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Blue Heron Nature Preserve Free Art Exhibition Explores ‘Into the Wild’ Theme

By David Pendered As the artist writes of her recently unveiled work at Blue Heron Nature Preserve: “My piece is about the need for people to find a way home to a secure, anchored space. Art by artist Sachi Rome floats above Blue Heron artist-in-residence Steven L. Anderson (left) and …

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Jarrell Jackman: Appreciating the lasting influence of the Spanish history of Santa Barbara | Homes and Lifestyle

[Noozhawk’s note: Last in a series. Click here for previous columns.] Over the past few months, Noozhawk has generously published a weekly column that I wrote on the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation and his various projects, with particular emphasis on his adobe world. In this latest column, I …

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New Mexico Space History Museum reopens May 7

The New Mexico Space History Museum reopens May 7 in Alamogordo. Courtesy / NMDCA Executive Director of the Christopher Orwoll Museum NMDCA News: ALAMOGORDO – The New Mexico Space History Museum, a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (NMDCA), announced its reopening to the public on National …

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‘Specs’ is ready to welcome regulars again – The San Francisco Examiner

North Beach Specs Bar, known for its quirky decor and colorful history, was opened over 50 years ago by Richard “Specs” Simmons in 1968. The bar is now owned by Simmons’ granddaughter, Maralisa Simmons-Cook, and her daughter, Elly Simmons. Simmons-Cook said there were still regular customers at the bar she …

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The ceramic gallery of the museum of the palace reopens, 1000 artefacts on display

Ceramic objects on display at the Palace Museum in Beijing, April 30, 2021. / CFP Ceramic objects on display at the Palace Museum in Beijing, April 30, 2021. / CFP The ceramic gallery at the iconic Beijing Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, reopened to the public on …

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Visit these sites inspired by the Hemingway era in Michigan

DETROIT >> Before Ernest Hemingway traveled to Paris, Florida and Cuba, he created memories in Michigan that have never released their hold on his heart. Her first marriage, her childhood memories of splashing in the lakes, her first short stories – Michigan served as the backdrop to it all. Hemingway …

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Getting the Camas out of chaos | North West

COTTON WOOD – The mishmash of ancient tools, minerals, flags, war uniforms, medical instruments, stuffed birds and jars of animal embryos preserved in formerly piled up formaldehyde in the Historical Museum of Sainte-Gertrude has been transformed into a storybook about life on the Camas Prairie and a look at the …

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Functional submarine periscope unveiled at the Veterans Museum | Stripes

A piece of Navy history is now ready for public viewing at the Veterans Memorial Center on Merritt Island. The new centerpiece is a 42-foot-tall Type 2F periscope that was used on a Sturgeon-class submarine between 1967 and 2004. These nuclear-powered fast attack submarines were considered the workhorses of the …

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Request a loan for the first rental expenses Good idea?

The emancipation of the new generations is an issue that continues to attract great attention from society, since it does not seem to bring good news with it. In fact, the rate of young people who continue to live with their parents continues to rise.   Only 20.8% of young …

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