Pop Culture Artist Kai to Host Pop-Up Series Featuring Four Top Las Vegas Philanthropists at Tivoli Village December 10, 11, 13, 22
Open to the public
Open to the public
The fall semester is wrapping up in the department of art. Enjoy any of these 12 spectacular experiences in the 12th month of the year.
Award-winning actress, comedian, writer and activist Fran Drescher is coming to Rochester. Drescher is bringing her “Schmoozing With Fran Drescher!” show to the Kodak Center Main Stage on June 12, 2020.
23 Counts Of POSSESSION OF WEAPON BY CONVICTED FLA FELON. Not word of this news has been found on ANY other North Florida News agencies. Only WQXT channel 22 brought you this news. You have to wonder why this has gone unreported?
Featuring The Bella Twins – Brie & Nikki Bella & their Belle Radici wines, SommSelect Global Wine Hunters & Master Sommeliers Ian Cauble and Chris Miller and More than 30 Las Vegas Chefs & Restaurants
The Friends of the St. Lucie County Library Association, Inc. will host its 39th Annual Dinner and Meeting at the Pelican Yacht Club on Saturday
The UNLV Epicurean Society will serve Spanish tapas in the lobby prior to the show, and guitar student Parsa Sabet will perform.
Opening November 16
UNLV’s annual Art Walk, a free festival of exhibitions, performances, and interactive events, will be held Oct. 11, 2019, throughout campus.
The Paula A. Lewis Branch Library is offering a new Beginner Knitting class on Thursday at 2 p.m., starting in October.
The Paula A. Lewis Branch Library ArtSpace program features two local residents. Works by Ashley Guevarez and Jonathan Joachim will be on display inside the library Oct. 1 through Dec. 28
Attention Treasure Coast Authors: The St. Lucie County Library System is currently accepting applications for the 6th Annual Book Fair scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.
“Connective Tissue” is the first large-scale assembly of works by renowned neuroscientist-turned-artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya. It runs through Feb. 22.
Henderson Pavilion Tickets Available the Same Day
Models stormed the runway in animal prints, neon dresses and designs that played with optical illusions at Jean Paul Gaultier’s Haute Couture collection on Wednesday, set to a banging 1990s euro dance soundtrack.
On view now through September 22
What started as a dream will soon become a reality.
On June 21, the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) will offer an evening of programming focusing on the lives and careers of three of America’s most talented musicians.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will receive the American Eagle Award in honor of its commitment to the preservation of American musical heritage and culture and for the organization’s music education programs that serve both children and adults.
Ronald J. Norick, Chairman of the Board, recently announced the Oklahoma State
Fair Board of Directors has added, by unanimous approval: Robert H. Alexander Jr., P.C., and Robin
Roberson to its ranks.
Every year on July 13, singers in Sweet Adelines International and fans of a cappella music sung in the barbershop style celebrate Barbershop Music Appreciation Day with community performances and other activities designed to share this unique singing style.
Volunteers and staff from the St. Lucie County Regional History Center will unveil a new temporary exhibit focusing on Florida’s role in World War II on Thursday, June 6 – the anniversary of D Day, when U.S. forces took the beaches of Normandy.
Northeastern State University’s River City Players begin their 2019 summer season shows on June 13 and tickets are on sale now. “60s Rock & Roll” and “60s Country” will be performed in the NSU Playhouse through Aug. 3.
The Academy of Country Music® announced the Industry Award and Studio Recording Award winners for the 54th ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS ™.
The Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) recently acquired the Jerry L. Cornelius Photography Collection from the Cornelius family.
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art has received an Art Works grant of $10,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to support exhibition and program development.
The Oklahoma History Center will offer a screening of the Smithsonian Channel documentary “The Green Book: Guide to Freedom” on Saturday, June 1, from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Chesapeake Event Center at the Oklahoma History Center, located at 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive in Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma State Fair is proud to present a variety of talented and entertainingperformances on the Chickasaw Country Entertainment Stage.
Presented by the Lincoln County Historical Association, Hardin Minor portrays his own grandfather, Capt. Nathaniel Hardin Massie (1897-1967), in Letters from the Trenches: Dear Kit, a one-man show about one man’s experience in World War I.
On Monday, June 17, and Tuesday, June 18, the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) will celebrate Juneteenth by hosting “Inside the Actors Studio”-style interviews with acclaimed journalist Carmen Fields in both Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Outdoor Festival featuring NC wineries, local craft breweries, top notch food trucks and a mix of fine artists from the region. Enjoy an all-day program of entertainment on the main stage & street performers throughout the festival. Watch art & culinary demonstrations at various locations as well.
the recent rash of random shootings in downtown St Augustine, many people believe Rawls may have made good on his threat to turn St Augustine upside down.