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A new exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts will give visitors a look at the Herculean endeavor to construct the Panama Canal, a pivotal feat of engineering that opened 100 years ago this year.
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Having helped Jack Bauer save the world again on “24: Live Another Day,” Chloe O’Brian, Jack’s quirky, faithful friend and computer whiz, is somewhere awaiting her next adventure.
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Tampa has produced some pretty unique Kickstarter campaigns.
Entering the studio to make one last album is an unusual concept for a band after it announces that it's splintering. But that's what Anberlin decided to do in January after explaining to its fans that it would call it a day after a dozen productive ...
Comedian Chris D’Elia, best known for portraying boozy boyfriend Alex on the now-defunct NBC sitcom “Whitney,” is bringing his stand-up act to the Straz Center’s Ferguson Hall on Oct. 25 at 8 p.m....
SAN DIEGO – Like Batman responding to a beaming Bat signal in the sky, fans are streaming to San Diego for the 45th annual Comic-Con pop culture extravaganza.
Hidden behind an unassuming strip mall storefront, lawyers, college kids, retirees and children as young as 9 brought their dreams to life Sunday afternoon, performing for their final sold out fundraising show.
NEW YORK – The teen metal band Unlocking the Truth, which recently signed a multi-album deal with Sony worth up to $1.8 million, plans to release a book next year.
NEW YORK – Broadway marquees will be dimmed in memory of a Tony- and Emmy-winning actress who epitomized New York and the theater world.
In 1977, an irreverent prankster named William McLean Wirths, a special education major at James Madison University, became an ordained minister via a mail order certificate from what he recalls was “The First Universal Life Christian Kingdom....
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