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As-it-happens update March 31, 2018
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Harry Potter: A History of Magic is making its way over to the U.S. in celebration of the 20th anniversary. Here is all the information you need about the exhibition. Harry Potter may have strong routes in the UK but it also has a solid fan base in the U.S. So it is was only a matter of time before the exhibition ...
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Ron Emilio, a veteran Canadian film industry executive, died March 7 in Toronto of pneumonia and complications from heart disease, his daughter Alison Emilio-Kleckner said. He was 85. Emilio served as CEO of Famous Players Theaters, at one time Canada's largest movie chain, from 1987-92, and as ...
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HISTORY buffs should head to Rhos library this coming April, as an exhibition on the First World War is now on display. The exhibition was curated by Rhos resident Howell Roberts and tells the story of the soldiers from in and around the Rhos area. Mr Roberts says he was inspired to make the ...
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AKIPRESS.COM - An exhibition space along the river Ak-Buura in Osh city was solemnly opened on the evening of March 29 with Prime Minister Sapar Isakov in attendance. In his speech, Isakov said this exhibition area is a unique and one of a kind construction in Central Asia. The object was created ...
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The show — which follows The Art of Burning Man exhibition that went on display at a Virginia museum last year — includes both surviving pieces from past festivals and newly commissioned works. The visually decadent installations — 14 in the 19th-century era Renwick building and six spilling ...
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A young dinosaur fanatic was the first person to see a new exhibition in Edinburgh. Six-year-old Iggy Just was treated to a sneak peak at the life-sized animatronic dinosaur tour, which opened on Friday. The 30 full scale prehistoric creatures will be in the grounds of Lauriston Castle until April 15.
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