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  • Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Martin have very public date in NYC

    Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Martin have very public date in NYC
    Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin appear to be very much back on. The Oscar-winning actress and the Coldplay musician were spotted together over the weekend doing romantic things — you know, like having a very conspicuous lunch, walking hand in...
  • $39 Amtrak fares from Baltimore to New York City

    $39 Amtrak fares from Baltimore to New York City
    Want to visit Ralph Lauren's Polo Bar? Have an inkling to do some designer shopping at Century 21? What about a nice walk along Fifth Avenue or a stroll in Central Park? New York City is a short train ride from Baltimore and Amtrak is offering two...
  • 'Once Upon a Time': A villain returns, a hero is born in 'Heart of Gold'

    The author has been unveiled, but the problems are just beginning for the heroes and villains of "Once Upon a Time," and the "Heart of Gold" episode also gave us the biggest switcheroo in this mini season so far. We start with Emma still being really...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Thomas Edison Laboratory, West Orange, N.J., lunch, May 3. $85. Kutztown Library, 610-683-8482. •Central Park Birding Trip, guided bird walk, free time, April 30. $80. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, 610-756-6961. •Frida Kahlo'...
  • Mexico non-violence art features guns with knotted barrels

    Replicas of a sculpture of a knotted pistol that was designed in honor of the late musician John Lennon are being displayed this month in Monterrey, a northern industrial city that knows about gun violence. The 13 pieces in a variety of colors and...
  • Proposal would turn empty site into park

    Proposal would turn empty site into park
    The former site of Fort Lauderdale's Building Department, now empty for roughly a decade, has aspirations to become a community park. That is, if local residents have anything to say about it. Residents of the city's Flagler Village neighborhood have...
  • Bikes, trains, automobiles help thousands pack Winter Park art festival

    Bikes, trains, automobiles help thousands pack Winter Park art festival
    With jam-packed SunRail trains and only paid parking, the 30-minute bike ride from Maitland to the 56th annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival was worth it for Laura Barbero-Buffa and Michael Buffa. The two were among the dozens that used the enclosed...
  • Los Angeles public space is rambunctious again; let's dress it properly

    Los Angeles public space is rambunctious again; let's dress it properly
    "The public sector stopped making public space a long time ago," Los Angeles architect Jon Jerde told Wired magazine rather matter-of-factly in 1999. Jerde, who died last month at age 75, was best known for projects that were both resigned to and...
  • Video: Icy circles and a cold winter night in Central Park

    Video: Icy circles and a cold winter night in Central Park
    After a winter of so much snow and cold, spring -- arriving today -- will get a big welcome on the U.S. East Coast this year.  But before we forget how chilly it got, here’s a video glimpse of a sub-freezing February night at the south end of...
  • Strong crowds turn out early for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

    Strong crowds turn out early for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival
    For years now, Robert Kastrinos has felt a passion for tea pots – especially when he’s creating them. “I had a corporate job, very high pressure, and I started doing pottery on the side,” said Kastrinos. Then some friends...
  • A promising romance blooms in '5 to 7'

    A promising romance blooms in '5 to 7'
    "5 to 7" stars Anton Yelchin and Bérénice Marlohe in a falling-in-love fantasy defined by clashing cultures, complex problems and lots of amused expressions. It's springtime New York. Brian (Yelchin) is a struggling writer in his 20s. Arielle (Marlohe)...