Archive for March, 2012

Grammy Museum show reflects LA music’s darker side

This March 26, 2012 photo shows visitors watching a display about the 1960s 'Go-Go' scene in Los Angeles, next to a vintage Rock-Ola jukebox converted to digital use, at the exhibit, Think of the music that defines Los Angeles and often three words float to the surface: The Beach Boys.


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Photographer to kids: Express yourselves

Now Nagler is passing on some of his skills and knowledge to students at three Wayne County schools, visiting them this week and teaching photography basics and giving each student a camera courtesy of Parkside Credit Union.

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China tells Ai Weiwei no public trial for tax case

BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese authorities have told dissident artist Ai Weiwei he will not be given a public hearing to reconsider a 15 million yuan ($2.4 million) tax evasion penalty allegedly due from the company he works for, Ai said on Thursday, a move he denounced as “inconceivable”.

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Ala. civil rights museum exhibiting lesbian photos

Photographer Carolyn Sherer looks at her group of photographs of lesbian families on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at the Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham, Ala.,Thursday, March 29, 2012. The photographs will be displayed thru June. Sherer says she hopes the photographs start a conversation about equality for everyone. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)Founded to teach about human rights and the fight for equality during the days of racial segregation, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is introducing a new topic: Lesbian awareness in the South.


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UCAC to offer photography class

Photo by Wm. Harold Senn ‘Rest Stop’ This photo, entitled “Rest Stop,” is an example of the work of Wm.

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