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Tree tapping Tree tapping ceremony sponsored by Somerset County Maple Producers, 2 p.m. Feb. 25 at Hillegas Sugar Camp, 538 Dividing Ridge Road, Fairhope — off Route 31 in Allegheny Township, approximately 14 miles east of Somerset. Watch for signs....
Hartford CourantThe L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival, the largest comedy film festival in the USA, will head East to Hartfiord's Mark Twain House & Museum this month. The "Festival Encore" will run Friday, Feb. 24; Saturday, Feb. 25; and Sunday, Feb. 26 and will be...
The Battle of the Ironclad Chefs returns March 10 to The Mariners’ Museum. The unique event offers a competition between two markedly different Civil War-era cooks — a plantation slave and a Union cook on the deck of the USS Monitor —...
Barry H. Landau, the once-esteemed collector of presidential memorabilia, admitted in federal court Tuesday that he stole thousands of documents regarded as cultural treasures from historical societies and libraries in Baltimore and up the East Coast....
When something new feels like it's always existed, that's a pretty good sign it's a work of genius. Take Walter Wick's I Spy and Can You See What I See? series. The Hartford photographer took a simple game invented to distract young children during...
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...
Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum, Washington County Public Schools and The Maryland Theatre are collaborating for a third year to celebrate Black History Month. New this year, the museum will honor local educator Leon Brumback for his...
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: Concerts, Arts, Arts, Entertainment, Museums
LAGRANGE, Ga. — Once upon a time in a village called LaGrange in a kingdom called Georgia, there was a storytelling festival named after a beautiful flower called an azalea. From all across the land, men and women would gather, often bringing...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Festive Events, Arts, Travel, Fiction
Peter Olsen's life changed in 1974 with a book. He read a striking, surreal description of a muscular angel in the Book of Revelation — robed with the sun, standing on land and sea, haloed with a rainbow, shouting a divine message. He got a vivid...
Tags: Fine Artists, Norman Rockwell, Bible, Arts, Artists
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...
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...
Tags: Entertainment Events, Black History, Culture, Soul Foods, Arts
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