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Tour Europe for free at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

Tour Europe for free at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

Diana Nollen The Gazette REVIEW: ‘Picnic’ brings ardor, anguish to Brucemore’s outdoor stage American Idol winner Maddie Poppe adds 2 Iowa shows Script still being written on remake of Hardacre Theater Review: ‘Heathers’ kills on TCR stage ‘Picnic’ packs themes relevant today All articles by Diana CEDAR RAPIDS — oday, ...

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Rome: a taste of Testaccio

Rome: a taste of Testaccio

St. Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, the Trevi fountain… Rome is a city drenched in beauty and history, but also one whose paths can often feel well trodden. For an alternative break, head south to the capital’s traditionally working class yet up-and-coming Testaccio neighbourhood. Sitting east of the Tiber river, Rome’s ...

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Oglethorpe University Museum of Art celebrates 25 years

Oglethorpe University Museum of Art celebrates 25 years

Museums abound in Atlanta, but while many are familiar with the High Museum, there are several lesser-known museums with rich offerings, such as the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. The OUMA is now celebrating its 25th anniversary with “OUMA in Retrospect,” an exhibition of 10 percent of its permanent collection, ...

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The top 10 honeymoon destinations according to Instagram

The top 10 honeymoon destinations according to Instagram

Get inspiration for your own romantic honeymoon July 16, 2018 – 13:21 BST Chloe Best Discover the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world, as compiled by Kuoni from Instagram A honeymoon is the opportunity for a holiday of a lifetime, where newlyw can relax and settle into married life ...

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Newly donated items featured at Rome Historical Society

Newly donated items featured at Rome Historical Society

The Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St., will host “Growing the Collection,” a program featuring items recently donated to the society, at 7 p.m. Thursday. Every year dozens of people donate books, photographs and other objects to local historical societies and museums so that these tangible pieces of the past ...

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