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Laurel Museum's new exhibit, "True Life: I'm a Laurel Mill Worker," opens Sunday, Feb. 5, from 1-4 p.m. The year-long exhibit explores the lives of Laurel's 19th-century mill workers. Who were they? What dangers did they face at work? What were their...
‘New Year, New Visions’ Twenty African and black artists will show works. Concludes Sunday, Feb. 5. Just Lookin’ Gallery, 40 Summit Ave., downtown Hagerstown. Free admission; open to the public. Go to www.justlookin.com. ‘...
FOX 17 Web ProducerGrand Rapids Community College has announced a partnership with two local museums to provide free admission to current students. From January 23 to April 28, 2012, GRCC students are invited to visit the Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) and Grand Rapids...
Tags: Fox Broadcasting Company, Museums, Arts, Arts and Culture, Arts
Brown County now oversees a new art venue. County commissioners voted at their Tuesday meeting to accept the donation of The Granary Rural Cultural Center from John Sieh of Groton. Sieh was instrumental in creating The Granary, which was dedicated in...
Tags: Groton, Museums, Prisons, Arts, Arts and Culture
Kenneth Allen Maylath, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who had been host of "Conference Call" on WFBR-AM and was later news director at WCBM-AM, died Saturday of sepsis at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The longtime Parkville resident was 75. Born and...
Tags: Railway Transportation, Radio, U.S. Army, Health, Museums
KIAHPirates have returned to Galveston. And they want your children and your money, matey. But the good news is that they'll give back the kids and you'll have a jolly-roger good time in the process. 'Pirates! Legends of the Gulf Coast' (www....
Tags: Museums, Arts and Culture, Piracy
Richard Burkert, Rosemary Pawlowski and The Tribune-Democrat have received Heritage Preservation Awards from the Johnstown Area Heritage Association. ( The awards recognize those who have made significant contributions to preserving, celebrating or...
NEW CASTLE, Ind. (AP) — Indiana's former electric chair is now on display in a museum that recounts the history of state prisons. "Old Betsy," which previously was housed at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City has been moved to the museum...
Tags: Death Penalty, Museums, Prisons, Arts and Culture, Prisons
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe City of Hagerstown’s Parks and Recreation Department is going through some changes, and officials say the goal is to provide more interactive activities for people locally. The recreation department is planning to have six adult sports...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefKimberly Soerensen has built up quite a collection of globes. "I love political history and I think they're just beautiful scientific instruments," said Soerensen, showing off her broad assortment of antique and handmade globes. She was drawn to the...
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