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Dr. Seuss kept two secrets under lock and key — his hat and art collections. Born Theodor Seuss Geisel in Springfield, Mass., he became a household name and national icon for his colorful illustrations and jaunty rhymes. But only his wife Audrey...
Tags: Animals, Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, NASCAR, New York City
A traveling selection of hats, helmets, bonnets and caps once owned by Dr. Seuss makes a SoCal stop at a Laguna Beach art gallery on Friday. Photo Gallery: 7 things you didn't know about Dr. Seuss The touring "Hats Off to Dr. Seuss!" exhibit is part...
Tags: Landforms, Caves and Caverns, Arts and Culture, Artists, Arts
Once in a while an old photograph pops up, featuring someone who bears a striking resemblance to a person everyone knows. It's happened to Nicolas Cage in the past, leading some to believe he's a vampire. Now it looks like Jay-Z is the one with a...
Special to the Hartford CourantNEW YORK CITY — Storybook-themed outings, particularly for young kids, abound in New York. Fans of "Eloise at the Plaza'' by Kay Thompson can book the Plaza Hotel's Eloise Suite, featuring a sparkly padded pink headboard and Eloise's name in neon...
ReutersBy Atossa Araxia Abrahamian NEW YORK, May 2 (Reuters) - New York City's upcoming public bike share program, Citibike, has already irked parking space seekers, food cart vendors and locals who resent seeing a Citibank sponsor logo on nearly every block....
Tuesday is a big day for Broadway with the Tony nominations set for a live webcast starting at 5:30 a.m. PDT. The nominations will be announced on TonyAwards.com by multiple Tony winner Sutton Foster (most recently for "Anything Goes") and "Modern...
"Oblivion" will make you remember, not forget. This Tom Cruise vehicle is a throwback to the days when on-screen science fiction was about speculative ideas rather than selling toys to tots — think of it as the most expensive episode of "The...
Theater and history lovers alike are in for a treat with the closing production of Annie Russell Theatre's 80th season. The theater at Rollins College opens Oliver Goldsmith's classic "She Stoops to Conquer" on Friday, April 19, but a three-minute...
If you’ve got a moment, you’ve got just enough time for “A Minute Away,” a new video offering from the Travel section. This week’s destination is sleepy little June Lake, Calif., about 20 miles from the Mammoth Mountain ski...
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The Hartford CourantHartford's iQuilt plan, which focuses on the arts and cultural institutions around Bushnell Park, is one of many land-use master plans and studies produced for the city. The most prominent of these plans is arguably the 1912 Carrere and Hastings plan....
Got a minute? That's just enough time to meet “A Minute Away,” a new video feature at latimes.com/travel that's designed to give you a moment's peace, a brief cleansing of the brain and maybe a travel idea or two. Lots of showing, not so...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Travel, Social Media
At the NBC News Group’s upfront presentation Thursday in New York City, “Today” host Matt Lauer wasted no time in addressing the problems plaguing the once-dominant morning program. “I would like to tackle what might be a teeny...
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