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High school seniors who will major in an agricultural field in college will have the opportunity to apply for the Tri-State Old Iron Scholarships. Graduating high school seniors who will seek an agricultural degree and are interested in obtaining a...
SATURDAY Become Stylish STYLE 2020, 888 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach, will offer a one-day "Master Class." The first 25 people to sign up for the class can benefit from a discounted tuition fee of $499. For more information, go to http://www....
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture, Arts, Health, Bars and Clubs
Local artists don't fiddle around when handed an unvarnished violin by the Laguna Beach Music Festival. They create "Artful Violins," meant to be displayed rather than played. The violins are auctioned annually to raise funds to support the festival's...
Tags: The Pentagon, Arts and Culture, Culture, Arts, Music
One could call it a concert of the masters. A mastery of the piano, intimate and serene. A performance of the master's symphony, with all its shades of grandeur, subtle and striking. Inspiration from a master of science, whose celestial revelations...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture, Concerts, Music, Documentary (genre)
A dedication ceremony is scheduled Friday for the new Coast High School and Huntington Beach Adult School building. The building at 17231 Gothard St. is the new home of the two schools, which share the same space and administration, said Principal...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture, Boeing Co., Ceremonies, Ocean View
Each week, the sweet sound of music fills the air at local schools as some of the area’s youngest musicians learn new notes and practice popular songs. Since 2000, the Crooked Tree Youth Orchestra has provided the opportunity for students to learn...
Tags: London (England), Culture, Arts and Culture, Concerts, Music
A phrase appears today above the vignette (or nameplate) on the front page of The Sun: CELEBRATING 175 YEARS. The actual anniversary date is May 17, but the first celebration of the paper’s longevity began at midnight last night with sponsorship of...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Inner Harbor, Ceremonies
I would like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to all the considerate drivers in my Catonsville neighborhood of Oak Forest. Years ago, when I was able, I rode my bike with my then two small children. Thank God for the drivers who would slow down and make a...
School lunches to become healthier, include more fruits, veggies, whole grains WASHINGTON (AP) — Schoolchildren’s favorite lunch — the ubiquitous frozen pizza — is about to get healthier. First lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture...
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