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Dear Amy: I have a very good friend who recently came out of the closet to his parents. One of his biggest obstacles in making this decision was that he grew up in a conservative military home, and with that came certain expectations. He was a captain...
FrameworkThe Coachella Music and Arts Festival is a visual melody for photographers. Hundreds of artists playing on a cluster of stages over two weekends for some 120,000-plus people letting their collective freak flag fly. Really, it’s as close as it gets...
Orlando SentinelIf you're a fan of the Orlando Sentinel's photography blog, Florida 360, then you've probably seen in the past few years some of the extreme ways Team Fla360 has used the GoPro Hero camera --the ubiquitous waterproof-and-shockproof sports minicam-- to...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Landforms, Arts, Mountains
The South Florida Sun Sentinel was awarded the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism Monday for its investigation of off-duty police officers who endangered the lives of citizens by speeding. The newspaper, owned by Tribune Co.,...
Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon The juried photographic competition features work by photographers from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, the District of Columbia, and beyond. Exhibit on view through Sunday, April 14. Washington County...
All dressed up with cool places to go, the pretty young things of "Lotus Eaters" are very rich and extravagantly bored. Alexandra McGuinness' first feature isn't quite as aimless as the millennial jet-setters it portrays, but it's at least as good-looking...
Tags: Sports Cars, Arts and Culture, Movies, Heroin, Arts
When Martha Mehlhaff attended Northern State University, she lived the life of a normal college student, even though she was in her late 50s. Mehlhaff spent her junior year living in one of Northern's residence halls. She lived on the third floor of...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Artists, Education, Fine Arts, Arts
How do you make a dish look appealing? It's one of the more frequent questions we hear in the Food section. Readers want to know what we do to make food look appetizing in a photo. While photographing naturally beautiful food really helps, there are a...
Tags: Google+, Arts and Culture, Pies and Tarts, Recipes, Arts
Reuters(Repeats for wider subscribers) By Nate Raymond NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - In a closely watched case in the art world, American artist Richard Prince won a federal appeals court order Thursday holding that he did not infringe the copyrights of a...
MOUNT DORA — Indian-American businessman and photographer Yatin Patel doesn't brag about the modernity of India's cities. Instead, he treasures old sections, where for centuries people have added their stamp to streets built during the Mughal...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Panera Bread Company, Arts
A reception for Bobbi Piasecki's art exhibit is from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Artworks Cooperative Gallery in Lakewood Mall. The artwork consists of photography, digital painting and mixed media. The exhibit, which runs through Tuesday, is called...
Tags: Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, Artists, Arts
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