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  1. Deal Classic Motor Show brings whopping 700 classic motors to the townRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Kent Online

    A whopping 700 classic cars are expected to be on display on Walmer Green today as Deal Classic Motor Show returns to the town. More than 600 bikes, scooters, tractors and lorries have already booked their place in the annual event and a further 100 are expected to enter on the day.


  2. Bozell & Graham Column: Subsidized Painting by the NumbersRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    ... by hundreds of thousands of dollars from the city government, as well as state and federal subsidies. Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Commissioner Brian Kirwin pointed out that the museum's "celebration of religious ridicule" appears to be aimed ...


  3. Leading Scottish writer: Hibs, Murrayfield, Holyrood the Bank of...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... read an excerpt from his new novel as well as three poems by Hugh MacDiarmid. The fellowship was set up by the national arts funding body Creative Scotland in 2013, in memory of Dr Wallace, the former head of literature at the organisation. Mr ...


  4. Before his final bow, a Kennedy Center veteran hands out one last backstage passRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    ... VIPs, but Berra welcomed some friends and family in May, a final bow of sorts as he takes his leave from the national arts center. Now vice president of production and responsible for everything that happens on nine stages and during some 2,000 ...


  5. Christoph Gaertner auction June 13-17 in Germany; worldwide offerings include rare German varietiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Linn's Stamp News

    The Christoph Gaertner auction house in Germany will hold five days of stamp and postal history auctions from June 13-17. The new auction series comes on the heels of the May 30 Gaertner Worldwide Rarities auction at World Stamp Show-NY 2016 in New York City.


  6. Leaving the NSO, a veteran clarinetist reflects on the orchestra's ups and downsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 26 | The Washington Post

    The NSO's principal clarinet, Loren Kitt, has retired after more than 45 years of service. Loren Kitt, 74, has been the principal clarinet of the National Symphony Orchestra since 1970.


  7. Sherman Alexie discusses - hardest thing I've ever had to write'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | Dallas Morning News

    ... from Highland Park ISD's offices, he'll be a featured speaker at the Dallas Museum of Art's literary and performing arts series, where he'll discuss his new picture book, Thunder Boy Jr. Alexie couldn't specifically recall details of the Highland ...


  8. -story-blockRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Lead singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist/singer Pete Townshend, two of the surviving members of The Who, perform at Valley View Casino Center Friday. Lead singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist/singer Pete Townshend, two of the surviving members of The Who, perform at Valley View Casino Center Friday.


  9. Italian theater actor, director Giorgio Albertazzi diesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this Oct. 9, 1997 file photo, Giorgio Albertazzi, left, smiles next to Nobel prize laureate Dario Fo, in Milan, Italy.


  10. Soquel High students dive into photographyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Soquel High junior Austin Laurance smiles as he checks out an underwater GoPro camera mount at the Soquel High pool on Saturday where he and other students participated in a hands-on underwater digital photography class. SOQUEL >> A model posed underwater, her hair and clothes flowing in the ethereal light.


  11. Founder Dolter could not predict growth, improvements enjoyed by Moonlight MusicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    Feisty and funny Carrie Pepperidge , right, sparks with her "darling Mr. Snow" , in a light-hearted scene from the classic Rodgers & Hammerstein musical "Carousel." The romantic musical will be staged in August by Moonlight Musicals outdoors at the Moonlight Musicals Amphitheater.


  12. Opera Star Vows to Become Georgia's Next Prime MinisterRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Georgian opera singer and civil activist Paata Burchuladze says he plans to become the country's next prime minister as head of a movement that has its sights set on ejecting Georgian Dream, the current ruling party, in October's national election. Burchuladze, a bass who's performed at La Scala in Milan, London's Covent Garden and the New York Metropolitan Opera, laid out the goals for his new party, the pro-Western "State for People," in a televised broadcast on Saturday.


  13. Magician Richard Jones crowned BGT winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | UTV

    The popular trickster won the public vote during Saturday's grand final after wowing the judges and viewers with his magic act, which paid tribute to military man Fergus Anckorn. After telling Fergus' story through a number of tricks in front of Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, and David Walliams, Richard then introduced the war hero on stage with the studio audience and panellists all rising to their feet.


  14. Out Of Juvenile Corrections, Poems Of Fury, Loss - And Lingering BeautyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    It has been nearly a month now since National Poetry Month wrapped up, but don't let the calendar fool you: All Things Considered still has some unfinished business with the month that was. That's because, just a few weeks ago, NPR's Michel Martin checked in with the Words Unlocked poetry contest.


  15. Park Chan Wook puts Cannes winner "Mademoiselle" in closet for Amazon marketRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    Park Chan Wook's " Mademoiselle " is a skillfully made narrative on sexual bondage during the Japanese colonization of South Korea in the 1930's. Set designer Ryu Seong-hie won the " Vulcain Prize For An Artist Technician" at the Cannes Film Festival on May 22 , one of the top prizes for technical achievement, though this prize is seldom given.


  16. Richard Jones is first illusionist to win Britain's Got TalentRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Haringey Independent

    Wayne Woodward, the Danny Dyer sound-alike from Sutton, was runner-up, and dancing Stormtroopers Boogie Storm took third place. Jones, who won a standing ovation from the judging panel and audience, thanked his family and everyone who had given him their support.


  17. Watch The Amazing Trailer For James Franco's Lesbian Vampire Lifetime RemakeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Cinema Blend News

    When we learned that Lifetime was remaking its classic Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? but with lesbian vampires created by James Franco , we were admittingly skeptical. It sounded almost too crazy to be true.


  18. California Stage premieres new play by Leslie Lewinter-SuskindRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Village Life

    ... screening of Raymundo Gleyzer's watershed documentary "The Traitors," July 17 the California Stage Theater at the R25 Arts Complex, a three-venue complex located at 1721 25th St. in Sacramento. Tickets are $12 to $20 and may be purchased online at ...


  19. Photography from the Ramer Collection comes to CrockerRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Village Life

    Sometimes documentary, sometimes metaphorical, a new photography exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum titled, Ourselves through the Lens: Photography from the Ramer Collection from June 19 to Oct. 23, the exhibition examines the human impulse to look, and the ways photography directs such visual encounters. By training the camera on individual personalities and circumstances, photographers from James Van Der Zee to Graciela Iturbide and Luis GonzA lez Palma have sought to capture the emotional lives of others.


  20. Summerside children to participate in nation-wide movement that celebrates danceRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Journal-Pioneer

    For the first time, P.E.I. is participating in the Sharing Dance event, which has children learning the same routine and performing simultaneously across Canada. Kayla Shaw, dance instructor and education co-ordinator with the Confederation Centre of the Arts, was at the Summerside Boys and Girls Club Friday rehearsing with the young participants.