Children’s Book Author and Artist Karen Winnick was Featured Reader for Mutt-I-Grees® Curriculum in March
The Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum was developed by North Shore Animal League and Yale University’s School of the 21st Century.
Gary Winnick Featured at February Wall Street Conference in Miami Beach, Florida
Winnick built and owned the first privately-operated undersea cable in the world and then went on to build and expand a 130,000-mile IP-based fiber optic global network.
MoMA Announces 2023 Program for Live and Experimental Work
The Museum of Modern Art announces a year of programs slated for 2023 in a state-of-the-art space dedicated to MoMA’s ongoing presentation of live and experimental works.
It’s a Zoo First: Join ‘Walk for the Wild’ and Help Critter Conservation
The Walk for the Wild event will take place Saturday, February 25, an outdoor, in-person fundraiser for both the zoo and the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, also known as GLAZA.
MoMA to stage major Ed Ruscha retrospective, spanning his text paintings to the infamous Chocolate Room
Works by the American artist are among the most iconic pieces in MoMA’s collection, yet he has never been the focus of a solo show there.
Stem Cell-Gene Therapy Shows Promise in ALS Safety Trial
Combined stem cell and gene therapy may one day protect diseased motor neurons in the spinal cord of human patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a fatal neurological disorder known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Top Ten secrets of New York City’s Museum of Modern Art
This powerhouse art institution was the city’s first museum focused exclusively on modern art. Inside its hallowed halls, it houses masterpieces by some of the greatest artists to ever live, including Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Vincent Van Gogh.
L.A. Zoo welcomes baby giraffe
Masai baby giraffe makes debut at L.A. Zoo. The calf weighs in at 172 pounds and stands at six foot, seven inches, which makes this calf the tallest giraffe calf in the history of the Los Angeles Zoo.
“I’ll Have What She’s Having – The Jewish Deli” exhibit opens at the Skirball
The Jewish deli forged an entirely new, quintessentially American cuisine by combining Central and Eastern European dishes with ingredients abundantly available in the United States. The exhibition also traces the larger arc of the Jewish experience in the US during the twentieth century.