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  • Bethlehem Bach Festival 're-imagined' for 108th year

    The music of J.S. Bach invites innovation and experimentation like that of no other composer. No matter how many times we hear his music performed, there always is something new to learn and something different to listen for. So it is with the 108th...
  • Firm set to design plan for Homewood science center

    Firm set to design plan for Homewood science center
    Plans to build a community science center in Homewood's downtown area are progressing, Representatives from San Francisco-based Global Studios met Monday with residents and the proposed science center's advisory board to begin exploring the community'...
  • Has Russell Crowe finally grown up?

    As long as he can keep the altercations to a minimum and not hit anyone with a flying telephone, maybe Russell Crowe can draw an audience to see "The Water Diviner" ["Opening a New Door," April 19]. His antics were incredibly tiresome, but maybe he's...
  • Illinois air museum plans to close over finances

    An eastern Illinois museum that catalogues the history of a long-closed Air Force base and houses dozens of planes plans to close at the end of the year. Leaders of the Chanute Air Museum in Rantoul say they can't afford to stay open, The News-Gazette in...
  • Peace museum to honor Ohio conscientious objector

    An Ohio conscientious objector killed 44 years ago in Vietnam is being honored by the Dayton International Peace Museum. The museum is honoring Ted Studebaker with an exhibit that opens Sunday and with the Peace Heroes Walk on May 2. Museum officials...
  • Washington County artist granted wish for solo exhibit

    William "Bill" Bulla's paintings have been in exhibits before, but the Hagerstown resident said he'd never before had an exhibit just of his work. The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts and Hospice of Washington County granted Bulla's wish for an...
  • Museum to honor "Flying Housewife" who flew around the world

    A central Ohio museum is going to honor the first woman to fly solo around the world. The Columbus Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1GmdcUp ) reports that The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art and Technology in Newark announced plans for a permanent exhibit...
  • Mary McLeod Bethune dress heads to Smithsonian

    Ashley Robertson wears white gloves as she takes the dress out of a wardrobe case and slides it on a mannequin. "It will damage easily," she says, standing inside what was once Mary McLeod Bethune's home on the Bethune-Cookman University campus. "We have...
  • Group seeks rights to 'Mockingbird' play in Lee's hometown

    A new group plans to produce a stage version of "To Kill a Mockingbird" in author Harper Lee's hometown, where leaders fear a stalemate over rights to the play will kill an annual production that lures thousands of visitors annually. An actor in the...
  • Book looks at little-known female artists in Mount Vernon

    Book looks at little-known female artists in Mount Vernon
    Retired architect and collector Allen C. Abend has uncovered a group of 16 little-known Baltimore women artists who painted and sketched here about a century ago. Blessed with time and patience, he has just published his own book, "Baltimore's Forgotten...
  • Movie about history of Elgin's African Americans to premiere Sunday

    Movie about history of Elgin's African Americans to premiere Sunday
    Dreamed of for decades by African-American leader Ernie Broadnax, finally turned into reality over the past two years by director Phil Broxham with the help of the Elgin History Museum, that long-discussed documentary film tracing the history of African...