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  • Datebook: Baroque works, samurai armor, amateur dancing, skid row arts

    Datebook: Baroque works, samurai armor, amateur dancing, skid row arts
    The flamboyant armor of Japanese warriors, theatrical religious paintings, wild choreographies full of untrained dancers, a painter of the Harlem Renaissance, street signage reconsidered and an old East German guardhouse repurposed as art installation...
  • Pop culture film series at Civic Theatre

    Pop culture film series at Civic Theatre
    The 1960s was a decade known for an explosion of pop art and pop music that we're still enjoying generations later. The decade also brought many classic films that have stood the test of time. The Allentown Art Museum is hosting exhibits of pop art by...
  • Meet famed historical artist Mort Kunstler

    Meet famed historical artist Mort Kunstler
    Meet the man renowned for bringing American history to life with oil and a paint brush. Mort Kunstler, a prolific artist who creates dramatic and detailed interpretations of American historical events, will be at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum in...
  • Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Chicken-Fried Doughnuts Beavers Coffee & Donuts 131 N. Clinton St. 773-392-1300 Only available at the food truck's Chicago French Market booth Thursdays and Fridays in October, these bite-sized treats are made with The Roost Carolina Kitchen's...
  • Negro Leagues museum in Kansas City tells long-ignored stories of great baseball players

    Negro Leagues museum in Kansas City tells long-ignored stories of great baseball players
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – When you first step into the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, you gaze through chicken wire onto a makeshift baseball field that features 10 former Negro Leaguers among the first to be inducted into Baseball’s Hall of Fame....
  • Lewis Museum visitors need to hear both sides [Letter]

    Lewis Museum visitors need to hear both sides [Letter]
    You editorialize that Reginald F. Lewis Museum Director Skipp Sanders' decision to exclude Helena Hicks from a panel discussion on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s "struck a sour note that ended up making the museum look unworthy of the mission...
  • 'Witch's Dungeon' Displays of Classic Hollywood Horror Are Open For The Halloween Season

    'Witch's Dungeon' Displays of Classic Hollywood Horror Are Open For The Halloween Season
    BRISTOL - Cortland Hull's Classic Horror Museum is on display at the Bristol Historical Society this Halloween season. Hull, who bills his "Witch's Dungeon" collection as the nation' longest-running Halloween attraction, is open on weekend evenings. Hull...
  • Wesleyan University Hosting Archaeology Fair In Middletown Saturday

    Wesleyan University Hosting Archaeology Fair In Middletown Saturday
    MIDDLETOWN — Wesleyan University is sponsoring an archaeology fair Saturday, inviting people to learn about archaeological projects and research in Connecticut and the Northeast. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Exley Science...
  • Baltimore's underappreciated cultural treasure [Editorial]

    Baltimore's underappreciated cultural treasure  [Editorial]
    For more than three decades, the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum has been one of the underappreciated cultural gems of Baltimore. Located in an unprepossessing building on East North Avenue, the institution that calls itself "the museum with a...
  • Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion

    Blacks in Wax Museum presses forward with expansion
    Joanne Martin has grown used to doubters. There were questions when she and her late husband, Elmer Martin, a professor of social work, first located Baltimore's National Great Blacks in Wax Museum on a forlorn stretch of North Avenue in East Baltimore....
  • Baltimore blacksmith shop to run nonprofit museum

    Baltimore blacksmith shop to run nonprofit museum
    Sparks started flying at the blacksmith shop on West Saratoga Street when James Madison was president of the United States, and a crew there is still on the job, now operating in a hybrid historical museum and working business. The folks who run G. Krug...