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The best consumer advice for those attending the current exhibit at the Jewish Museum of Maryland is: Plan on going out to eat immediately after the show. "Chosen Food: Cuisine, Culture and American Jewish Identity" is brimming with delicious information...
An unusual exhibit is taking shape at the Taubman Museum of Art. Pieces from Natural Bridge artist Mark Cline are waiting in the wings to put their best foot forward. While King Kong swung into town more than a week ago, these creative creatures are...
Tags: Entertainment, Arts, Concerts, Arts, Music
During the winter months, the temporary exhibit “Let's Play Operation” is on display at the Dakota Sunset Museum in Gettysburg. The Gettysburg Medical Center recently donated numerous bone instruments and medical tools that were used at the Gettysburg...
Alec Sommers took a deep breath and smiled before introducing himself to a group of people touring the Dacatoh Prairie Museum. "My name is Alec, and I'll be telling you about the exhibits here in the Prairie Heritage room," he said. Alec was among...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Travel, Education, Language, Language
I detested biology as a high school youth, so I wasn't thrilled to face it again in professor Lloyd Mason Smith's Orange Coast College Biology 100 class in 1968. Smith, however, turned my opinion on its ear. He took what this humanities student...
Tags: Arts, Colleges and Universities, Arts, Museums, Biology
Nearly 600 people jammed into Laguna Art Museum for Feb. 4's 2012 Art Auction and afterparty, setting an attendance record since 1997 for the annual benefit event, LAM officials said. The 584 attendees represented a 35% jump in attendance compared with...
Tags: Artists, Arts, Auction Service, Artists, Arts
It was supposed to be about the art, but it was also about the party. The Laguna Art Museum's Art Auction fundraiser Saturday was a self-described "art lounge" that set a new bar for art shindigs. Think David Guetta meets David Hockney. Leatherette...
Tags: David Guetta, Artists, Arts, Auction Service, Artists
It was a natural fit, really, when you think about it. Bolton Colburn recently was named executive director of the Surfing Heritage Foundation, in charge of running the foundation's museum and raising its profile in the museum world. Colburn, 56, came...
Tags: Arts, Arts, Softball, Museums, Arts and Culture
One of the unexpected dividends of the Getty’s far-reaching “Pacific Standard Time” series is the cross-pollination of audiences and institutions; another is focused historic perspective. The Pacific Asia Museum, not known for modern-art...
Tags: Marcel Duchamp, History (tv network), Artists, Music, Museums
FOX 17 Web ProducerThe Holland Museum has announced a new exhibit opening at the end of February in conjunction with the city's annual Tulip Time Festival. "Before the Festival: The Improbable Journey of Holland's Favorite Flower" will open February 24, with a special...
Multimedia JournalistWhether it's history, old memories of childhood, or just the power behind a train, we can't take seem to take our eyes off, especially when it's moving. Set aside the curiosity and think about the danger trains can pose. According to the Virginia Museum...
KTLA NewsSunday @ 11am Free Hoppin' John Soul Food Brunch REACH Community Church Black History Month Celebration 22600 Lambert Street Building D Suite 1006 Lake Forest (949) 597 - 0700 www.reachcommunitychurch.com Have you heard of the soul food "Hoppin John", but...
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