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Museum Toasts History of California Wine

By Eric Risberg | Jul 1
1881 Napa, a wine history museum and tasting salon, opened this month in Oakville, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) north of San Francisco

'Toy Story 4' Repeats at No. 1 Over 'Annabelle,' 'Yesterday'

Jun 30
"Toy Story 4" hung onto the top spot in its second week in theaters and the horror sequel "Annabelle Comes Home" opened in line with expectations, but the Cinderella story of the weekend was actually the third place movie: "Yesterday."

Celebrating 'STONEWALL @ 50': Curators Discuss Philly Exhibit

By Lewis Whittington | Jun 24
To mark the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, Drexel University presents an exhibit of 60 Philadelphia-based LGBTQ artists in celebration of the event. EDGE spoke to curators Janus Ourma & David Acosta about the event.

Meet the Museum of Natural History's Newest Guest: a T. rex

By Ashraf Khalil | Jun 6
The massive skeleton is the culmination of a decades-long quest by the National Museum of Natural History to acquire a rare and coveted T. rex skeleton

Elton John's Songwriter to Unveil New Visual Art at Exhibit

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Jun 6
Bernie Taupin is known for his longtime musical work with Elton John, but the British songwriter's visual artistry is stepping into the spotlight through an art exhibit.

New Orleans Reveals 5 New Murals

By Janet McConnaughey | Jun 3
Five new murals are up or going up in New Orleans, within walking distance of each other. Organizers say it's the first phase of a project to bring the vibrancy of the city's art scene outside gallery walls.

Talking with Dale Allen-Rowse, aka The Quilting Cowboy

By Steve Duffy | May 31
Edge caught up with Dale Allen-Rowse, aka The Quilting Cowboy, to catch up on his new business and find out the story behind his intriguing persona.

Austria: Photo Show of Holocaust Survivors Vandalized Again

By Kirsten Grieshaber | May 29
The creator of a photo exhibit of Holocaust survivors in Austria expressed dismay Tuesday that his portraits were slashed and daubed with swastikas in three attacks this month, but said the vandalism serves to emphasize why the show is important.

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Queer|Art curates new edition of After Mentorship

May 22
Queer|Art, New York City's home for the creative and professional development of LGBTQ+ artists, presents a new edition of the After Mentorship series as part of the Food for Thought program

Venice Biennale Invites Heavy Thinking on Political Issues

By Colleen Barry | May 11
Political issues that excite newsprint, the airwaves and social media are getting a very open airing at the 58th Venice Biennale contemporary art fair, like so much laundry hung out to dry in the lagoon breeze.

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