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Lyrical dance pieces incorporating performers in wheelchairs, a one-man show promising "funny stories about cancer" and the Lookingglass Theatre's world premiere adaptation of "Still Alice," a New York Times best-selling novel about a college professor...
Photographer Larry Colby was browsing a street market last November in Cartagena, Colombia, when he spotted an elderly tourist wearing a cowboy hat and a canary-yellow shirt. The man, presumably bored, would toss up his hat with a neat flick and catch...
Honda is being sued by two artists who claim that the automaker improperly used one of their large-scale sculptures in a television commercial, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle. The report says that Dan Havel and Dean Ruck, the artists who...
The Right To Bear Arms: Artists Respond, Kehler Liddell Gallery's newest exhibition, examines the complex questions hidden in a simple phrase. Works by a wide range of artists working in many media explore the issue from multiple angles. John Harris and...
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL POETRY FIRST PLACE By Lena Yetter Central Elementary, fourth-grade "A Peaceful Place" My eyes are looking to the distance My head is in the clouds My ears are hearing pleasant things of waves and rain and snow What la la land I...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesFor a man about to start a war, Geoff Johns seems calm. Upbeat, even. Upstairs from Golden Apple Comics in ......
Ludwig van Beethoven was forever pushing boundaries, and the annual Chicago festival that bears the composer's name continues to do the same, even more so than in the past. “Beethoven Festival: LOVE 2013,” as the third edition is titled,...
Herbert Blau, a renowned and influential theater director who helped to shape the California Institute of the Arts during its early years, has died at 87. He died at his home in Seattle on Friday following a battle with cancer, according to reports....
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From a distance, they appear to be expressionist paintings of musicians and marine life. But upon closer inspection, light reflects off the dual-pane window and exposes a crisp image — looking as if it were a print on glossy paper. Huntington...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts, Festive Events, Artists, Mother's Day
It was the Hello Kitty tepee that did it for me. Some exhibitions can be so challenging that it takes a particularly unexpected artwork for the viewer to finally let go and get into the swing of things. "War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American...
WindhamDorothy Hall has worn many hats in her career: newspaper designer, college professor, children's book illustrator, muralist, drawing teacher, comic strip artist, wife and mother of three children. She's never been afraid to tackle a challenge. It's how...
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HartfordOh, the Places You'll Go this summer with Hartford Stage Summer Studio and The Summer of Seuss youth education programs. Young performers can choose from multiple programs featuring classes focused on theatrical techniques including improvisation,...
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