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  • Smallwood Store in Chokoloskee, Fla.
    Smallwood Store and Museum in Chokoloskee big on early Florida history
    In 1906, Chokoloskee at the tip of Everglades City in southwest Florida had a post office, store and Indian trading post founded by C.S. “Ted” Smallwood. Now a museum open to the public, you can learn about Florida history and its...
  • Art abounds inside and out in Chicago this spring
    Art abounds inside and out in Chicago this spring
    On May 30, the Teen Creative Agency of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago will curate 21Minus. Now in its third year, this annual festival is free for people age 21 and under and their families. To learn more, visit @mcachicago on Twitter and...
  • Comfort
    An Interview with Artist C'ecile Duteil
    Last week we began a series featuring the artists who will give life to the MJJ Art Museum. We are all very grateful that they have donated beautiful pieces. It is their works that can actually bring hope and healing to so very many. It is...
  • Kohl Children's Museum presents Chagall for Children
    Chagall for Children at Kohl Children’s Museum, interactive artistic expression
    Children have unfiltered imaginations. From vibrant colors to unexpected combinations, children are free to create without anxiety. The Kohl Children’s Museum seeks to foster children’s creativity in the return of the world-class...
  • Kansas City fountains
    Kansas City or bust
    Some call it the BBQ capital of the world, others refer to it as the jazz capital of our nation, and it's officially known as the City of Fountains, but no matter its nickname, Kansas City is a place that offers fun for everyone. Technically,...
  • Spring and Summer in Downtown Miami
    Spring and Summer in Downtown Miami
    It is Spring/Summer time and Downtown Miami is the right place to celebrate it, with enough space for racing, fun meetings, gatherings with friends and much more.In this coming Saturday, May 16h, we will have two magnificent events in Downtown...
  • Norman Rockwell Exhibit at the Tampa Museum of Art
    Tampa Museum of Art features the art of Norman Rockwell through May 31, 2015
    The Tampa Museum of Art is located in the heart of downtown Tampa. Exhibits at the museum include modern, contemporary, Greek, Roman, and Etruscan pieces. Right now the museum is featuring the art of Norman Rockwell, one of the most popular...
  • Military Heritage Collection spotlights veterans' achievements and sacrifices
    Military Heritage Collection spotlights veterans' achievements and sacrifices
    There are those who would hold back from visiting a military museum, jumping to the conclusion that military museum is equivalent to war museum and that the focus of such a place would be to glorify war. TheMilitary Heritage Collection of North...
  • Harley-Davidson
    Hogging the road
    Prior to 1901, bicycles were a popular mode of transportation. Other than occasional problems with flat tires or messed up chains, bicycles provided a dependable, though somewhat slow by today's standards, way to get around. During 1901, an...
  • San Fernando Valley Museum focuses on the local
    San Fernando Valley Museum focuses on the local
    The San Fernando Valley Museum is an all-volunteer run museum dedicated to explaining how America's suburb came to be, from the Native Americans and Spanish settlers to the veterans who settled here after WWII to the Valley girls.It's...
  • Billionaire Jerry Perenchio, who donated Impressionist paintings, and Anjelica Huston
    Take advantage of Museums on Us this weekend
    Chill out this weekend by visiting Museums on Us. Flash your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch card, along with your picture I.D., for one free general admission ticket at more than 150 participating venues in 32 states and 92 cities on Saturday,...
  • 'Growing in the fields'
    Extreme engineering in Museum of Modern Art
    ‘The Art of the Motorcycle’ at the GuggenheimMuseum; ‘Cars as Art’ at the MontrealMuseum of Fine Arts; the ‘BMW Art Cars’sought after by museums around the world; a rare Cisitalia sportscar on permanent display...
  • The History Center is one of several participating museums in Atlanta's inaugural Museum Week
    Why you should visit Atlanta's inaugural museum week
    It’s true. Atlanta’s very first Museum Week is April 25 through May 1 and several metro area museums are participating. Some of the lesser-known museums are in on it as well so use this week to make the most of all the deals and steals...
  • Lux Art Institute's Education Pavilion celebrates one year anniversary
    Lux Art Institute's Education Pavilion celebrates one year anniversary
    Lux Art Institute (Lux) is celebrating the one-year anniversary of their Education Pavilion. The Education Pavilion, which in itself is a work of archtectutural art, allowed for LUX to expand their education classes for children, adults and teens...
  • The  Old  Chesapeake  Railway  Depot,  Chesapeake  Beach,  Maryland
    Chesapeake Beach Railway, Chesapeake Beach, MD
    Chesapeake Beach was once a major resort town on the west coast of the Chesapeake Bay. Although it was not the ocean, it was a great getaway from Washington D.C. to a place that was peaceful and quiet along the water. The pace was so much...
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