Lake City Arts And Culture

Ahead of the GFLA concert, Patterson Hood speaks personally about the 14th studio release of Drive-By Truckers |

Drive-By Truckers released their 14th studio album, “Welcome 2 Club XIII,” last month. (Photo by Brantley Guitierrez) When Drive-By Truckers (DBT) hit the studio in late July 2021, they were in the process of releasing an unintended trilogy of albums brimming with socially conscious messages: 2016’s American Band and 2020’s …

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Where to see the Blue Angels at Seafair 2022

What’s more ‘America’s way of celebrating summer as military warships soaring through the sky? The Blue Angels return to Seafair for the first time since 2019, racing across Lake Washington and Seattle for impressive synchronized maneuvers. They’re the most iconic – and loudest – part of the Seafair …

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“Welcome to Cleveland”… In Bay View

If you’re flying low into Mitchell International Airport and the wind is blowing in the right direction, you’ll know you’re near Milwaukee when you see the “Welcome to Cleveland” sign at 2893 S. Delaware Ave. It’s the infamous sign on the roof of Mark Gubin’s building, formerly the Bay Theatre. …

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Sundays on State Returns for second year: “The Loop wants to be everyone’s neighborhood” | Chicago News

This weekend saw the takeover of an iconic downtown street. It is the Chicago Loop Alliance’s second annual Sundays on State. Arts correspondent Angel Idowu caught up with some of this year’s artists to share how the South Loop event celebrates the city. From Monroe to Lake, Sundays on State …

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Utah joins several states recognizing Muslim American Heritage Month

People gather in Times Square on February 19, 2017 in support of Muslim Americans and a protest against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. A statement declaring July as Utah’s Muslim American Heritage Month recognizes the contributions and needs of Muslim Americans. (Andres Kudacki, AP photo) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes …

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This week in Geek (18/07/22 – 24/07/22)

Posted in Events by Jon Carnes on July 17, 2022 Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday 18th July through Sunday 24th July. (jump to in-person events) virtual events The Truth About Sharks starring Melissa …

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The 2030 Olympic bid could run into trouble

Breadcrumb Trail Links news local news The report, addressed to the city council, cites time, manpower and resource limitations and missing details. A snowboarder flies through the Olympic Rings, releasing an explosion of snow and ice during the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics at BC Place. Photo by …

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Hotels report rising occupancy rates as Carlisle enters another tourism season

CARLISLE Hotels have reported increasing occupancy rates this year as tourists flock to the city for the summer. Carlisle thrives as a gateway to neighboring tourist hotspots during the busy parts of the year. Dubbed the ‘City of Lakes’, some see it as a cheaper visitor alternative to hotel stays …

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Mongolian rock sensation THE HU announce new album

Pioneering Mongolian rock group THE HU have announced details of their long-awaited sophomore album RUMBLE OF THUNDER, recorded through Better Noise Music, and released a new single called “Black Thunder” along with an official music video. The band’s 12-track second studio album is due out September 2 and includes “This …

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City postpones art pedestal project, citing rising costs | government and politics

ELCO DAILY ELKO — Proposed art shows in downtown Elko are being postponed after the Redevelopment Agency decided to focus on sidewalk renovations instead. The RDA voted 3-1 to hold back on the pedestals after city planner Cathy Laughlin said bids could fetch over $100,000. Although the RDA authorized city …

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Let’s check South Seneca Wingstop location!

Let’s check wing stop! Wingstop is a national chicken wing chain founded in 1994 in Garland, TX. They began franchising in 1997 and today have over 1,250 locations across the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. There are three locations …

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Magic on stage with the Tibbits Popcorn Theater

Smiles and surprises will fill the theaters when Alan Kazam brings his unique blend of magic and laugh-out-loud comedy to the Tibbits Popcorn Theater July 1-2 at the Tibbits Opera House in Coldwater. Full of audience participation, Kazam will delight viewers of all ages. He brings over 30 years of …

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Lots of ways to celebrate the 4th in Tehachapi (but don’t set off fireworks) | lifestyle

Get ready to party, Tehachapi. But remember, personal fireworks of any kind aren’t allowed in Kern County’s mountain communities — including the greater Tehachapi area. The fire risk is just too great, and the Kern County Fire Department is promising a $1,500 first offense fine and compensation for damages in …

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Best Neighborhoods to Live in USA: Suburbs You Should Relocate To

Montclair, New Jersey The suburbs of New York City range from exceptional bed-sharing communities to historic small towns. Montclair combines the best of all in a sort of old-meets-new mashup where low-rise condos and classic colonial homes draw families and singles alike. Montclair is only about a half-hour train ride …

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Here you can see the 4th of July fireworks over Tampa Bay

With some celebrations canceled or restricted in 2021 due to COVID-19, several cities are poised to bring back their annual Independence Day fun and games. Live music, parades, water ski shows, hot dog eating contests and fireworks are just a few of the celebrations that take place over this long …

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The June 16th celebrations continue at Florida Gateway College’s Showcase

