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"Edwardian Opulence: British Art at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century" On view through June 2, Yale Center for British Art, 1080 Chapel St., New Haven, (203) 432-2800, britishart.yale.edu Think of "Edwardian Opulence," an exhibition on view...
Special to the TribuneMarilyn Perno loves to walk. Really loves to walk. So after raising her family in the Washington, D.C. area, and later living in Naperville, the born-and-bred Chicagoan, as she describes herself, felt it was time for a return to her pedestrian-friendly...
It was a collection of future classics. Spare shapes but decorated and ladylike. Soft in form, texture and color but created using cutting edge techniques. The kind of clothes that delight and surprise. Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez proved why...
NEW YORK -- Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, named 2012’s top women’s wear designers by the prestigious Council of Fashion Designers of America, presented their fall 2013 collection Thursday morning in the sumptuous rooms of a $48-million Gilded...
Sun-SentinelIs it too rainy or too sunny to be outdoors? If so, spend your day inside at one of South Florida's museum. You can learn about anything from science experiments and fossils to mapping the stars and alligator wrestling. 1. Flagler Museum -- One Whitehall...
I would bet you shillings to cents that at least 90% of the people who watch “Downton Abbey,” which returns to these TV shores on Sunday, would rather be the “upstairs” folk, the titled Crawley family, than the “downstairs&...
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Check out festivals and events in December across the state. View events this coming weekend, or view the whole month's offerings by region below: Coming up this week Through Dec. 30: Holidays Around the World, Lake Buena Vista. This Epcot tradition...
VarietyJulian Fellowes, the creator of Brit hit and Stateside phenomenon "Downton Abbey," is bringing his next series to NBC. "The Gilded Age" will examine those who made their fortunes in late 19th century New York. Said Fellowes: "This was a vivid time, with...
Monday Ever the champion of making the literary world safe for genre fiction, author Michael Chabon added another novel to his resume, "Telegraph Avenue," his first in five years. The author's newest yarn, set inside a used vinyl shop on the "ragged...
You can see an exquisite, rare replica of the America's Cup along with four other lavish trophies and artifacts at a new yachting exhibit opening in Palm Beach on Tuesday. "Capturing the Cup: Yacht Racing During the Guided Age," on view at the Henry...
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CHICAGO - I grew up in Chicago and still go there often. But since I'm visiting my family, I rarely stay in hotels. Friends post on Facebook about their weekends at the historic Burnham or the boutique James, the bargain Days Inn or the glitzy Wit; it...
The Hartford CourantCelebrity chefs have been winning the hearts, and wallets, of gastronomes far and wide for years as dedicated devotees plan pilgrimages to dine at the hotspots that made them famous. Today, hotels and inns are luring culinary luminaries to lead in-house...
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