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Yumi Hogan, governor’s wife, aids western Maryland museum | Miami Herald

Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan is helping an art museum in Hagerstown celebrate its 85th anniversary. Hogan is co-chairing a fundraising gala Saturday at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts. Hogan is a painter who uses traditional ink-and-paper techniques of her native South Korea to create abstract works inspired by rural landscapes. Source:...

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Lindsay Lohan visits Syrian refugees in southeast Turkey | Miami Herald

Turkey’s state-run news agency says Lindsay Lohan has visited a government-run refugee camp near Turkey’s border with Syria. The Anadolu Agency said Saturday the U.S. actress toured the social facilities and preschool in Nizip before giving refugee children there presents. She also visited an art and handicrafts workshop where she talked with the female students…. Source:...

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Black girlhood explored, exalted through dance
Feb22

Black girlhood explored, exalted through dance

Miami Dade College’s (MDC) MDC Live Arts and Miami Dade County Auditorium present the South Florida premiere of the Camille A. Brown’s Black Girl: Linguistic… Source:...

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Miami Serpentarium gets long overdue honors
Feb22

Miami Serpentarium gets long overdue honors

PINECREST, Fla. – One of the most memorable tourist attractions in Miami history, the Miami Serpentarium, was honored on Monday with a historical marker. Any kid growing up from 1946 to 1984, probably visited the snake place right off South Dixie Highway in Pinecrest. Founder Bill Haast housed hundreds of snakes there and suffered 172 poisonous snake bites that eventually made him immune from the poison. Haast died at the age of...

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Feb22

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With the ACC tournament looming, Virginia jumped four spots to earn its highest rank in the AP poll this season, checking in at No. 3 after a 20-point home win against North Carolina State on Feb. 15 and despite a one-point loss to Duke on Feb. 13. The Cavaliers (21-5, 10-4 ACC) share the No. 3 rank in this week’s poll, released Monday, with Oklahoma (21-5, 9-4 Big 12). The Sooners are coming off a Saturday road win against then-No....

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