To keep up to date with the latest local news, subscribe to our TV20 newsletter HERE and get news straight to your email every morning. LAKE CITY, Fla. (WCJB) – Florida Gateway College gathered to celebrate June 16th. The event at the Levy Performing Arts Center showcased black culture through …

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The 9 Best Small Towns in New York for a Weekend Getaway

New York State shines with famous cities, while its many small towns offer true escapes from the hustle and bustle. These nine small towns offer a variety of scenery and atmosphere for the best weekend in the state. Bay of Alexandria Boldt Castle on Heart Island, Alexandria Bay, New York …

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🌱 School District Deficit + County Cooling Locations

Hello everyone! Nicole Fallon-Peek here with her Monday’s Salt Lake City Daily, packed with all the local information you need to know right now. Here goes… First today’s weather: A few showers. High: 66 Low: 47. Here are today’s top three stories in Salt Lake City: The Utah Highway Patrol …

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Places to celebrate June 16th in the Bay Area

San Francisco Mayor London Breed opened the June 16 holiday season on Friday with an announcement and flag-raising ceremony at City Hall. June 16 is the federal holiday that declared freedom for enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas in 1865. Biden made June 19, 2021 a federal holiday, but as …

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Denver eases restrictions in hopes of boosting bar and restaurant business for Stanley Cup Finals

On June 8, the City of Denver announced that it was “allowing a temporary waiver of the 30-day rule for a temporary change in the request for space for avalanche viewing parties in bars and restaurants,” according to the Liquor Licensing Division’s website. The news came as a surprise to …

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Water inspires and fills the cheerful paintings of Milwaukee Native Khari Turner

Photo taken in Milwaukee, United States getty Khari Turner (born 1991) has been drawn to the water since he was a young boy growing up in Milwaukee on the shores of Lake Michigan. Turner has found a unique way to continue this connection by incorporating water from lakes, rivers and …

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Best and worst states for American music lovers

article (Photo credit should read LOIC VENANCE/AFP via Getty Images) Music is an integral part of American culture, no matter what state you live in. However, some states were founded on music or have extensive support communities, making them more attractive to music lovers. A recent study by Mecart, a …

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New summer life for the old ski towns of Catskills

The mountain towns of Windham and Tannersville may be best known for winter sports, but like many of the Catskills, they’ve enjoyed something of an accelerated renaissance in recent years, with a spate of new openings quickly establishing the region as a year-round destination. “We still see an increase in …

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Regional theater master Elizabeth Grimes Droessler was a shining light on the stage

Elizabeth Grimes Droessler: A Celebration of Her Life | McIver Amphitheater at Meredith College, Raleigh | Monday, June 6, 5 p.m After helping change the face of arts education in her city, county and state, Elizabeth Grimes Droessler – a deeply respected theater performer, technician and teacher – left the …

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School project partnership in Torrington ready to start construction

TORRINGTON — The architects of the new middle and high school development approved by voters in 2020 are almost ready to begin a three-year presence on Besse Drive this summer. The S/L/A/M Collaborative, an architect working in partnership with city officials and Torrington Public Schools, East Hartford’s Construction Solutions Group …

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On June 16, FIFA will announce the venues for the 2026 World Cup

FIFA will announce their 2026 World Cup venues on June 16, with Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver being the three Canadian options waiting to hear their name. A total of 22 candidate cities have raised their hand to host games for the 48-team expanded men’s tournament hosted by the United States, …

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“Love Me Before The Town Goes Away” from The Bay Podcast

Nijla Mu’min’s poetry preserves her homeland by painting portraits with words. She shares childhood memories of the black Muslim community in East Oakland. She romanticizes hanging out at Lake Merritt. And she wonders what became of the East Bay neighborhoods where she socialized as a young person. All of her …

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Minnesota • Thumbwind

Minnesota is called the Ten Thousand Lakes State. And it’s true! And if you dig deeper into the statistics, you will find that there are not even ten thousand lakes, but twelve thousand. Based on these and other parameters, the federal state is the state with the best quality of …

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🌱 Race City Festival + Bubbly Paws + Job Opportunities in Mooresville

Happy Tuesday folks from Mooresville! Here’s everything you need to know to start your day off right. First today’s weather: Sunny and pleasant. High: 76 Low: 49. Here are the top 3 stories today in Mooresville: The Race City Festival takes place this Saturday 14th May! Join the Mooresville-South Iredell …

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Free Comic Day is celebrated in St. Cloud [PHOTOS]

Free Comic Day is celebrated in St. Cloud [PHOTOS]

ST. CLOUD – Comic book enthusiasts and collectors celebrated the art form and showed their support for independent stores this weekend. Granite City Comics and the St. Cloud Public Library teamed up for Free Comic Book Day on Saturday. In the library, children and adults could try out some interactive …

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Top 15 Houston Theater & Arts Performances in May 2022

“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” closes at the Alley Theater | in early May Courtesy of Alley Theatre Catch virtual and live performances all month long with our roundup of theater and performing arts productions happening in May 2022. The month of May brings to a close several major productions – …

