April, 2018

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center appoints Ron DeLyons to its board of directors

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center appoints Ron DeLyons to its board of directors

CINCINNATI, OH – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has announced the appointment of Ron DeLyons to its board of directors. Ron DeLyons is a business and finance executive with over 30 years’ experience as an entrepreneur and has successfully founded, developed, invested in and sold several private companies; many of which were minority business […]

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The Glass House presents Personal Effect: Works from the Collections of Philip Johnson and David Whitney

The Glass House presents Personal Effect: Works from the Collections of Philip Johnson and David Whitney

NEW CANAAN, Conn. – The Glass House is pleased to present Personal Effect: Works from the Collections of Philip Johnson and David Whitney this spring in our Painting Gallery, the structure designed and built by Philip Johnson in 1965 to house the personal collection so carefully acquired by both men. The array of work gives […]

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Museum of Flight New Vietnam Air War Exhibit Opens   Memorial Day Weekend

Museum of Flight New Vietnam Air War Exhibit Opens Memorial Day Weekend

SEATTLE – On May 26 the Museum opens “Vietnam Divided: War Above Southeast Asia,” a permanent addition to the Museum’s glass-walled main gallery that focuses on the air war over Southeast Asia from 1955-1975. Using displays based upon the design of military airbase protective barriers, the exhibit is not meant to be a comprehensive history […]

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MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Announces the “Joyce Rosen Youth Art Education Memorial” Campaign

MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Announces the “Joyce Rosen Youth Art Education Memorial” Campaign

MOSAICS Fine Art Festival Board announces their 2018 fundraising campaign, which will honor the recently deceased Founder and Board Member Joyce Rosen. The 2018 fundraising effort, known as the “Joyce Rosen Youth Art Education Memorial” Campaign, is scheduled to kick off on Wednesday, May 2nd in conjunction with the St. Louis Community Foundation’s Give STL […]

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F-14 Tomcat pilots share stories about flying at the Museum of Flight

F-14 Tomcat pilots share stories about flying at the Museum of Flight

SEATTLE – On Saturday, May 5, three former F-14 Tomcat pilots will share their stories about flying the famous swing-wing jet fighter during war and peace. U.S. Naval aviators Larry “Music” Muczynski and Hermon “Munster” Cook will take the stage with former Iranian Air Force F-14 pilot Asad Adeli. The 2 p.m. panel discussion is […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to host engine immersion workshop

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to host engine immersion workshop

Join the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and marine mechanic Josh Richardson on Saturday, June 9, for a workshop that will teach boaters what to do if their outboard engine ends up in the water. From 9am-noon, Richardson will immerse an outboard engine in the Miles River, haul it out, diagnose it, and then demonstrate how […]

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National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Hosts  A Journey Beyond Diversity Towards  Cultural Proficiency Training for Educators

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Hosts A Journey Beyond Diversity Towards Cultural Proficiency Training for Educators

CINCINNATI, OH. – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is partnering with Did You Know Publishing, Inc. to host A Journey Beyond Diversity Towards Cultural Proficiency training, on Thursday, May 3 at 4:30 p.m. A Journey Beyond Diversity Towards Cultural Proficiency is designed for people in the workforce to engage in a pursuit to work […]

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