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  • Up North for April 30

    Up North for April 30
    Things to do and see in southern Wisconsin. ART ANDERSON ARTS CENTER: 121 66th St., Kenosha. (262) 653-048; http://www.andersonartscenter.com. Solo Show Winners of 2014 Winter Juried Exhibition: Kathy Barnes, Christopher Johns, Karen Murphy, Suellyn...
  • 14 ways to secure 'favorite' status this Mother's Day

    14 ways to secure 'favorite' status this Mother's Day
    Let someone else cut off the crusts on Mother's Day. It's the most popular brunch day of the year, according to the National Restaurant Association. But that's not the only way, or day, to make mom feel like the queen she really is. From mimosas to...
  • Military museums to visit Memorial Day weekend

    Military museums to visit Memorial Day weekend
    Many of us think of Memorial Day (May 25 this year), as the start of summer vacation season. But it's much more serious than that: It's a time to honor people who lost their lives while serving in the U.S. armed forces. It's possible, however, to...
  • Rauner signs Obama library, Lucas museum law

    Rauner signs Obama library, Lucas museum law
    Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday signed a bill into law aimed at providing legal protections for the Barack Obama presidential library and the George Lucas museum in Chicago. The move ends the mystery of what the Republican governor would do with a measure...
  • Flutist Nicole Mitchell looks into the future with 'Mandorla Awakening'

    Flutist Nicole Mitchell looks into the future with 'Mandorla Awakening'
    Everyone in jazz knows that former Chicagoan Nicole Mitchell stands among the most creative, innovative and technically accomplished flutists working today. But perhaps only Mitchell devotees fully appreciate her passion for science fiction and her...
  • Bring on the Obama Presidential Temple!

     Bring on the Obama Presidential Temple!
    I'm changing my mind on the Obama presidential library. Once I was opposed, thinking the last thing Chicago needed was a multimillion-dollar Temple of Presidential Lies on parkland. But I've since "evolved" after having my brain hit by wave after wave...
  • Build the Obama Library in Washington Park

    Build the Obama Library in Washington Park
    President Barack Obama's library is going to Jackson Park, home to the Museum of Science and Industry, or Washington Park, on the west side of the University of Chicago. The library and museum should go to Washington Park for one reason: Easy access...
  • Obama's library to be built in Chicago, sources say

    Obama's library to be built in Chicago, sources say
    President Barack Obama has selected the University of Chicago to host his library and museum, sources have told the Chicago Tribune. Despite a flurry of reports Thursday that Chicago had won the library, there was no official confirmation by the Obama...
  • Illinois governor signs Obama library, Lucas museum bill

    Gov. Bruce Rauner has approved a measure paving the way for Chicago to use park land for Barack Obama's presidential library and filmmaker George Lucas' museum. A state database tracking legislation showed the measure as a state law Friday, hours after...
  • Adult Continuing Education classes at Goodwin

    EAST HARTFORD - Goodwin College offers Adult Continuing Education (ACE) classes. These classes are free of charge to seniors 55 and older, and are offered in conjunction with the East Hartford South End Senior Center. All courses are presented in two-part...
  • Datebook: Anonymous suburbs, gritty assemblages, the art of African hair

    Datebook: Anonymous suburbs, gritty assemblages, the art of African hair
    Abstractions that bear obscured images of faces, gritty wall pieces made with recycled canvas and bits of detritus, the cookie cutter nature of suburban development around the world, and an installation that touches on the history of surveillance. Plus:...