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  • Mennello's steward, Frank Holt, not ready to leave just yet

    Mennello's steward, Frank Holt, not ready to leave just yet
    Frank Holt has had his retirement party. But the museum director isn't going anywhere just yet. Since the city-owned Mennello Museum of American Art opened in 1998, Holt has been the man in charge. And although Holt, 71, had planned to leave his post...
  • Roller rinks may be on the brink in the Lehigh Valley

    Roller rinks may be on the brink in the Lehigh Valley
    In a world where obesity rates continue to soar and technology keeps personal interaction to a minimum, roller skating is an anomaly. The pastime, dating to the mid-18th century, remains an enduring athletic and social activity — a refreshing nod to...
  • Lehigh Valley Call Board

    Lehigh Valley Call Board
    'LOVE, SEX AND THE IRS' AUDITIONS Auditions for the Pennsylvania Playhouse production of "Love, Sex and The IRS" will be 7:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday, and 6-9 p.m. Jan. 25 at the playhouse, 390 Illick's Mill Road, Bethlehem. The audition will consist of...
  • Maryland Family's summer-camp guide 2015

    Maryland Family's summer-camp guide 2015
    It's time to start thinking about summer camp, and this guide, which is a special advertising section of the Baltimore Sun Media Group, is an invaluable resource for Baltimore-area families. Anne Arundel County Abrakadoodle Art Education Various...
  • Karen Osbrey named to Connecticut Arts Council

    Putnam Arts Council President Karen Osbrey was appointed to the Connecticut Arts Council in late December. Outgoing Senate President Donald Williams Jr. (D-29) made the appointment citing Osbrey's experience and knowledge. The 13 members of the...
  • Henderson has magic that too many schools don't

    Henderson has magic that  too many schools don't
    The Sun Sentinel reports the A.D. Henderson University School in Boca Raton, which teaches K-8 kids and is linked to a high school also affiliated with Florida Atlantic University, has asked the state for $41.5 million to rebuild the school's facilities....
  • Black History Month performances worth noting

    Black History Month will soon to upon us, and there are several fine performances to mark on your "plan ahead" calendar. From music to theater and film, the lineup includes events for families designed to reacquaint you with many African-American heroes...
  • Leesburg Center for the Arts has neighborly exhibit featuring works of Eustis museum head

    LEESBURG — Richard Colvin used to use his paintings to comment on issues facing society. Now he paints what is in front of him — a Groveland gas station, a food concession at Renninger's flea market or the flags flying at the county fair....
  • New Mount Dora Center for the Arts exhibits has different take on life

    MOUNT DORA — Some artists are optimists, others point out that sometimes life is not so hot. In "Disturbingly Beautiful," which opens at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts, drawings by Amy Palmer look at...
  • Gloria B. Katzenberg

    Gloria B. Katzenberg
    Gloria B. Katzenberg, a noted needlepoint artist, writer and volunteer who was a founder of Center Stage and the Chamber Jazz Society, died Dec. 30 at Roland Park Place of complications from injuries suffered in a fall. She was 91. "She had many, many...
  • Delacroix's 'Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi' as a rallying cry

    Delacroix's 'Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi' as a rallying cry
    They don't make paintings like "Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi" anymore. The slow, ruminative medium of oil paint on canvas has pretty much had it as the sharpest system for the memorable delivery of effective, politically minded propaganda....