone," he answered. And so he did. Otterson's "quilts" consist of interlinking blocks of concrete, stone and...