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  • Broward County Calendar

      Through Monday, May 4 Exhibit: "Visual Concerto" Weston Art Guild The art exhibit features work from the Weston Art Guild. City of Pembroke Pines Glass Gallery, 10100 Pines Blvd. 954-961-6067 or http://www.ppines.com/glassgallery Thursday,...
  • Group blasts state over Obama library, Lucas museum bill

    A group opposed to building Barack Obama's presidential library on park land and the Lucas Museum near Lake Michigan says a bill by state lawmakers that bolsters both efforts does not change the fact that what the city is pushing for is illegal. The...
  • Chicago's Art Institute receives largest gift in its history

    The Art Institute of Chicago is receiving a major gift of contemporary art, including works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns and Jeff Koons. The museum said Wednesday that it is receiving 42 pieces from Chicago-based philanthropists...
  • Defining Connecticut: 50 Objects, 50 Stories

    Defining Connecticut: 50 Objects, 50 Stories
    In a sign of its new scope, the Connecticut Historical Society engaged more than 400 museums, historic properties and individuals in a dynamic discussion to curate its next exhibit, which opens May 19. "When we were developing our strategic plan, we...
  • Entertainment Announcements: Southern High School ArtQuest, Asbury United Methodist Church music events, QAC "StArt" program, "Either Fish or Fowl" art exhibit, Annapolis Maritime Museum, Woods Church concert, AACC concerts, AACC Dance Company "Spring Migration," ASO, Annapolis

    ArtQuest Southern High School students, along with Southern Middle School and all Southern elementary feeder schools, will showcase their artwork during ArtQuest from 6:30 to 9 p.m. April 23 at the school, 4400 Solomons Island Road in Harwood. Over $2,...
  • Community News for Vernon edition

    Students Successful at CT Brave New Voices Slam Poetry Contest ROCKVILLE - Congratulations to Rockville High School Junior Mallory Chabre, who on Sunday competed for and won a position on the 2015 CT Brave New Voices Slam Poetry Team. The finals were...
  • Emanuel praises vote for Obama library, Lucas museum bill

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel says legislation beefing up Chicago's legal grounds to use public park land as potential sites for Barack Obama's presidential library and George Lucas' proposed museum will benefit residents and visitors for generations to come. The...
  • Louisiana Children's Museum wins national award

    The Louisiana Children's Museum is among 10 museums and libraries from coast to coast being awarded the National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the national Institute of Museum and Library Services said Tuesday. The medal, to be presented May 18...
  • A capital idea: Take the kids to D.C.

    A capital idea: Take the kids to D.C.
    Washington, D.C., may be the capital of the free (stuff to do) world, but there’s a trick to visiting with kids. Your job is not to bore them to death. My husband, E.J., and I had a great time in our nation’s capital this past summer with...
  • Datebook: Suburban strangeness, a master of noir, skewering the powerful

    Datebook: Suburban strangeness, a master of noir, skewering the powerful
    Paintings that capture the strangeness of Huntington Beach, the latest from an icon of punk graphics and a longtime painter who still sets his sites on the rich and the powerful. Plus: a tour of downtown Los Angeles modernism and a performance that is all...
  • Time running out on watchmaker's museum in Connecticut

    Watchmaker Timex says it's time to close its museum in Waterbury, Connecticut. The company says Timexpo, which opened in May, 2001, will close on Sept. 30, a result of poor attendance. Waterbury Mayor Neil O'Leary tells the Republican-American newspaper...