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  • Orlando Museum of Art hosts 'Art in Equality'

     Orlando Museum of Art hosts 'Art in Equality'
    Orlando Museum of Art's monthly 1st Thursday program is a little more serious than usual in August as it examines equality among the usual socializing. "Art in Equality" features Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh as honorary chairman. He...
  • Can you see the light? {Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse}

    Can you see the light? {Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse}
    For thousands of years, the point of land at the junction of the Indian River and the Jupiter Inlet had been a meeting place for Indian tribes. In 1854 President Franklin Pierce signed an order for the Fort Jupiter Reservation to be the site for...
  • Lutz Museum sheds light on nocturnal animals

    "When do you sleep?" Lutz Children's Museum science program educator Torey Dake asked a group of kids at Mary Cheney Library on July 30. She was there to talk about diurnal and nocturnal animals, and the differences in behaviors of the two animal groups....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Savoring The Spice Of Life With Heide Lang

    Heide Lang, owner and chief instructor of the Fig Cooking School will present "A Spice of Life: Boosting Flavor Profiles and Healthy Eating," at the Pardee-Morris House on Sunday, Aug.10, at 2 p.m. Lang will demonstrate how easily anyone can make meals...
  • Day trip: Northern Neck holds history, wineries and beautiful countryside

    There are two types of day-trippers in my mind — those who meticulously research and map out their adventure, and those that who out to explore with no itinerary in mind. I'm somewhere in between. For a day trip to the Northern Neck, I picked...
  • A trip through expanded reality with Magritte

    A trip through expanded reality with Magritte
    Getting through the day requires a certain amount of repression. There is order in the ordinary: a pipe is a thing to be packed with tobacco and smoked, the word "sky" refers to the blue space up above, a slice of ham will lie still and silent until it is...
  • A man and his music

    As Bill Jenkins sees it, music is so much more than melody, rhythm and lyrics. It's a part of our history, he says. A part of who we are, both individually and collectively. Jenkins, the Gloucester County man who has been singing traditional songs for...
  • 'Space To Maneuver' At NBMAA

    'Space To Maneuver' At NBMAA
    There's weird behavior going on at New Britain Museum of American Art: People insulting each other, lying on the floor under artworks, grabbing other artworks and spinning them around. It's all Bob Gregson's doing. Gregson's exhibit, "Space to Maneuver,...
  • Field Museum packs in science and much, much more

    Field Museum packs in science and much, much more
    The only way Chicago's Field Museum could have had a better benefactor is if there had been a generous turn-of-the-last-century tycoon named "Natural History." Considering the unlikelihood of that, "Field" will do. Marshall Field was a retailing mogul...
  • Art Everywhere: Coming to a billboard or subway platform near you

    Art Everywhere: Coming to a billboard or subway platform near you
    On Aug. 4, digital billboards in New York's Times Square will flash with renowned American art. It will be a brief but shining respite from the blunt force with which commercial imagery regularly bombards our psyches by means of billboards, bus shelters,...
  • 100 years ago, Babe Ruth's professional baseball career took flight with the Orioles

    100 years ago, Babe Ruth's professional baseball career took flight with the Orioles
    A century ago in spring training, a rawboned Orioles rookie stepped to the plate, swung from the heels and hit a fastball deep to right field. The ball landed in a rut in a cornfield, more than 400 feet from home plate. In Fayetteville, N.C., a historic...