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  • Abstract Frank Stella sculpture 'Adjoeman' joins Cedars-Sinai artworks

     Abstract Frank Stella sculpture 'Adjoeman' joins Cedars-Sinai artworks
    An enormous abstract sculpture, a sailboat of sorts, rests on a pedestal at the intersection of Beverly and San Vicente boulevards in West Hollywood. Its dark, carbon-fiber sails seem to billow in the wind, and corkscrew spirals of stainless steel, like...
  • HII's Ingalls division wins Coast Guard contract

    HII's Ingalls division wins Coast Guard contract
    Huntington Ingalls Industries failed in its bid to design a new Coast Guard offshore patrol cutter, which is designed to replace medium endurance ships in the fleet. But when it comes to building Coast Guard flagship cutters, the company appears to be...
  • Smells like ... a Westsider: All wet lawn and the sweat of a trophy wife

     Smells like ... a Westsider: All wet lawn and the sweat of a trophy wife
    Last Saturday I approached no fewer than 30 strangers and sniffed them. They sniffed me back. Some thought I smelled nice, though a few gagged. We were part of an "olfactory public artwork" at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, a one-day installation,...
  • Winter Park merchants see business bounce from SunRail

    Winter Park merchants see business bounce from SunRail
    SunRail has exceeded ridership estimates in its early months of operation, and it's exceeding expectations in another way, too. The commuter train is being credited with boosting the bottom line for businesses near the Winter Park station, which is...
  • Here's what's up in Indy

    Here's what's up in Indy
    "This is not the city I grew up in," said Alyssa Starr Newerth, director of advancement at Indy Reads Books, a locally owned bookshop. "So much has changed. People love this city so much now — you can feel it." There is a feeling that Indianapolis...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hands-On Marine Science Focus Of Natural History Museum Program

    The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History, part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UConn, presents "Project O - Fun in the Lab and On the Sea!" The program takes place through Project Oceanology at UConn Avery Point on Saturday, July 26,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Joseph N. Goff House To Host Exhibit On Tourism In East Hampton

    The Joseph N. Goff House Board of Directors is pleased to host a new exhibit titled "Tourism, Summer Lodges and Camping in East Hampton." The exhibit, which features photos, drawings, memorabilia and memories of East Hampton's thriving summer vacation...
  • Frank Stella's whirlwind Los Angeles visit rekindles memories

    Frank Stella's whirlwind Los Angeles visit rekindles memories
    Los Angeles holds a special place for Frank Stella. As a young artist in the '60s and '70s, the longtime New Yorker spent time on and off working at Gemini Graphic Editions Limited in L.A., making prints. "It was the first time I went outside of New...
  • Bands present star-spangled concerts

    Friday is the Fourth of July, which means it's a good a time to strike up the band. Or in this case, bands, since four local bands have Independence Day programs on tap. So get those lawn chairs planted and flags waving. The Allentown Band, under the...
  • Museum passes

    TOLLAND- Tolland Public Library offers many free or reduced admission passes to area museums and attractions. Passes may be reserved in advance and are permitted to be circulated for three days. Passes can be checked out with an up-to-date Tolland adult...
  • Exploring Jewish history in Europe

    Rome, on the banks of the Tiber River not far from the Mediterranean Sea, is an excellent starting place to explore European Jewish history. Home to a Jewish community of 13,000 that has lived here since the second century B.C., the city offers many...