Archive for April 27th, 2012

FGCU’s “Faustus Burns Brightly”

The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center presents Florida Gulf Coast University Theatre Lab’s “Faustus Burns Brightly,” a play written, directed and designed by Professor Barry Cavin. Performances are April 27 and 28 at the Davis, 2301 First Street in the River District, downtown Fort Myers.

 

The play incorporates Christopher Marlowe’s “Doctor Faustus” and centers on a group of recent college graduates who open a small theatre on the dingy streets of Hollywood. They decide to produce Marlo…

MUMMIES OF THE WORLD IN TAMPA

AT THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCE & INDUSTRY APRIL 27, 2012

Tickets on sale now for the world’s largest collection of mummies ever assembled

The highly-anticipated Mummies of the World exhibition will make its Florida premiere at the Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) on Friday, April 27, 2012.  The presentation in Tampa will mark the fifth stop of the exhibition’s exclusive seven-city tour. This astonishing collection of mummies and related artifacts includes a 6,420-year-old child mummy from …

Locksmithing-Art Of Making And Undoing Locks

Locksmithing refers to the art of making and undoing locks. A lock basically is a mechanism which is used to secure rooms, buildings, storage areas etc. Often a key is used to open a lock but now days more sophisticated and complex locks are being made which require things like a security token or a combination of numbers or other means of authentications to open them. A locksmith is a person who is an expert in the assembling and designing of locks along with their keys. The oldest lock was mad…