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  • 'Cultural feeding frenzy': Art world descends on Cuba for Havana Biennial

    Rosa Lowinger has been getting the invitations at a rate of two a day. The Los Angeles-based sculpture conservator, who writes frequently on Cuba and leads art and architectural tours of the country, is in the Cuban capital for the opening of the latest...
  • Community news for Windham edition

    Nathan Hale's 260th birthday COVENTRY – The 260th birthday of Connecticut's State Hero Nathan Hale will be on Sunday, June 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Nathan Hale Homestead, 2299 South St. Special activities include free tours of the first...
  • Memorial Day events on the Peninsula

    Memorial Day events on the Peninsula
     Newport News Memorial Day Celebration at Victory Arch: Victory Arch, 25th Street and West Avenue, Newport News. Sponsored by the American Legion Braxton-Perkins Post No. 25. Ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. Monday. After the ceremony, the public is...
  • Fun under the solstice sun

    Fun under the solstice sun
    After a long winter of staying indoors, we're all antsy for a jaunt to someplace sunny and exotic. Iceland might not be the first destination that comes to mind, but with WOW Air's new nonstop service from Baltimore to Reykjavik, the small island nation...
  • Announcements

    Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation The Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation will meet at 9 a.m. May 26 at Maryland Department of Agriculture, 50 Harry S. Truman Parkway. The agenda will consist of general board business. For more...
  • Signs of the old Movieland Wax Museum linger in Buena Park

    Signs of the old Movieland Wax Museum linger in Buena Park
    The old sign still looms over Beach Boulevard, a 20th century landmark that, like the museum it once trumpeted, held out past the dawn of multiplexes and YouTube. The Movieland Wax Museum, which closed in 2005 after 43 years in business, continues to...
  • Former Walters Art Museum director Gary Vikan is one of six contestants in literary "Pitch Week"

    Former Walters Art Museum director Gary Vikan is one of six contestants  in literary "Pitch Week"
    Former Walters Art Museum director Gary Vikan might not appear to have much in common with Sawyer Fredericks, who just won Season 8 of "The Voice" on NBC. But Vikan has been selected as one of six contestants nationwide who will compete in June during...
  • Enfield Students Headed To National History Day Competition

    Three John F. Kennedy Middle School students have performed their way to the national level of the National History Day competition. Fourteen-year-old eighth graders Zack Healy, Alex Krawiec and Nick Steele placed first in the junior group performance...
  • Broward County Calendar

      Thursday, May 21, at 11:30 a.m. Magnolia Luncheon United Way of Broward County's Women Leadership Council The fourth annual luncheon recognizes women of dignity, strength and perseverance. Lynne Wines and Publix Super Markets will be honored...
  • Unionville Museum Opens 'Favorite Things' Exhibit

    Unionville Museum Opens 'Favorite Things' Exhibit
    FARMINGTON — The Unionville Museum is now welcoming visitors to its 69th exhibit featuring many aspects of the village's history. The free exhibit, "These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things," was assembled by examining the museum's collection and...
  • Delaware, three ways: Rated-G, rockin' or ritzy

    Delaware, three ways: Rated-G, rockin' or ritzy
    What defines an ideal beach vacation? Well, that depends upon whom you ask. For most families, its about lazy days playing in the sand and hopping waves, lively dinners of cracking crabs at a picnic table, topped off with a stroll on the boardwalk and...