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  • Spanish royalty helps open $36 million Salvador Dali museum in St. Petersburg

    Spanish royalty helps open $36 million Salvador Dali museum in St. Petersburg
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — For a few hours Tuesday, this Florida city was transformed into a Surrealist canvas in honor of Salvador Dali, the genre's master. A man wearing a large snail hat led a parade of drummers, who were followed by a...
  • Beat the heat in Florida? Museums are cool

    Beat the heat in Florida? Museums are cool
    No matter how the most optimistic among us might try to spin it, this Florida heat is tough to take when summer moves into the dog days. Fortunately, the resourceful traveler knows there are cool things to do, literally, in the Sunshine State. So fold up...
  • When Florida gets cold, here's some warm travel options

    When Florida gets cold, here's some warm travel options
    For inquiring minds that want a window into how the Postcards from Florida column comes together, here's the reason your traveling correspondent selected this week's photo: It looks warm. Thinking about warm places was top of mind this week, with...
  • Sunshine State charms: 21 things to do on your Florida vacation

    Sunshine State charms: 21 things to do on your Florida vacation
    Some of the best attractions in Florida — the beaches, sunsets and environmental gems — remain blissfully unchanged over time. Yet there are always new diversions, from museums and attractions to quirky stops that shout "only in Florida."...
  • Beating the summer heat at the Florida Aquarium in Tampa

    Beating the summer heat at the Florida Aquarium in Tampa
    It's hot out there, huh? That unmistakable Florida heat motivated me to pick out the refreshing picture that is the theme of this week's postcard: Ideas for cool fun (literally) in the Sunshine State. Last week, on the shores of Flagler Beach, I had a...
  • Helpful Web sites if you go

    Helpful Web sites if you go
    If you go *Tampa Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau: visittampabay.com *St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce: stpete.com *St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce: stjohnscountychamber.com *The Florida Aquarium: flaquarium.org *Salvador Dali Museum:...
  • 'The Show That Smells' by Derek McCormack

    'The Show That Smells' by Derek McCormack
    The Show That Smells A Novel Derek McCormack Akashic Books: 120 pp., $15.95 paper Even by the standards of the paranormal romances that occupy the top slots of bestseller lists, Derek McCormack's new novel of cursed crooners, murderous fashion...
  • The world through kaleidoscope eyes

    The world through kaleidoscope eyes
    From 1965 to 1967, British artist Alan Aldridge was the art director of Penguin UK, bringing an edgy, growingly psychedelic design sensibility to its always culture-clashing paperbacks. Eventually, Aldridge and the publisher parted ways, and he spent time...
  • Artcetera

    Laguna Art Museum 307 Cliff Drive (949) 494-8971 http://www.lagunaartmuseum.org Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Open until 9 p.m. during First Thursdays Art Walk. Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for seniors, students and active military....
  • Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly

    Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly
    The words "art restorer" provoke visions of dormer-windowed studios, of flaking oil paintings in Rococo frames, of landscapes emerging from beneath layers of ancient grime. It's startling, then, to enter Gustavo Perez's workshops — a cluster of...
  • Book places: Abraham Lincoln Book Shop

    Book places: Abraham Lincoln Book Shop
    Amidst the busts and icons in the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, there is a Norman Rockwell print of a hunky  Lincoln holding an ax in one hand and a book in the other. This romanticized Bunyanesque version of Illinois' iconic politician is a fitting image...