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  • A re-edited plan for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

    A re-edited plan for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences — the organization that awards the Oscars — is poised to build a new museum stretching across 208,000 square feet on Wilshire Boulevard just west of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art....
  • Natural History Museum renames Dinosaur Hall for Director Jane Pisano

    Natural History Museum renames Dinosaur Hall for Director Jane Pisano
    The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County held its bi-annual Dinosaur Ball on Saturday evening at which trustees, museum staff and other guests gave Director Jane Pisano a monster of an honor. The museum announced it would be renaming its...
  • LACMA expansion, Ridley-Thomas, 'super PAC' intersect in email trail

    LACMA expansion, Ridley-Thomas, 'super PAC' intersect in email trail
    When Michael Lynton, chairman and chief executive of Sony Pictures Entertainment, sat down for lunch last July with L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, each wanted something. Lynton is a trustee of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which...
  • DuPage Children's Museum looking for funding to stay in Aurora mall

    DuPage Children's Museum looking for funding to stay in Aurora mall
    The staff at the DuPage Children's Museum is trying to figure out how to maintain a presence in a storefront at an Aurora mall when the Naperville location reopens this summer. The Naperville facility at 301 N. Washington St. was forced to close in...
  • Fulton students get a hands-on history lesson

    Fulton students get a hands-on history lesson
    Building a community from the ground up is no easy task, especially if you're in the second grade, but based on what I saw recently at the Tinley Park Historical Society, nearly 100 students from Fulton Elementary School were eager to dig in. As part of...
  • NYC: Ellis Island's revamped museum opens with new immigrant exhibition

    NYC: Ellis Island's revamped museum opens with new immigrant exhibition
    Ellis Island, the historic processing center for millions of immigrants in New York Harbor, will open a new exhibition Wednesday that focuses on American immigration in the postwar years and up to the present. The new show and completion of the island's...
  • Community News for Windsor Locks edition

    "Walk for Nutmeg Senior Rides" raises more than $19,000 WINDSOR LOCKS - Nutmeg Senior Rides Annual "Walk for Nutmeg Senior Rides" netted over $19,000. Proceeds from the event are used to provide door-through-door service for seniors and the visually...
  • Community News for Vernon edition

    Preschool registration VERNON - Applications are available for the 2015-2016 Rockville High Preschool Program for Vernon and nearby community residents. The program meets on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings (9:30-11:30 a.m.), November through May....
  • Boca Raton considers final go-ahead for Chabad project

    Boca Raton considers final go-ahead for Chabad project
    BOCA RATON — The long-running debate over Chabad of East Boca Raton's proposed 18,000-square-foot synagogue and museum on East Palmetto Park Road may finally come to an end Wednesday night at City Hall. It's the first house of worship that would be...
  • Women's Philanthropy Board looks ahead

    Women's Philanthropy Board looks ahead
    Against the vibrant backdrop of amazing works of art, nearly 100 local Jewish women came together on April 27 for the annual installation of the Women's Philanthropy Board of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County. Together — with joy,...
  • Newport News installing 200 wayfinding signs

    Newport News installing 200 wayfinding signs
    NEWPORT NEWS — The city has launched a wayfinding effort, installing 200 signs in the hopes of steering drivers to attractions and branding its eight city districts. The blue signs are funded through a federal and state grant, through four phases....