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  • Hindus Host Festival of India on Saturday

    Hindus Host Festival of India on Saturday
    On Saturday, March 30, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., the Hindu Society of Central Florida, 1994 Lake Drive, Casselberry, will host its annual Festival of India. Admission is free, although a fee of $5 per car will charged for parking. Celebrate India’...
  • Pitcher Mussina headlines Orioles Hall of Fame class

    Pitcher Mussina headlines Orioles Hall of Fame class
      SARASOTA, Fla. -- Roughly a dozen years after he fled the Orioles for the greener pastures of the rival New York Yankees, leaving behind a bitter fan base and a franchise that hasn't been competitive since, Mike Mussina will return to Baltimore this...
  • Mussina and Dauer discuss election into Orioles Hall of Fame

    Mussina and Dauer discuss election into Orioles Hall of Fame
    Here are some quotes from Rich Dauer and Mike Mussina regarding their election into the Orioles Hall of Fame, which was announced today. The induction ceremony will be on Aug. 25. Mussina on whether he considers himself an Oriole or Yankee:  "I...
  • Patience Abbe dies at 87; bestselling child author

    Patience Abbe dies at 87; bestselling child author
    Patience Abbe was only 11 when the memoir she wrote with her two brothers, "Around the World in Eleven Years," climbed onto the bestseller lists for grown-ups in 1936. As the siblings recounted their nomadic childhood in Europe and subsequent move to...
  • John McCracken dies at 76; contemporary artist made geometric sculptures

    John McCracken dies at 76; contemporary artist made geometric sculptures
    John McCracken, an artist whose fusion of painting with geometric sculpture in the mid-1960s came to embody an aesthetic distinctive to postwar Los Angeles, died Friday in New York. He was 76. McCracken had lived in Santa Fe, N.M., since 1994 and,...
  • Hilton Kramer dies at 84; polarizing but widely read art critic

    Hilton Kramer dies at 84; polarizing but widely read art critic
    Hilton Kramer, one of the art world's most polarizing and widely read critics for 50 years and founding editor of the conservative arts journal The New Criterion, died Tuesday in Harpswell, Maine. He was 84. Kramer had a rare blood disorder and died of...
  • Madonna launches 'MDNA' with a spree of personal appearances

     
    Madonna released her new record "MDMA" on Monday, and the pop queen had quite the busy weekend on the promotional trail. Madonna visited the offices of Facebook for a chat with Jimmy Fallon, then hit Miami's Ultra music festival for a surprise...
  • Sightings: Elizabeth Banks feasts on furniture; Phelps flexes

     
    Celebrity sightings: The Ministry of Gossip has eyes on everyone from "The Hunger Games" fashion plate Elizabeth Banks scoping some furniture in LA to Olympian Michael Phelps getting ready for this year's Olympic swimming trials....
  • UF museum exhibit displays Hindu deity sculptures

     
    The newly opened Asian Art Wing of Harn Museum of Art of University of Florida in Gainesville carries sculptures of Hindu deities of Shiva, Durga and Vishnu. Besides these sandstone sculptures showing Shiva with Uma, Durga slaying Buffalo Demon, and...
  • Cambodia after the killing fields

    Cambodia after the killing fields
    A muddy, weed-choked field in the hills of northern Cambodia is the last resting place of Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot, chief instigator of a communist regime that enslaved a nation, dismantled its social and cultural institutions and took the lives of 2...
  • Why Arizona banned ethnic studies

    It's more than a little ironic that the same Arizona Legislature that spearheaded a ruthless, racially charged campaign against illegal immigrants also banned K-12 ethnic studies classes on the grounds that they promote hatred and division. Who knew...