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Recent Posts:  Page 75

A Museum without Walls

Philadelphia’s vast public art collection offers a no-charge way to soak up culture read more »

Hollywood’s Walk of Fame at 50 – Bright As Ever

Hollywood’s Walk of Fame at 50 – Bright As Ever Hollywood’s iconic Walk of Fame, that star-strewn stretch along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine, celebrated its golden anniversary in 2010. For the past 50 years, fans from around the world have been drawn to the Walk of Fame — clutching maps, heads bent downward, scouring the pavement for the brass and terrazzo stars of their favorite entertainers. read more »

Fine Dining in Fine Museums – A perfect finish to a visual feast

CityPASS is renowned for providing travelers with exceptional adventures at fantastic prices. But what to do with all the money you’ll save? Sure, there’s always shopping for souvenirs, but what about something a little different? How about celebrating your savvy traveler instincts – not to mention indulging your taste buds – with an artful meal in a museum setting? read more »

A Hollywood-style Halloween

Hollywood’s flair for storytelling, special effects and theatrics — not to mention the ubiquitous stream of superheroes and silver screen legends vamping, posturing and posing for photos near Grauman’s Chinese Theatre — make it seem as though Tinseltown is celebrating Halloween year-round. But, in October, Hollywood and Southern California’s already high bar for showmanship shifts firmly into overdrive. read more »

Art World Abuzz about the MFA’s Historic Building Expansion

Visitors relish a New England fall for many things: Its autumn leaves, maple syrup, chowder and other regional delights. But in addition to leaf peeping, this November’s most breathtaking Boston attraction will be the opening of the Museum of Fine Arts’ new Art of the Americas wing. read more »

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