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May 10, 2007
The Autry National Center is celebrating over 20 years of collecting exceptional firearms with its first exhibition drawn from its extensive collection. This exhibit brings together more than 50 of the most magnificent decorative and historically important American firearms from the Autry's permanent collection, selected for their extraordinary quality, condition, and elegance. Pistols: Dazzling Firearms will open on May 18 and run through August 12 in the Autry's Showcase Gallery. Highlights of the show include Wild Bill Hickok's Model 1851 Navy revolver, Annie Oakley's Smith and Wessons, and six presidential guns designed by the Colt Company, including one designed for President John F. Kennedy.
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July 5, 2007
Jane Napier Neely I don't know about you, but I had great fun at our nation's birthday party. I met up with old friends and got caught up on the news of their families. I also met some new people and that is always fun for me. The party hosts were wonderful and the barbecue fare with all the side dishes delicious. Hooray for the red, white and blue! Believe it or not, but social and cultural happenings have been in quite a spin lately. So here I am pedaling as fast as I can to catch up with it all. Not complaining, mind you, because the whirl has been exhilarating as well as informative.
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May 27, 2004
EXHIBITIONS 'Angel Frames' - "Angel Frames: A Collection of Very Special Art" continues through June 27 at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, at 145 N. Raymond Ave. For more information, call Gioia Pastre at 626-449-2919, ext. 18. 'Positive/Negative' - Forest Lawn Museum presents "Positive/Negative: The Unity of Film," an exhibit of local photographers from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Aug. 1 at Forest Lawn Glendale, 171 S....
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July 5, 2007
Jane Napier Neely I don't know about you, but I had great fun at our nation's birthday party. I met up with old friends and got caught up on the news of their families. I also met some new people and that is always fun for me. The party hosts were wonderful and the barbecue fare with all the side dishes delicious. Hooray for the red, white and blue! Believe it or not, but social and cultural happenings have been in quite a spin lately. So here I am pedaling as fast as I can to catch up with it all. Not complaining, mind you, because the whirl has been exhilarating as well as informative.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 10, 2007
The Autry National Center is celebrating over 20 years of collecting exceptional firearms with its first exhibition drawn from its extensive collection. This exhibit brings together more than 50 of the most magnificent decorative and historically important American firearms from the Autry's permanent collection, selected for their extraordinary quality, condition, and elegance. Pistols: Dazzling Firearms will open on May 18 and run through August 12 in the Autry's Showcase Gallery. Highlights of the show include Wild Bill Hickok's Model 1851 Navy revolver, Annie Oakley's Smith and Wessons, and six presidential guns designed by the Colt Company, including one designed for President John F. Kennedy.
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