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  • The Dry Garden: Matilija poppies take the stage, showgirls of Southern California slopes

     
    Two unrelated and equally magical things happen in Southern California in late May and early June. By night, courting mockingbirds sing all night. By day, the Matilija poppies begin their all-too-fleeting bloom. The shame is, while most everyone who...
  • 'American Idol': David Archuleta as Dr. Seuss for Read Across America

     
    Could "American Idol" runner-up David Archuleta be any cuter?...
  • Dr. Seuss meets Converse

     
    Illustrations by beloved children's author Dr. Seuss are now emblazoned on Chuck Taylors, the classic canvas shoes from Converse. There is a pair of "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" shoes and, of course, "The Cat in the......
  • Pitchfork Music Festival 2010: Day 2 review

     
    Video produced by Kevin PangView pictures from Pitchfork 2010. First prize for the day’s most grossly inappropriate outfit goes to Jon Spencer of the Blues Explosion, who wore skin-tight leather pants for his late-afternoon set Saturday at the Pitchfork...
  • Sanford Art Walk takes place Friday

     
    Yes, it's Monday: So let's think about Friday, when it's time for another Sanford Art Walk. Here are details from organizer Mary Shaw: Six venues in Historic Downtown Sanford will participate. The downtown arts venues are joining forces to sustain the...
  • 10 great hikes of the West

    10 great hikes of the West
    See those glossy outdoors photos on your desktop calendar? It's time to get into the picture. These hikes take you there, from red rocks to rain forests, from cliff dwellings to vernal pools. Complete all of them and you complete a picture of the West &#...
  • From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum to the Wise Memorial Gallery, art abounds in Hampton Roads.

    From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum to the Wise Memorial Gallery, art abounds in Hampton Roads. ART MUSEUMS 1. Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum. Nationally acclaimed collection of American folk art features paintings, sculpture,...
  • Falling into life

    I heard them well before I saw them. It was a rumbling — a force to be reckoned with. As the Suburban rolled down Foothill Boulevard, eight frolicking teenagers moved to the beat of "Boom Boom Pow," by the Black Eyed Peas. "Seniors 2010" was painted...
  • Exhibit Imagines Green, Sustainable Transportation In NYC, 9 Other Cities In 2030

    Exhibit Imagines Green, Sustainable Transportation In NYC, 9 Other Cities In 2030
    Imagine no cars -- or fewer, anyway. In New York, a two-mile stretch of the FDR Drive parkway is torn down to open lower Manhattan for parks and plazas, and bicyclists are given their own lane on the Brooklyn Bridge. An elevated highway in Guangzhou,...
  • Seen on TV & News Links

    Seen on TV & News Links
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  • Class 3A: Zeller shines as Washington wins back-to-back championships

    Class 3A: Zeller shines as Washington wins back-to-back championships
    Washington continued its dominance in Class 3A, defeating Culver Academies 61-46 to collect its second consecutive state championship and fourth since 2005. Nine seconds into the game, Cody Zeller provided a glimpse of things to come when he drove the...