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Laing Art GalleryMonet water lilies and gardening guinea pigs feature in Laing Art Gallery’s big summer showGreat Exhibition of the NorthHow Wallace and Gromit will pay homage to Lord Armstrong at the Great Exhibition of the NorthThe Plasticine heroes are to feature in an exhibition in Newcastle and a series of free creative workshops at Live TheatreTasteWho is flying the flag for the region at the BBC Food and Farming Awards? Find out hereA brand of alcoholic drink and a very special individual have been recognised in the prestigious national competitionCultureAce musicians, a man called Warlock and Danny Boy. A recipe for Northern Chords magicThe opening gala concert of this year’s Northern Chords festival brought the best out of some first rate performersTasteA new award for game has come to the North East and the Blagdon Farm ShopEnvironment Secretary Michael Gove presented the award to Simon Osborne and Jo Celerier at the House of CommonsGoogleWho is Tamara de Lempicka? The art deco painter honoured with Google DoodleThe Polish artist was inspired by her time in France and went on to be a painter whose work embodied the Roaring TwentiesThe Sage GatesheadHow a tale of a beheading went down in a packed main hall at Sage GatesheadOpera North’s mighty orchestra filled the stage as some of its finest singers sung of Salome and her deadly demandDurham City CentreA tribute to bandleader Ivy Benson will open this year’s Durham brass festivalThe 12th annual festival will bring some of the best brass sounds to venues including the Gala Theatre and Durham CathedralTasteThe North East’s best food festivals to tickle your tastebuds this summerWhether it’s Dunston Staiths, Saltburn or Tynemouth Priory, there are plenty of opportunities to sample the region’s best fareTasteMeet the couple who need wheels to take their Romanian food dream on the roadSaskia and Petric, who met on a cruise ship, have found an appetite for Romanian delicacies in the North EastMuseumsThe return of The Bedlington Terrier famous painting to be exhibited after 50 yearsOne of the best known works by a member of the Ashington Group is to feature in a show called Pitmen Painters UnseenCulture AwardsThe Journal Culture Awards 2018 will be presented next month. Here are the shortlistsThe best of North East arts and culture will be celebrated at the annual Journal Culture Awards ceremony in Hexham AbbeyGreat North Museum: HancockFor anyone who has a heart, here’s a fascinating exhibition at Great North Museum: HancockThe exhibition, with 3D models of the organ and a triple screen animation, focuses on the intricacy of the human heartNorthern StageGraham Greene’s murder thriller Brighton Rock is coming to the Newcastle stage in MayA play about teenage knife crime sounds horribly topical but Greene’s famous novel was first published in 1938Food DrinkHow two regulars enlisted a top chef to rescue Northumberland pub The Dyke NeukNow with claims to be the quintessential British pub, the future once looked bleak for the famous watering hole.