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  • Fresh Art: Barry Gross

    Fresh Art: Barry Gross
    Barry Gross Gallery, which recently relocated from Boca Raton to northeast Fort Lauderdale, celebrated its grand opening this past Saturday by debuting Curiosity, an exhibition of 14 oil paintings and drawings in which Gross explores isolation and...
  • Fresh Art: Sibel Kocabasi

    Fresh Art: Sibel Kocabasi
    "Your Grandparents" “Your Dear Deer,” the largest oil painting in Sibel Kocabasi’s most-recent series, depicts nine bright-red deer. Her smaller paintings, which are 6 inches by 6 inches, depict more deer, cows, a rhinoceros and a...
  • Fresh Art: Nune Asatryan

    Fresh Art: Nune Asatryan
    "Rise Above" Nuné Asatryan says her friends call her Lake Worth house “the art compound.” Perhaps that’s because Asatryan and her husband, singer-songwriter and producer Alan Najarian, don’t see the dwelling they bought last...
  • Fresh Art: Shelly Cox

    Fresh Art: Shelly Cox
    "Prom Nite" Shelly Cox has long admired painter and illustratorNorman Rockwell and his passion for depicting everyday American life. However, the Jupiter artist feels something is missing from his work — eroticism. So she developed a persona to...
  • Mayor: 'Not possible' to pay lead-poison judgments

    Echoing her housing commissioner, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Monday that Baltimore's public housing authority has decided "it is not possible" to pay lead-poisoning judgments that could one day exceed $800 million because the money is...
  • Council calls hearing on lead-paint judgments

    The Baltimore City Council called on officials of the Housing Authority and other agencies to explain what's being done about paying judgments of nearly $12 million to public housing residents poisoned by lead paint. The council also agreed Monday to...
  • Officials revamp lead-paint removal program

    City officials said Tuesday that they've revamped Baltimore's struggling program to remove lead-paint poisoning hazards from housing after losing a $3.9 million federal grant, and intend to reapply soon for federal funds to underwrite the effort. A...
  • Children can let their imaginations run rampant

    Children can let their imaginations run rampant
    Whether your child wants to be a pirate, a princess or a pterodactyl, there's a place for them at this year's Imagination Celebration. Now in its 26th year, the Imagination Celebration is dedicated to bringing the visual and performing arts to Orange...
  • In The Arts

    In The Arts
    Laguna Art Museum director leaving The Laguna Art Museum director announced Monday that he is stepping down May 13. Bolton Colburn started as a curator in 1987 and assumed the role of director after the Newport Harbor Art Museum and Laguna Art...
  • Above and beyond the home inspection

    Above and beyond the home inspection
    Mice, mold and leaking bathtubs are among the last discoveries homebuyers want to make after moving into a new home. But that's exactly what a client of Oakland, Calif.-based financial planner Cathy Curtis found shortly after closing. "The first week she...
  • Dream Home: Malt House condo showcases couple's art collection

    Dream Home: Malt House condo showcases couple's art collection
    Like so many skeletons of Baltimore's industrial past, the brick and steel bones of sturdy buildings — devoid of innards — are found all along the harbor. Or maybe it should be said they were found along the harbor, since more and more of...