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  • The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis, Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748 - 1825)

    Libraries and museums offer free coloring page downloads from their holdings

    Taking note of the adult coloring book craze, museums and libraries worldwide have converted works of art and illustrations from rare books into black and white, high resolutions PDF files. The coloring pages, some gathered into complete coloring books, are available for download free of charge. The...
  • Barbara Kruger installation

    UJINO performs Plywood City at Vancouver Art Gallery

    Saturday, February 20, the Vancouver Art Gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,opens an ambitious show that will fill all four floors of the gallery, the largest exhibit in the museum's history, with 371 works by 156 artists. "MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture" traces the development...
  • The Righteous Brothers score No.1 with music critics

    The Righteous Brothers score No.1 with music critics

    The Righteous Brothers were at No.1 on the U.S. and U.K. singles music chart in 1965, with the Phil Spector song “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’. The song is considered by some music critics to be the ultimate expression and illustration of Spector’s “Wall of Sound” recording technique. Also a U.S...
  • (L-R) Jack Willis as Stan and Reza Salazar as Oscar

    Theatre Review: SWEAT at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater

    SWEAT is a beautiful realization of an ugly reality. It's a human way into a brutally dark corner of the American experience. Playwright Lynn Nottage pulls us into the beer-soaked pub that serves as a refuge for blue collar workers in Reading, PA, and thereby draws us into their downward spiraling...
  • Learn about the art of neon signs at The Museum Of Neon Art (MONA)

    The Museum Of Neon Art Grand Opening Celebration Saturday Feb 6th, 2016

    On February 6th, 2016 from 7:00-10:00 PM The Museum Of Neon Art (MONA) will be opening the doors to it’s new home! After several moves over the years from Universal City Walk, Grand Hope Park and the Historic Core, MONA is making it’s home permanent in the City of Glendale. MONA was originally...
  • Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner

    'Madoff': Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner lead this top-notch production

    ABC was really smart when casting Richard Dreyfuss for the role of Bernie Madoff for this week’s miniseries, "Madoff." I probably wouldn’t have bothered watching it if a lesser-known actor were to play the part. The whole Madoff scandal story didn’t really interest me before this casting news. Now...
  • Hosted by Country music superstar and coach panelist on NBC’s The Voice Blake Shelton, Nickelodeon’s 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards returns to the

    Nickelodeon announces nominees for 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards

    The nominees are in for Nickelodeon's 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards, the ultimate fan celebration of the best of everything kids love in pop culture. The nominees reflect the entertainment that audiences see, play, listen to and read in droves, from movies like Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Jurassic...
  • Turtle Island Quartet performs at McAninch Arts Center Club MAC

    Turtle Island Quartet performs at McAninch Arts Center Club MAC

    Blending the sounds of classical and jazz, the Turtle Island Quartet brings the “Birth of Cool” tour to the McAninch Arts Center (MAC) and Club MAC on Friday, February 26 and Saturday, February 27. Both performances are planned for 8 p.m. on each night. These performances are sponsored in part by...
  • It's the Year of the Monkey!

    Celebrate NYC's first-ever Lunar New Year school holiday with FREE festival

    For the first time in the history of NYC public schools, students and teachers will be off for Lunar New Year which, in 2016, falls on Monday, February 8. The holiday was added to the academic calendar last year, in addition to a pair of Muslim holy days, Enid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr (though the...
  • Dublin's City Ramblers coming to St Augustine for the Celtic Festival

    Dublin's City Ramblers coming to St Augustine for the Celtic Festival

    The 2016 St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage committee is continually gathering quality entertainment for the festival. This year the “Dublin City Ramblers” and “Emish” (two popular Celtic music groups) will stop in St. Augustine during the Hands Across the Pond Concert Tour during the 6th...
  • Feb. 5, 5-9pm

    Carlyle Gibbs: First Friday Art Walk and February Exhibit

    The Butterfield Garage welcomes back Carlyle Gibbs as February’s featured First Friday Exhibit. The new collection of metal, stone and canvas pieces will first be on display the night of Feb. 5, from 5-9pm during the St. Augustine First Friday Art Walk and continue throughout the month. Come meet...
  • Before its unveiling: A glimpse of "Along the Trail" by Donald L. Reed, a sculpture of President Ronald Reagan and his horse El Alamein.

    Donald L. Reed’s “Along the Trail” to be unveiled at Reagan Presidential Library

    The Iowa Caucuses are over and the winners have (finally) been announced. Our nation is now one step closer to electing a new president. Accordingly, with all things presidential at the forefront of the news, and Presidents Day less than two weeks away, a visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential...
  • Arts and crafts party for kids: Recycled crafts, DIY children's craft projects

    Arts and crafts party for kids: Recycled crafts, DIY children's craft projects

    Kids love playing in snow. But below-zero winter wind chills force parents to keep kids in the house. Schools cancel recess if it's too cold. Excess time spent cooped up, makes for restless, irritable children. Looking for cheap, indoor activities for bored, winterbound kids? How about an arts and...
  • Book party for kids: Children's literature crafts, games, storybook activities

    Book party for kids: Children's literature crafts, games, storybook activities

    Winter can be tons of fun or acres of boring, if the weather is super cold with little snow. When it's too cold to play outside and too boring to play inside, most kids' attention turns to mischief. Why not head your little troublemakers off at the pass with a cheap (mostly free) afternoon of fun...
  • Brave little Chickadee

    Hand feeding birds at the Ipswich River Sanctuary

    Little darling of the snow,Careless how the winds may blow,Happy as a bird can be,Singing, oh, so cheerily,Chickadee-dee! Chickadee-dee! When the skies are cold and gray,When he trills his happiest lay,Through the clouds he seems to seeHidden things to you and me.Chickadee-dee! chickadee-dee! Very...
  • FOX renews 'So You Think You Can Dance' with yet another format change

    FOX renews 'So You Think You Can Dance' with yet another format change

    FOX has ordered a 13th season of "So You Think You Can Dance" after all, but the network is also changing the format for the second time in two seasons, perhaps a sign that the long-running competition show is on its last legs. The announcement was made via press release on Monday. Retitled "So You...
  • The Culinary Institute of America is hosting a series of Latin themed pop up dinners.

    Latin themed dinners at The Culinary Institute of America at San Antonio

    Food lovers have a special treat coming up at The Culinary Institute of America at San Antonio. The culinary college is announcing five special pop-up Latin-themed dinners coming up from February through April. These dinners are being hosted by the Director of Latin Studies Sergio Remolina and his...
  • Yu Ho-Jin (The Manipulator)

    THE ILLUSIONISTS – Live From Broadway

    The stunning magic of the THE ILLUSIONISTS – Live From Broadway is coming to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Wednesday February 2. Full of hilarious magic tricks, death-defying stunts and acts of breathtaking wonder, the show takes audiences on a magical mystical trip with seven of the most...
  • Best free kid’s events this spring in Tampa

    Best free kid’s events this spring in Tampa

    One of the best things about living in Florida is being able to enjoy outdoor events all year long. Kids especially love to get out of the house and have some fun in the community. The Tampa Bay area is home to many events all year long, including some free events that are planned for the little...
  • The Grammy Museum is showing their Otis Redding exhibit now

    Grammy Museum unveils new Otis Redding exhibit

    With rain expected in SoCal this weekend, you might think your weekend is now shot, that is until you hear about the new Otis Redding exhibit at that just opened on Friday at the Grammy Museum. Nestled in as part of L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles, the Grammy Museum has become known for its...
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