Skip to main content

The Latest

  • Exhibits at Laman in February
    Exhibits at Laman in February
    The month of February brings with it two very interesting exhibits at Laman Library in North Little Rock. The Smithsonian’s Mail Call Exhibit explores military mail and communication beginning with the Revolutionary War all the way up to the...
  • King H.S. Senior Council
    King Crusaders honors Dr. King with MLK Day parade
    Spoken word artists Raina Baker (female) from Renaissance High and Kaylen Ivory (male) from Cass Tech both performed pieces that touched the audience spirit. Monday January 19, 2015 King Senior Class Council orchestrated and hosted their 6th...
  • Bradley Cooper is American Sniper
    'American Sniper' cuts down the competition
    Breaking records for January, “American Sniper” has taken in $30.5 million on Friday, breaking a record for this month set by “Cloverfield” in 2008 at $17.2 million. Given only a limited release, and bolstered by its Oscar...
  • Life on earth explained
    Academy of sciences show is full of life
    It’s not often that a planetarium show can exceed the visual boundaries common to simple animated science displays.But “Habitat Earth”, opening at the California Academy of Sciences on Friday, Jan. 16, is more than just an...
  • Life's complexity
    Habitat Earth show explores life's connections
    Visual artists at the California Academy of Sciences, who have taken audiences into the world of earthquakes and the beginnings of the cosmos, have a new subject to explore—the interconnectedness of life.On Jan.16, the academy will unveil ...
  • 2014 Year in Review for One Spark
    A year in review with 'One Spark' 2014
    In 2014, One Spark brought a quarter of a million people into Downtown Jacksonville who viewed, voted for and interacted with over 600 Creator Projects who received cash and crowdfunding awards to fund their Projects. For this and the other recaps...
  • Cheekwood's Garden at the Antiques and Garden Show 2014
    The Antique and Garden Show returns to Nashville
    Even though most of the country is in the middle of winter, it does not stop garden lovers from preparing for springtime. Start thinking about and preparing your garden layout by attending the 25th annual Antiques and Garden Show in Nashville, TN...
  • Holiday shopping guide at Pearl
    Holiday shopping guide for one stop shopping at Pearl
    Pearl makes last minute Christmas shopping easy with 12 boutique retail shops where shoppers can find the perfect gift for everyone on their list. This holiday season make one stop at Pearl and shop local for men, women and children. Below is a...
  • Sustainable living Dutch style
    Sustainable living Dutch style
    If you are like me, you spend at least a couple hours each week separating recyclables from the rest of your trash. And, like me, you’re wondering, what really can become of this effort or could there be a better way?Sustainability and...
  • Great art  at any age
    Celebrating five years of octogenarian art
    Five years ago, The Carter Burden Gallery opened a new Chelsea gallery space devoted to the appreciation of the art of older artists. Today its mission remains the same but its popularity has increased over the years. According to http://www...
  • Budding art curators stage Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition in Evanston
    Budding art curators stage Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition in Evanston
    Undergraduate students at Northwestern University are curating an Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition with course instructor S. Hollis Clayson, an expert on 19th-century French art and the Bergen Evans Professor in the Humanities in the Weinberg...
  • Armadillo Christmas Bazaar brings music and fine art to Austin
    Armadillo Christmas Bazaar brings fine arts and music to Austin
    (Austin, TX) The Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, one of Austin’s longest-running iconic events returns December 16-24, from 11am to 11pm daily at the Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas 78704.With nearly four decades of...
  • John Van Hamersveld interviews on ‘California Locos’ exhibit
    John Van Hamersveld interviews on ‘California Locos’ exhibit
    The highly acclaimed California Locos exhibition synthesizes the work of legendary Los Angeles artists John Van Hamersveld, Dave Tourjé, Chaz Bojorquez, Norton Wisdom, and Gary Wong. These artists, influenced by the Southern California skate, surf...
  • Let it snow
    Reindeer, snow come to science academy
    Bay Area residents are not used to seeing snow or wild reindeer at this time of the year but both will be on display in Golden Gate Park beginning this week.Tis” the Season for Science brings exhibits on winter and the animals that survive...
  • Gazebo houses drummers drumming in the garden.
    Dallas Arboretum Welcomes "12 Days of Christmas" starting November 16th
    There's no better way to welcome the cold than by sugar-coating it with eye-pleasing and heart-warming holiday cheer. The Dallas Arboretum is doing just that. For the first time ever, the Arboretum is welcoming an exhibit like no other, The 12...