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Gillian Anderson takes the role of Streetcar’s Blanche Dubois, says LondonTown (TRAVPR.COM) UK - July 8th, 2014 - A Streetcar Named Desire first graced the London stage in 1949 and now Tennessee Williams
The RA displays more than 400 photos by the iconic actor and director, reports LondonTown (TRAVPR.COM) UK - June 6th, 2014 - The Royal Academy of Arts has long been known as one of the leading art galleries.
The Arizona Pop Culture Museum in Phoenix has been trying hard to find donations to reopen a new location. The home to some 10,000 toys, action figures, movie collections and books, had to close its door in October and the management
The Javits Center, New York City’s premiere convention space and home of ad:tech NY 2013, is in an area of Manhattan not known for its attractions. The sparse stretch of Midtown West is almost a mile from the nearest subway station (sorry,
Visiting Louisiana is unlike any other place in the world. Texas advertises that they are “a whole other country.” If Texas is a whole other country, than Louisiana is a whole other planet. There are several strange and unusual
David Bowie at the V&A is one of the must-see exhibitions in London this summer reports LondonTown (TRAVPR.COM) UK - April 18th, 2013 - ‘David Bowie is&
File on 4 A "necessary" demonstration of Europe's shared history, or an expensive vanity project? The European Parliament's £44m (52m-euro; $70m) House of European History is one of its most controversial projects. Surrounded by hoardings and rapidly-
Like science, or know people who do? UC Davis may have just the opportunity you or your kids were hoping for Saturday when the campus hosts Super Science Day, when six museums and research centers will open to the public.
The West can no longer claim to be the dominant force in modern art, the director of the Tate museums has declared, after announcing a major shift towards acquiring and exhibiting the best new work from Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. Sir
Staff writer El Greco began his career in Greece as a Christian icon painter before moving to Italy to master Western painting techniques and then finally settling down in Spain. As a painter, he would often accentuate the effects of light and