History/Culture

#TravelThursday – San Francisco Dungeon

#TravelThursday – San Francisco Dungeon

Imagine if you will, walking down the streets of San Francisco more than 100 years ago. You’re tired, thirsty, and cold. Your quest for fame and glory has left you without hope, and the only gold in your pocket is the dust from wandering the mountainside and finding nothing. You slip into the local bar, […]

#TravelThursday – Oldest School House

#TravelThursday – Oldest School House

Have you ever heard stories from your grandparents about how tough it was to get to school in the olden days? How bad students wore dunce caps? How there was a time when there wasn’t even air conditioning in school? The horror! If you visit the Oldest School House in Saint Augustine, you can get […]

#TravelThursday – The Fountain of Youth

#TravelThursday – The Fountain of Youth

In 1513, the first governor of Florida, and supposed hunter of the Fountain of Youth, Juan Ponce de Leon, came ashore close to a small village on the coast of what is now St. Augustine to resupply his small fleet of vessels; the Santiago, San Cristobal and Santa Maria (yes, that Santa Maria.) It was […]

Storytime for Grownups: Mandel JCC to Present TEN DOLLARS TO HATE with Author Patricia Bernstein, Thursday, May 3 in Boynton Beach & PB Gardens

Storytime for Grownups: Mandel JCC to Present TEN DOLLARS TO HATE with Author Patricia Bernstein, Thursday, May 3 in Boynton Beach & PB Gardens

Ellen Wedner, Vice President of Arts & Culture at Mandel JCC, today invited book lovers and history buffs to a very special double-event as part of the popular Reel Matter Series: Thursday, May 3 TEN DOLLARS TO HATE With Author Patricia Bernstein This is a history of 1920s Klux Klan in Texas, and much of the focus of […]

The Whitehall Society hosts Mixing It Up

The Whitehall Society hosts Mixing It Up

On Friday, April 27, the Flagler Museum will host  Mixing It Up, the Whitehall Society’s seasonal cocktail party and fundraising event, beginning at 6:30 pm in the Lake Room. Swathed in deep red and softened by delicate florals, the Lake Room is the perfect setting to host friends and watch art come to life. Mixing It […]

L.A. Theatre Works and Susan Albert Loewenberg, Producing Director, present The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. Starring Gilbert Glenn Brown as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Karen Malina White as Camae. Photography © Kirk Richard Smith. All rights reserved.

KRAVIS CENTER to Present THE MOUNTAINTOP About Last Night of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

L.A. Theatre Works has announced the casting of stage, film and television stars Karen Malina White and Gilbert Glenn Brown for their upcoming tour of the Olivier Award-winning hit play, The Mountaintop. As the nation honors the 50th anniversary of his passing, the fictional tale of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last night alive comes to the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing […]