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  • Boca Children's Museum to get new look

    The popular Breakfast with Santa event is still on in December. But the new managers of the Boca Raton Children's Museum will upgrade exhibits to appeal to today's children and rent out part of the newest building for income. A tenant is being...
  • Around Town: Roosevelt impressionist to perform at temple

    Roosevelt impressionist to perform at temple Historical impressionist Peter Small will portray President Franklin D. Roosevelt during services Friday night at Temple Isaiah of Newport, 2401 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach. The event, which will begin at 8 p....
  • FrogWatch USA chapters seek new members for amphibian monitoring

     FrogWatch USA chapters seek new members for amphibian monitoring
    If you like frogs and other amphibians, FrogWatch USA and two local chapters are looking for you to assist in identifying local species. "It is a nationwide frog and toad monitoring survey that trains members of the community to identify local frog...
  • LACMA's missing Goya? It ended up in the hands of Imelda Marcos

    LACMA's missing Goya? It ended up in the hands of Imelda Marcos
    With the L.A. County Museum of Art's 50th anniversary going down this month, it seems like it's been all LACMA, all the time, around here. One of the more curious stories that emerged in all of the reporting came from cultural critic William Poundstone,...
  • The Valley Line: Pasadena Showcase House of Design to open this weekend

    The Valley Line: Pasadena Showcase House of Design to open this weekend
    I just received a note from Jan Du Plain, daughter of Joe Du Plain, the late former owner, publisher and editor of ye old Valley Sun. Jan, who grew up here in La Cañada, for many years has lived in Washington, D.C. She is a faithful reader of our...
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art to leave longtime home at Bergamot Station

    Santa Monica Museum of Art to leave longtime home at Bergamot Station
    The Santa Monica Museum of Art is suspending operations, calling a timeout to consider its options for a future away from its longtime but no longer hospitable home at the Bergamot Station art complex. Two current exhibitions that close Saturday will...
  • Graffiti in the 'Gallery': Show about street art a bold choice for Hellenic Museum

    Graffiti in the 'Gallery': Show about street art a bold choice for Hellenic Museum
    "Read the walls!" says one of the works of Greek street art on display in "The Street Is My Gallery," now up at the National Hellenic Museum. "It's your children talking to you!" If this is true, then the scores of images of Athenian public art that...
  • Holocaust Memorial Exhibition opens Wednesday at Orlando Museum of Art

    Holocaust Memorial Exhibition opens Wednesday at Orlando Museum of Art
    The Orlando Museum of Art will host "Sanctuary: A Holocaust Memorial Exhibition" beginning Wednesday, April 15, and continuing through April 26. The opening coincides with Yom HaShoah — Holocaust Remembrance Day. The exhibition commemorates the...
  • What's happening in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach

    What's happening in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach
    City Annapolis, Spa Creek and Severn River. •The Wednesday Night Races, featuring more than 120 sailboats of all sizes, begins April 22. The regatta on the Severn River begins around 6 p.m., with the often spectacular finish on Spa Creek in front...
  • 'Sanctuary' commemorates Holocaust at Orlando Museum of Art

    'Sanctuary' commemorates Holocaust at Orlando Museum of Art
    A wooden tunnel leads to an enclosed metal shack in Michael Wolf's art installation "Sanctuary." The artist pictured a hiding spot for Jewish children trying to evade the Nazis during World War II. When Coralie Claeyson-Gleyzon saw his work, she...
  • Correction: Hawaiian Artifacts story

    In a story April 9 about Hawaiian artifacts retrieved from a sunken royal yacht, The Associated Press reported erroneously when field work was completed. The project ended in 2000, not 2001 as the AP was originally told by Richard Rogers, a Hawaii...