Guffey Colorado, Elevation 8600′

  Guffey, Colorado, now’s here’s a very unique town.  The town is pretty much owned and operated by one man Bill Soux.    Guffey is a “Road Side Attraction” in the truest sense of the words. Plenty of antiques and history to take up most of a day.  Make sure you have time for a few […]

Portraits of Meiji Japan—Photography from the 1880s

  June 13 – December 31 MMA Pacific Street Portraits of Meiji Japan features hand-painted Japanese albumen photography from the Museum’s permanent collection. Approximately ten years prior to the rule of Emperor Meiji (1868-1912), known as the Meiji restoration, Japan re-established diplomatic and trading relations with the rest of the world, marking a dramatic departure from […]

Andrew Schoultz, Exhibit

: current exhibitions  Andrew Schoultz July 5-November 17, 2013 MMA La Mirada   July 5, 2013: Open to the public to view the mural in process July 12, 2013, 6-8 pm: Opening Reception Andrew Schoultz is a San Francisco-based artist who creates monumental public wall murals, paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media installations. He generates a high-energy […]

Tour the ‘Lost’ History of ‘Red Rock" AZ

  Oct 3 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Tour this ‘lost’ history and other historic places off the Red Rock Loop Road. Guided by Paul Thompson, born & raised in Red Rock & Oack Creek Canyon, visit places and hear stories about the crossroads between Oak Creek Canyon & the Verde Valley – long before […]

This Week in St Augustine, September 23, 2013

  September 23, 2013 Monday – Sunday : September 23 – 29 Web.com Tour Championship at TPC Sawgrass – Dye’s Valley course at TPC Sawgrass at Ponte Vedra Beach hosts the fourth and culminating event of the Web.com Tour Finals. The Web.com Tour Championship determines the 50 players who earn PGA TOUR playing privileges for the 2013-2014 season and their eligibility positions […]

Custer State Park, Buffalo Round Up

  September 27, 2013 at 6:30 Am MST. Feel the thunder and witness one of the last great events of the Old West, the annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup. Watch cowboys and cowgirls on horseback and park crews in pickups round up the 1,300-head buffalo herd and drive them into the corrals. Following the […]

Two Great Drives in Custer State Park

  NEEDLES HIGHWAY Distance: 14 miles Expected travel time: 45-60 minutes Tunnels: Tunnel 5 (Near Needle’s Eye), 8′ 4″ wide by 12′ 0″ high; Tunnel 6, 9′ 0″ wide by 12′ 3″ high. View map The Needles Highway is a spectacular drive through pine and spruce forests, meadows surrounded by birch and aspen and rugged granite mountains. The road’s name […]

David Rathman: Stand By Your Accidents

  Opening on September 13, 2013, Rochester Art Center will present the first survey exhibition of Minneapolis-based artist David Rathman. Including works produced from 1991-2013, this exhibition will provide a comprehensive overview of the artists’ output spanning a twenty-two year period. Through his masterful use of ink, oil paint, and watercolor, Rathman confronts iconic emblems […]

A Fierce Green Fire

  The Battle for a Living Planet Sunday, September 22, 5 p.m. / Skype interview with director Mark Kitchell follows screening A Fierce Green Fire is the first big-picture exploration of the environmental movement—grassroots and global activism spanning 50 years from conservation to climate change. Directed and written by Academy Award-nominated director Mark Kitchell (Berkeley in the Sixties) and narrated by Robert Redford, […]

BC Space: Talk and Book Signing

  Sunday, October 6 1:00 p.m. Free admission . Mark Chamberlain of BC Space and curator/art writer Mike McGee talk about the monumental forty-year history of BC Space & Photographic Services, which was founded by Mark Chamberlain and Jerry Burchfield in 1973 and which was commemorated in the recently released book BC Space: Mything In Action. Chamberlain […]

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