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  1. Bentonville museum takes American art exhibition on the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    An 11-step set of instructions awaits whoever opens "Box 11" upon arrival in Savannah, Ga., from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art . The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that a similarly detailed list for removing artwork is included in each of the 79 custom-made crates being shipped as part of the museum's "State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now" exhibition.


  2. Green City Market Open on July 4 and August 15 during Air and Water ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Green City Market Green City Market Fulton will be open during two major summer events. The first is the 4th of July, which falls on a Saturday for the first time in six years.


  3. Great theater experience at The Dio - here's 'Proof'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Esther Jentzen and Dan Morrison in 'Proof' -- one you want to see this winter at The Dio in Pinckney. If one can inherit a parent's genius, can one also inherit that parent's mental illness? Is the creative spark that lights a few brilliant minds the same mechanism that detonates their hold on sanity? These are the questions raised in " Proof ," David Auburn's 2001 drama that claimed both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play.


  4. Domestic airlines complain about international competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel

    As seen from terminal top parking at Orlando International Airport, a tram passes by the unused south terminal tramway --on the east side of the OIA main terminal-- Friday, Sept. 18, 2009, as it extends toward the proposed South Terminal, about a half-mile.


  5. Elizabeth Scattergood, social workerRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    A memorial service is planned in May for Elizabeth MacLeod Scattergood, 98, a retired social worker, who died Sunday, Jan. 17, of Alzheimer's disease at Kendal Crosslands in Kennett Square. Born in Nova Scotia, she graduated from high school in the Canadian province of New Brunswick before moving with her family to New York state.


  6. Midwest travel: 'TILT Your Heart Out' in Chicago's Hancock CenterRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    Love is the air, even way up on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center. 360 CHICAGO marks the Valentine season in February with the "TILT Your Heart Out" special.


  7. Brothers in harmony: Minnesota's Cactus Blossoms court national attention with vintage country soundRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    The Cactus Blossoms are sibling harmonizers Jack Torrey, seated, and Page Burkum, shown at Dusty's Bar in their native northeast Minneapolis. They had just played a slow song about a guy jumping into the Mississippi to end it all, and another one about jealousy, so no wonder that Page Burkum was worried he and his brother were bringing the crowd down at 89.3 the Current's 11th anniversary party two weekends ago at First Avenue in Minneapolis.


  8. GM joins car-sharing fraternityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | Automotive News

    General Motors' new Maven service puts the automaker in the middle of a battle being waged by Nissan, Ford and others on college campuses to get a leg up in the emerging car-sharing economy. Maven, which GM unveiled last week, bundles and expands each of GM's car-sharing services, including a residential program in New York City and Chicago and peer-to-peer car sharing in Germany.


  9. Who told the king?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 |

    It's not one of the 'must see' ruins in many guide books Michael Sherer is a Viet Nam veteran and constant traveler throughout the back roads of Central America. He's also an ex- charter boat captain and ruby miner, with a taste for panama hats and unusual stories.


  10. The Best Deals of the Week to Fly to EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2012 |

    Valeria Fanelli is an Italian-American Editor and Reporter with a big range of experience in travels. She has been visiting all around Europe for over 10 years and wants to inject enthusiasm into European truism to her readers.


  11. Midwest airfare deals to and from ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2011 |

    Those looking to head to the Midwest in the next four to six weeks will want to check out Southwest' s current fare sale - which features many great rates to and from Chicago. Travel is good through June 7, 2011, with Memorial Day blackout dates of May 26, 30 and 31, 2011.


  12. Family Day of Fun at Shedd AquariumRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Experience Chicago

    You don't have to travel around the globe to see one of the world's largest indoor aquariums. Just a short drive from our hotel you can visit the world-famous Shedd Aquarium.


  13. Experts and Advocates Weigh in on Rauner's Proposal to Widen the StevensonRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Streets Blog Chicago

    On Thursday, Governor Bruce Rauner announced a new proposal to address congestion on the Stevenson Expressway, aka I-55, by adding lanes. The construction would be financed via a public-private partnership, and the new lanes would be tolled.


  14. Medill's Eric R. Lund, Award-Winning Journalist, Dies at 90Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Northwestern University

    Eric R. Lund, 90, a newspaperman whose innate decency matched his journalistic acumen, died Jan. 16 of congestive heart failure in Evanston. His wife of 25 years, Grace Carlson-Lund, was at his side.


  15. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum opening 4 exhibits in FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    "Moose Hunting" by Philip R. Goodwin is part of the exhibit "Philip R. Goodwin: America's Sporting & Wildlife Artist, A Private Collection," opening this month at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Image provided The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, will host four simultaneous exhibitions starting in February that showcase the American West's diverse history, artistry and evolving culture that continues to shape our nation today.


  16. Don't be a stupid cupidRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Washington Blade

    Choosing the perfect Valentine's Day gift for that special someone is all hugs and kisses with this guide of specially curated ideas for cute cooks, fashionistas, adventurers, artists and more. Traditional roses have a limited lifespan, but rose gold lasts forever.


  17. Lane To Open At Madison Street At Wabash Early Sunday With Opening Of ...Read the original story

    22 hrs ago | City of Chicago

    The Chicago Department of Transportation announced today that the lane closure on westbound Madison Street between Michigan and Wabash will be lifted early Sunday with the opening of the eighth Loop Link CTA bus platform, on Madison just east of Wabash. Work to complete the finishing touches on some of the eight new raised CTA bus boarding stations will continue over the coming weeks.


  18. At Super Bowl, Lenovo will power NFL's tech lineupRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Local Tech Wire

    In these days when concussions and other injuries among NFL players are such big focal points of attention, a workstation from Lenovo will be called into action a player is put out of action. Although Lenovo won't be running a multi-million-dollar ad Sunday night, the world's No.


  19. The Navy Pier Ferris wheel is being replacedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2015 |

    Today, Sunday Sept. 27, is the last day for Chicago 's Ferris wheel on Navy Pier .


  20. Maurice White, Earth, Wind and Fire founder, dies at 74Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Graham Leader

    Maurice White, the Earth, Wind and Fire leader and singer who co-wrote such funk hits as "Shining Star," "Sing a Song" and "September," has died at the age of 74. White's brother, Earth, Wind and Fire bassist Verdine White, confirmed the death in a Facebook post: "My brother, hero and best friend Maurice White passed away peacefully last night in his sleep." Verdine White noted that the world has lost another great musician and legend, in this case the leader of a group that advocated positivity and harmony in an infectious, rhythmic blend of jazz, Latin and soul to sell 90 million, multi-platinum albums around the world, according to the BBC.