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  • Arts news: Phone tours at Sigal, Passport to the Arts

    PHONE TOURS BY SIGAL Visitors can tour the Sigal Museum exhibits with free audio tours provided by the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society. Guide by Cell audio tours allows users to get additional information on permanent exhibits....
  • Try these great Mid-Atlantic beachers

    It's summer. It's beach season. But where to go for the sun and the sand? Whether you're a newbie in the area or a longtime resident in search of fresh ideas, have a look at the itineraries we've pulled together for various types of beachgoers. Then...
  • Busway Will Be Game-Changer

    The League of Voters of Greater Hartford is looking forward to the grand opening of CTfastrak next spring and we urge residents of the region to imagine how rapid transit can transform Hartford and its environs. Already, you can catch glimpses of the...
  • Cash-short Argentines flood Rio in hope of basking in World Cup glory

    Cash-short Argentines flood Rio in hope of basking in World Cup glory
    Tens of thousands of Argentines, most without game tickets and unable to find or afford hotel rooms, have descended on Rio de Janeiro for Sunday's World Cup final pitting their nation's blue-and-white-clad soccer heroes against Germany. At the...
  • The price we pay for government

    The price we pay for government
    Nobody much likes to talk about it at city halls or county offices, but it costs money to have elected officials meet once or twice a month to make rules for a community or decide how to spend taxpayers' funds. Few Peninsula-area localities disclose...
  • Disney enchanted by Bethlehem

    The wonderful world of Disney will soon include a piece of Bethlehem. The Walt Disney Co., whose fictional forests created cover for characters from Bambi to Snow White, has finalized an environmental deal involving the 20,000 acres of lush woods...
  • After break, Fallston's Leiter trains his eye on more titles in field archery

    After break, Fallston's Leiter trains his eye on more titles in field archery
    When Mike Leiter practices archery at the Harford Bowmen club at Susquehanna State Park, it might not appear he is having fun. Leiter, one of the most successful archers in the country, is a quiet person, especially when practicing. Each shot, even when...
  • Faithful flock to see statue of Santo Toribio, the immigrants' saint

     Faithful flock to see statue of Santo Toribio, the immigrants' saint
    People say he's their guardian, their lawyer, their smuggler. On a recent afternoon, they lined up at his feet with their requests: Please, my mother needs a visa. Please, my niece was caught by agents. Please, I can't go on being illegal. As a...
  • Millennium Park: 10 years old and an economic boon

     Millennium Park: 10 years old and an economic boon
    Millennium Park, which turns 10 Wednesday, is the best thing former Mayor Richard M. Daley ever did. But as this month's titillating trial over a controversial contract for the Park Grill shows, the popular park has never fully detached itself from...
  • Nancy Watrous, film archivist

     Nancy Watrous, film archivist
    Being executive director of Chicago Film Archives has its perks. Why, you could sit all day and watch the movies of Margaret Conneely (an amateur Chicago filmmaker who worked in the latter half of the 20th century). Not that Nancy Watrous has the time....
  • Art Splash offers fun with masterpieces at Philadelphia Museum of Art

    A dozen kids peer at a painting of two young men. The men, pictured a few steps up on a spiral staircase, peer right back at them. "What do you notice about this painting?" asks Devon Smith, educator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. "It has a real...