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What sells at antique shops and shows is determined by customers who might like traditional, modern, eclectic, country, Art Deco, Arts and Crafts, Victorian, Western or many other styles. Preferences are influenced by age, location and what a collector...
Centre CollegeCentre College’s 189th commencement will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday in Newlin Hall of the Norton Center for the Arts. The 2013 graduation exercises will begin with the baccalaureate ceremony, which also will take place in Newlin Hall at 11 a.m....
When Sandro Miller opened his photography studio in a former CTA bus repair garage, some 23 years ago, he befriended the gang running the rough West Town neighborhood by inviting its members inside to shoot their portraits. In exchange, he said, they...
Wayne DeAngelis is happy with his life. You can tell because he laughs as soon as you ask him. Or you can watch him smile while he steers the yellow 1934 Ford he restored and refurbished with a Mercedes-Benz roof. Another way to tell that the...
Aberdeen Central was judged the best South Dakota team and Fargo North the best North Dakota squad at the Granary/Dacotah Prairie Museum All Dakota Fine Arts High School Exhibition April 25-26. The competition took place at the Aberdeen Recreational...
Boris Eifman's work is always surprising, stumbling here and there, maybe, but determined to recycle classical ballet into new shapes, with novel plot lines. He and his Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg, which played the Auditorium Theatre over the...
This list is not all-inclusive Dec. 6-7 Geneva Christmas Walk & House Tour The celebration begins on Dec. 6 with a nod to Geneva's Swedish roots and the tradition of Santa Lucia and tree lighting at 6 p.m. Shop in the historic downtown and enjoy...
Buried headfirst in a bed of flowers and mulch across the street from Bal Harbour Shops is a 12-foot-tall sculpture of the Barefoot Mailman, a historical figure who hand-delivered mail sans shoes along the beach between Lake Worth and Miami during the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Everglades, Lake Okeechobee, Arts
Curator Leah Lehmbeck has been associated with the Norton Simon Museum for the last five years and was responsible for 2011's incisive-yet-panoramic "Proof: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California" survey — the museum's smashing entry in...
Tags: Museums, Arts and Culture, Arts
Tostep into “Sheep’s Head,” Matt Wedel’s magnificent exhibition at L.A. Louver, is to feel as if you have fallen, like Alice, through the looking glass. Just inside the entrance stands a 10-foot-tall lamb with a human head that&...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts
The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens opens "From Start to Finish: The Florida Sculptors Guild Exhibition" on Tuesday, May 7. Providing a behind-the-scenes experience, the "Start to Finish" exhibition will highlight the processes used to create...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Sprague, Winter Park, Arts
It was just after noon Saturday and a large blue-crab-mobile was drifting out into the harbor with four students from Arbutus Middle School aboard and unable to steer. The problem? A thrown sock puppet that had damaged their controls. The absurd moment...
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