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  • LACMA expansion, Ridley-Thomas, 'super PAC' intersect in email trail

    LACMA expansion, Ridley-Thomas, 'super PAC' intersect in email trail
    When Michael Lynton, chairman and chief executive of Sony Pictures Entertainment, sat down for lunch last July with L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, each wanted something. Lynton is a trustee of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which...
  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do this weekend

    Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do this weekend
    In the Freebie Spotlight   Celebration Exotic Car Festival: judged exotic car exhibition and vehicles featured in films. 10 a.m. Saturday, Downtown Celebration, Market Street, Celebration, free, 407-566-4007, celebrationexoticcars.com.   Spring...
  • DuPage Children's Museum looking for funding to stay in Aurora mall

    DuPage Children's Museum looking for funding to stay in Aurora mall
    The staff at the DuPage Children's Museum is trying to figure out how to maintain a presence in a storefront at an Aurora mall when the Naperville location reopens this summer. The Naperville facility at 301 N. Washington St. was forced to close in...
  • Fulton students get a hands-on history lesson

    Fulton students get a hands-on history lesson
    Building a community from the ground up is no easy task, especially if you're in the second grade, but based on what I saw recently at the Tinley Park Historical Society, nearly 100 students from Fulton Elementary School were eager to dig in. As part of...
  • NYC: Ellis Island's revamped museum opens with new immigrant exhibition

    NYC: Ellis Island's revamped museum opens with new immigrant exhibition
    Ellis Island, the historic processing center for millions of immigrants in New York Harbor, will open a new exhibition Wednesday that focuses on American immigration in the postwar years and up to the present. The new show and completion of the island's...
  • Painted Ladies, Monarchs coming soon to Irvine Nature Center

    The first shipment of butterflies was set to arrive May 19, with two more shipments on the way. By the time the Irvine Nature Center Butterfly Enclosure opens to the public on May 25, there should be 300 butterflies to get up close and personal with....
  • Blue Star Museums

    Blue Star Museums
    From Memorial Day through Labor Day, active military, reserve and National Guard members and their families get free admission to more than 2,000 museums — including 40 in Connecticut — through the Blue Star Museums program, a collaboration of...
  • The Mail 5/20/15

    The Mail 5/20/15
    FROM THE WEB, Facebook, and Twitter “BALTIMORE CITY POWER RANKINGS: LORETTA LYNCH, THE BSO, HOGAN, MORE” Yeah the gangs and criminals of Bmore City love some Shelia - Sorry I been living in the heart of the city for over 20 years, she...
  • Fort Meade: Son of former POW follows father's adventures to Meade

    Fort Meade: Son of former POW follows father's adventures to Meade
    Although he never uttered a word about Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, Michele Rizi used to reminisce lightheartedly about his service for the Royal Italian Army during World War II. "He never fired a shot and was taken prisoner in Sicily," his son...
  • Revolutionary War Encampment Part Of Wethersfield Memorial Day Events

    WETHERSFIELD — Bayonets will be on the agenda at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum's annual Revolutionary War Encampment Saturday. Members of the 5th Connecticut Regiment, a group of Revolutionary War re-enactors, will demonsrtate the proper use of the...
  • Holocaust Museum: Pilot program aims to preserve survivor voices for future generations

    Holocaust Museum: Pilot program aims to preserve survivor voices for future generations
    Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter has never officially stepped foot inside the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center in Skokie — or has he? Just this weekend, Gutter appeared to be seated comfortably in a chair at the front of the Lillian...