Hamilton opens in Orlando
Hamilton, the Tony Award winning, groundbreaking musical opened Tuesday night at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
2 hours ago - WESH
University of Notre Dame to cover Christopher Columbus murals
Missing Attachment Missing Attachment More than 130 years after their debut at the ceremonial entrance to the University of Notre Dame's Main Building, murals illustrating the...
3 hours ago - WGN TV
Ted Leo and Aimee Mann Announce New Podcast
The first two episodes of “The Art of Process With Ted Leo and Aimee Mann" will be available on January 28
4 hours ago - Pitchfork
Oscar Is Starting to Look Beyond His Navel
Is the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences less enamored of the entertainment industry than it used to be? That's one possible takeaway from perhaps the two most...
4 hours ago - Slate
The arts are as crucial as STEM
Re: “Interest in the humanities at UW declines as STEM majors soar. It could be costly.”: Ten years ago, the collective voice of Humanities faculty was drowned out by corporate...
6 hours ago - The Seattle Times
Artist uses yarn to create abstract 3D art
Her first try at this mesmerizing artwork took eight months to complete. Now, the process takes days.
9 hours ago - WBALTV
5 Baltimore schools closed because of water, heat problems Tuesday
Problems with water and heat forced five Baltimore schools to close Tuesday as temperatures hovered below freezing most of the morning and early afternoon. Vivien T. Thomas...
9 hours ago - Baltimore Sun - 2 articles
Winners named for Wine & Dine for the Arts competitions
The 10th-anniversary Wine & Dine for the Arts festival, held last weekend in Albany, was projected to be one of the largest ever in terms of attendance as a result of a move...
12 hours ago - Times Union
Oscars 2019 overlooks ‘Green Book,' ‘Bohemian' backlash
And the nominees are... extremely controversial! The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences defied expectations Tuesday when they honored two outrage-inducing films in the...
12 hours ago - New York Post
Hiding in plain sight: Art detective finds stolen Spanish treasures in unlikely spot
An investigator dubbed the ‘Indiana Jones of the art world' has recovered two priceless stone treasures stolen from a Spanish church over a decade ago after tracing them to the...
13 hours ago - RT
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Mariano Rivera on Metallica: ‘I don't listen to that kind of music'
Mariano Rivera's unanimous Baseball Hall of Fame election came with a surprising revelation. Major League Baseball's all-time saves leader was famous for coming into the late...
FAA issues ground stop at Newark airport, citing drone activity
FAA issues a ground stop at Newark Liberty International Airport, apparently due to drone activity.
Rivera unanimous; Halladay, Edgar, Mussina voted to HOF
NEW YORK - Mariano Rivera has become baseball's first unanimous Hall of Fame selection, elected along with Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina. Rivera received all...
22 Valentine's Day gifts that'll show her you care
Ladies, if your beau hasn't made a peep about Valentine's Day yet, here's a good way to give them a little nudge... 😉
Man wins $1 in lottery, gets millionaire photo shoot treatment
This lottery player wanted a large check for his winnings and all the glam that goes with big payouts - even though he only won $1.
US Supreme Court allows Trump's transgender military ban to take effect as...
The Supreme Court's decision allows the ban to be enforced while the appeals court process takes place.
Mother speaks out after 10-year-old son dies by suicide
Seven Bridges, a JCPS fifth-grader, took his life Saturday. His parents told WLKY Seven was bullied and JCPS could have-and should have-done more.
Hertl completes hat trick, Sharks beat Caps 7-6 in overtime
WASHINGTON - Tomas Hertl completed his hat trick by scoring in overtime, and the San Jose Sharks withstood Alex Ovechkin's hat trick to beat the Washington Capitals 7-6 on...
PED-tainted Bonds, Clemens still fall short in Hall of Fame voting
Tuesday proved a rough day for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, the all-time greats who have been kept out of Cooperstown due to very strong evidence that they used illegal...
Guy, Huff lead No. 3 Virginia past Deacons, 68-45
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Kyle Guy and Jay Huff scored 12 points each, and No. 3 Virginia opened with a 25-3 run in a 68-45 victory against Wake Forest on Tuesday night. De'Andre...