Daytona Beach’s Museum of Arts & Sciences celebrates 50 years on Nova

CELEBRATE THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MUSEUM OF ARTS & SCIENCES

WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday

WHERE: The Daytona Beach Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S. Nova Road

WHAT’S HAPPENING: Food trucks, 1970s laser rock concerts and star shows in the Lohman Planetarium, music from DJ Jukebox Bully, and tours of the Tuscawilla Nature Preserve. Visitors can also sign a free-standing memory wall that will go on display in the lobby of the museum for the rest of the year. 

COST: The event is free for members or with paid museum admission. 

DAYTONA BEACH — A few

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Painting stolen from Honolulu dentist’s office nearly 50 years ago returned to original owners

Jul. 22—A painting by iconic artist Margaret Keane that was stolen from a Honolulu dental clinic nearly 50 years ago was turned over today to a representative of the original owners, one of whom is a woman depicted in the painting when she was a child.

Officials of Heritage Auctions, the largest fine art and collectibles auction house founded in the U.S., turned over the artwork, “Eyes Upon You, ” to family representative Robert Wittman during a news conference held at the auction house’s headquarters in Dallas.

The painting was stolen from the dental clinic in November 1972.

The oil

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Musician’s Repair & Sales adapts after 73 years in business

It’s a Tuesday afternoon and Ricardo Chavarria sits next to Rick Oldham at a repair desk in Musician’s Repair and Sales in downtown Indianapolis, watching Oldham’s every move. He imitates the maneuvers on the instrument he is repairing and asks questions along the way.

A year ago, Chavarria worked as an assistant manager at Taco Bell. When the pandemic started, he began to re-evaluate his life. He came across a job posting for an instrument repair technician in the classifieds. In June, he started working at Musician’s Repair and Sales.

“I’m literally making a living doing what I love,” Chavarria

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Sofia Richie Aces This Year’s Hottest Trends in Layered Anklets & a Sheer Two Piece for 8 Other Reasons Collection

Sofia Richie’s 8 Other Reasons collection is here, and it features some of this year’s biggest trends.

Available now at 8OtherReasons.com, the model teamed up with the celebrity-favorite brand on a 61-piece capsule that includes jewelry and apparel. Ranging in from $17-229, sparkly bucket hats, metal bags, shiny rings, scarves, eyewear and a jewelry every fashion girl loves.

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In campaign images Richie is seen modeling pieces from the capsule, demonstrating exactly how to rock the ankle trend. In one photo, Richie wears a sheer bralette paired with coordinating biker shorts with a series of anklets

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Bryan Bogue has been a Spokane Symphony percussionist for nearly 50 years

Following in the footsteps of two older siblings, Bryan Bogue started his musical journey with piano lessons. Music classes in public school allowed him to start dabbling in other instruments, and, by the time he started fourth grade, he had his choices whittled down to trombone and drums. The drums won, and today Bogue has been a Spokane Symphony percussionist for nearly 47 years.

Bogue, 65, earned his Bachelor of Music in Percussion Performance from Eastern Washington University, a teaching certification from Whitworth University and a Master of Arts in Music Education/Percussion Performance from the University of Washington.

“Percussion takes

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Culture Minister Jenny Gilruth Helps Put Arts In STEM To Create STEAM At This Year’s Edinburgh Science Festival

Minister for Culture, Europe and International Development Jenny Gilruth visited Elemental, a new interactive multimedia art installation at Summerhall as part of 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival. As every year, the Festival champions art-based learning in science and the power of bringing scientists and other creatives together with a programme that truly puts the A (Arts) into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), turning Edinburgh into a science playground for people of all ages and offering a wide range of digital events for the sci-curious around the world – all available until 11 July.

Culture Minister Jenny Gilruth said: “The Edinburgh

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