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KickingTiresElection season kicked into high gear last night as the country prepares to peacefully elect a new leader. While everyone is grading the first of three presidential debates from last night and how President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt......
Pimlico Race Course Cerro holds on for win in Canonero II Stakes Odds-on favorite Cerro led to the far turn, allowed Dynamic Strike to move to his inside and battled that one the rest of the way to win the $75,000 Canonero II Stakes for 3-year-olds at...
South Bend TribuneFormer Mishawaka resident Ashley Grecco McNamara recently received the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from Xavier University’s Williams College of Business. She was recognized for her ideals and dedication to the community. Ashley is...
A few of my friends are trying to be optimistic about it, but there's no doubt that hotter summer weather is just around the corner. If you're not tubing along the peaceful Ichetucknee River near Gainesville or lounging in a swimming pool, then it's...
Tags: Architecture, Interstate 4, Tampa, Arts, Gainesville
The traditional 50th wedding anniversary gift is gold. But museum tickets might make a good second choice, or an additional present, as the Field Museum invites couples married in 1962 to its main hall for its third-annual celebration of marital...
Tags: Family, Culture, Weddings, Marriage, Ceremonies
It's not a shocker, really, that the figures lifted from one of American art's most famous images and made enormous and three-dimensional have proved so popular. There is something both surprising and pleasing about encountering God Bless America, J....
Shortly after I moved to Orlando, I learned I lived near the Tiffany museum. "Cool!" I thought imagining cases loaded with glimmering unaffordable jewelry on cushions of turquoise. Not THAT Tiffany, the locals corrected, Tiffany as in those leaded-...
Tags: Winter Park, Marni, Long Island, Arts
Thomas Dyja looked at me with abject horror, then humor, then, as his face crumbled in defeat, resignation. A face that said, "See? This is why I wrote a 412-page cultural history of Chicago at midcentury that — as much as it pulls together...
ABC Cumberland Valley Chapter will hold a money bonanza Saturday, June 22, at Williamsport Fire Hall. The doors open at 4:30 p.m. and food will be served at 6 p.m. The grand prize will be $1,000, and the first and every 10th ticket drawn wins $40....
Charleston artist Mary Whyte wasn't thinking much about the direction of her work when she began painting a well-to-do South Carolina banker in 2007. But by the time she'd finished, she'd shifted her focus from producing a likeness of one of the South's...
Allentown has a $200 million red ink problem, which, it seems, is the fault of any city politician not currently in office, and a population of 118,000 as of the 2010 census. That $200 million, split 118,000 ways, comes to less than $1,700 per person....
Tags: Allentown, Primaries, Ed Pawlowski, Elections, Roy Afflerbach
Late last month, the Detroit Free Press ran a major article on a problem that seems unthinkable: the likelihood of the precious artworks in the Detroit Institute of the Arts being sold to help pay the crippling debts of the City of Detroit. "It is an...
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