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Death and sex drive the two inaugural shows at Miller Yezerski Gallery, the joint venture of longtime Boston art dealers Ellen Miller and Howard Yezerski in the space previously occupied by Howard Yezerski Gallery.
The state-of-the-art building,a venture between Southend Council, South Essex College and Southend Council, is almost complete with contractors from Wates Construction now focusing on the interior.
Grace Hartley is trying to break her own record of somersaults on a bungee trampoline to raise money for charity.
Susanne du Toit's portrait of her son Pieter. 'I look to the body to provide as much expression as the face,' she says.
For weeks, we've been hearing that a certain girl would be making her first appearance in Atlanta.
Troy Carlson is well outnumbered by Mickey Mouse as he looks over the artwork by Tennessee Loveless.
Mr Weeks, assistant manager at the National Trust property, said: "It's a once in a lifetime thing.
Last year, painter Erik Koeppel left New York City's big art scene behind. He moved to a small town surrounded by the picturesque White Mountain National Forest.
Harold-the star projector at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre-is semi-retiring after more than 40 years of service.
Emily Clark' s bold, striped foyer -- which also functions as a music room -- in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a playful take on formal decor.
There's a country song by Carrie Underwood, 'Jesus, Take the Wheel,' that Richard Masters has often listened to while he paints in the basement of his home.
The name of Louis Comfort Tiffany is synonymous with jewelry and luminescent glasswork: lamps, windows and small vessels that catch the light and glow.
A FLY past by a Dakota aircraft from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, a drill display by Sea Cadets and displays by raptors, reptiles and motorcycles are just some of the highlights of a family fun day to be held on Saturday June 22. The event - staged jointly by Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Royal British Legion - promises to be a great ... (more)
Bede's World, in Church Bank, Jarrow, will host a new dance production on Saturday, based on the work of painter William Turner.
According to our reporting partners at the Elkhart Truth, 91 year-old Frances Peers spent more than a month working on the painting.
A colorful, wordless sign popped up without explanation in a triangle of public property in Bogalusa, perplexing residents and travelers alike.