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  • Stories from opposite sides of the globe collide in Touchstone's 'Journey from the East"

    Stories from opposite sides of the globe collide in Touchstone's 'Journey from the East"
    Sun Wukong is a mischievous monkey king from Chinese mythology. Roy "The Mule" Madsen is an imaginary gunslinger from America's mythic Wild West. In Touchstone's new play, "Journey from the East," the two stories from opposite sides of the globe come...
  • Volunteer opportunities

    HISPANIC CENTER OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY, Bethlehem, needs volunteers with a large vehicle who would be willing to pick up a large donation of food once a week on Fridays in Allentown and bring it to our center in Bethlehem. Call Bennie Khamneh, 610-868-7800,...
  • Reykjavik by design

    Reykjavik by design
    REYKJAVIK, Iceland Spark Design Space is a bright, minimalist storefront with wide windows overlooking a quaint street. In the back corner there's a wood dollhouse that stands about three feet high and on the top floor, there's an arrangement of minuscule...
  • While the kids play, see these more adult Pittsburgh museums

    While the kids play, see these more adult Pittsburgh museums
    I am sitting quietly on a stool against a black backdrop trying to channel my inner Edie Sedgwick as the camera rolls for 4 minutes and 41 seconds. I'm ready for my screen test, Andy Warhol. But it's hard to know what to do. Do I sit still or do I...
  • A visionary spirit at the BMA

    A visionary spirit at the BMA
    Doreen Bolger had barely settled into her new job as director of the Baltimore Museum of Art in 1998 when she was called on to make the kind of decision that would define her vision for the institution for years to come. A decade earlier the museum had...
  • Victims of Chicago gun violence memorialized in lifelike statues

    Victims of Chicago gun violence memorialized in lifelike statues
    As Bonita Foster bounded toward the busy, sunny plaza at the corner of Huron and Rush streets, her stomach fluttered. "Just as I was coming around the wall, I got a butterfly," Foster said. "… Almost like I was coming around the corner to meet...
  • Albany museum displays artwork by Celtic folk musician

    An exhibit of paintings by a popular upstate New York-based Celtic folk and bluegrass musician is now on display at the Irish American Heritage Museum in downtown Albany. Singer-songwriter Kevin McKrell of Clifton Park in Saratoga County was a founding...
  • Graffiti-inspired art prompts east Allentown residents to seek more say in how structures look

    Graffiti-inspired art prompts east Allentown residents to seek more say in how structures look
    Amman Jesani doesn't profess to be an expert on art. He just wanted to spruce up his east Allentown auto dealership. That's what he was thinking in September when he commissioned local artist Max Meano to paint two exterior walls at Dell Motors on...
  • Violectric, air potato on WUCF's radar

    Violectric, air potato on WUCF's radar
    WUCF-Channel 24 looks at the offbeat Orlando music group Violectric and the battle on the air potato in programs this week. Violectric, which mixes violins and violas with rock 'n' roll, will be featured on "WUCF Artisodes" at 8 p.m. Thursday on the PBS...
  • Author William Hackman chronicles a culture of creativity

    Author William Hackman chronicles a culture of creativity
    When art critic Peter Plagens published “Sunshine Muse: Art on the West Coast, 1945-1970” in 1974, it was a long-needed history of California’s contribution to contemporary art. Though there were the inevitable gripes (“How could...
  • LACMA sees the big picture as Academy Museum moves in next door

     LACMA sees the big picture as Academy Museum moves in next door
    In 2012, when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that it had finally found a home for its long-discussed Academy Museum, just steps from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LACMA Director Michael Govan began to hear from concerned...