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  • Early H.B. family's story at center of PBS documentary on Wintersburg

    Early H.B. family's story at center of PBS documentary on Wintersburg
    It has been about eight years since Huntington Beach preservationists began their efforts to save the site known as Historic Wintersburg. But the thought of it having historical relevance didn't immediately occur to one of its former residents. Norman...
  • Florida Keys Reef launches science series

    Florida Keys Reef launches science series
    WUCF-Channel 24, Orlando's PBS station, rolls out a new weekly series this week. "Sci Tech Central" examines technological innovations and scientific breakthroughs locally and nationally. The program debuts at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. John Pierce serves as...
  • 'It's My Party' singer-songwriter Lesley Gore dies at 68

    Singer-songwriter Lesley Gore, who topped the charts in 1963 at age 16 with her epic song of teenage angst, "It's My Party," and followed it up with the hits "Judy's Turn to Cry," and the feminist anthem "You Don't Own Me," died Monday. She was 68....
  • Dittmann: Engineering a little family fun easier than it looks

    It's no coincidence that the upcoming week holds both George Washington's birthday as well as National Engineers Week. When the National Society of Professional Engineers initiated Engineers Week in 1951, it was timed with a nod to Washington who, among...
  • Program showcases music scene at historic Charleston venue

    Charleston, South Carolina, has become a go-to destination for travelers seeking a dip into southern hospitality, history and haute cuisine, ranking consistently as a top domestic and international travel destination. Now the lead guitarist and...
  • Seminole State College wraps up 10-year August Wilson theater project

    Seminole State College wraps up 10-year August Wilson theater project
    When the curtain rises Friday on "Radio Golf," Seminole State College becomes one of just a handful of theaters nationwide to stage an award-winning 10-play series chronicling the African-American experience. The decadelong presentation of works by...
  • Symphony meets the circus in Allentown

    Symphony meets the circus in Allentown
    Most people attend orchestra concerts to hear the music, and most musicians join the orchestras to play it. Yet in the course of their long histories, many symphony orchestras have played host to such added attractions as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Jose...
  • Broadway Spouses Audra McDonald, Will SwensonTo Star In Williamstown's 'Moon for the Misbegotten'

    Broadway Spouses Audra McDonald, Will SwensonTo Star In Williamstown's 'Moon for the Misbegotten'
    Six-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald and her spouse Tony Award-nominee Will Swenson will star in Eugene O'Neill's "A Moon for the Misbegotten" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer in the Massachusetts Berkshires.The production will run...
  • 'Downton' comes to North Carolina estate

    'Downton' comes to North Carolina estate
    Biltmore Estate is always dressed to impress. The Gilded Age mansion, built on the outskirts of Asheville, N.C., by a scion of one of the wealthiest families in America, literally sets the scene in "Being There" and other films that require high-ceiling...
  • Ease up, Grammys: No need to force the TV-music magic

    Ease up, Grammys: No need to force the TV-music magic
    Last night was the Grammys, also known as The Show Determined to Make You Never Want to Hear One Note of "Stay With Me " Ever Again. And that was the record of the year in the music industry's annual celebration of (what's left of) itself. Imagine how...
  • Hollywood more interested in the story than in the facts

    Never mind the war between left and right over the politics of "American Sniper." What about the war between fact and fiction? In the Clint Eastwood-directed box-office juggernaut ($260 million and counting), adapted from Navy SEAL Chris Kyle's account...