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Loveland HeART unveiled at Mountain View High – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland has its latest HeART sculpture, an installation at Mountain View High School created by the school’s art teachers, which was unveiled Friday afternoon. The hearts found throughout the city including Lake Loveland, downtown and even other schools in the area like Bill Reed Middle School are part of the …

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Seattle is holding a “Day of Service,” seeking volunteers to help clean up trash and graffiti

Seattle will host a citywide “Day of Service” next month with thousands of volunteer opportunities in dozens of locations, in an event that Mayor Bruce Harrell hopes will be a symbol of how his administration plans to clean up graffiti and beautify the city. Rather than a budget increase or …

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From The Northman to Russian Doll: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment | Culture

Figure: Lalalimola/The Guardian movie theater The NorthmanOutside nowRobert Eggers’ latest work is a violent, awe-inspiring, epic Viking saga that takes a star cast – including Alexander Skarsgård, Ethan Hawke, Nicole Kidman, Anya Taylor-Joy, Björk and Willem Dafoe – and lets them absolutely romp in a wild tale leaves revenge and …

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New Jersey Stage: Daily Issue 04/14/22

ART | COMEDY | DANCE | MUSIC | THEATER | COMMUNITY WAITRESS Thursday, April 14, 2022 at 8:00 p.mState Theater of New Jersey15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901Category: Theater Click here for a full description Tommy Emmanuel, CGP with special guest Richard Smith Thursday, April 14, 2022 at 7:30 …

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The “Out of the Blue” sculpture was “transferred” to the 9th and 9th neighborhoods of SLC.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Arts Council Monday night “raid” the city’s newest public art piece. It is a life size sculpture of a breaching humpback whale. It’s called “Out of the Blue” and it’s in the middle of the roundabout at 900 South and 1100 East …

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Tiffany windows, Flemish tapestries and beautiful bells at St Paul’s Church

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (914 E. Knapp St.) on Milwaukee’s Lower East Side was built in 1882. It was the second church built for Milwaukee’s pioneer Episcopal Church. The Richardsonian Romanesque style church is known for its Tiffany stained glass windows. Hehe glass was designed and manufactured by Louis Comfort …

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An all-Black musical that “transcends magic” finally makes its Utah debut

Todd Underwood begins the rehearsal by leading his cast with a breathing exercise and a simple command: “Be here.” For the black actors and creative team—including Underwood, the director—who are directing the genre-bending musical “Passing Strange” at the Salt Lake Acting Company, being here isn’t just about being in the …

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Green River Spring Summit to Plant the Seeds for More Creative Investing in Rural Utah March 30 – April 1, 2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

Danny Baxter Attendee at a previous Spring Summit. GREEN RIVER – The 2022 Spring Summit in Green River, co-hosted by Epicenter (Green River) and Granary Arts (Ephraim), will bring together designers, architects, artists, curators, cultural producers and community organizers to share ideas around the concept of “Home …

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Tacoma Sister Cities Announces Art Winners

Given the talent and thoughtfulness of the entries, Tacoma Sister Cities is very proud of this year’s Young Artists and Authors Showcase (YAAS) competition. So did the participating students. It’s nothing short of amazing how adept these young people are in their chosen medium and how they communicate what’s on …

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Veto of transgender sports ban likely to be overridden in Utah

Lake City. Cox vetoed a ban on transgender students from playing girls’ sports on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, becoming the second Republican governor to overrule state legislatures engaged in a broader culture war against the American perspectives on gender and sexuality against youth sports. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, file)”/> …

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Dying the Chicago River green is a tradition on St. Patrick’s Day. how did it start | WUWM 89.7FM

In 1962, Chicago city workers dumped 100 pounds of dye into the river that flows through downtown Chicago. It left the river emerald green for a whole week, establishing an annual tradition. Last weekend, the city celebrated the 60th anniversary of the event. Dyeing the Chicago River has become synonymous …

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Obituary: Claudia Boddy

Claudia Boddy died on Friday, March 4, 2022 at her home in Bozeman, Montana. She was a wife, mother, grandmother, costume designer, teacher, Francophile and lover of art, theater and travel. Claudia was a stunner. She was passionate, creative and some might even have said that she was bossy at …

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The Topeka exhibit features art by Native American students

The world would be a brighter place if the visions illustrated by these tribal youth could help. The upcoming Native Tomorrows art exhibition features works by Aubrey Bell (Cherokee Nation), Miranda Bradford (Citizen Band Potawatomi), Izabella Holstein (Prairie Band Potawatomi), Iris Cliff (Assiniboine), Noksi (Cherokee Nation), Tala Sterling (Choctaw Nation …

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Leading Off (3/8/22) – D Magazine

gas prices rise. In Dallas, gas mileage has increased by 34 cents per gallon in the last week alone. We’re still below the national average, but we’re still going up. Strip club owners make their case. They argued in federal court yesterday that the city‘s ordinance forcing it to close …

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“No to the war” were the last words of this independent Russian TV channel

A fire that broke out after heavy shelling by Russian forces at one of Europe’s largest nuclear power plants was extinguished early Friday as key Ukrainian cities came under attack from invading troops. What you need to know today: Nuclear power plant fire extinguished: A fire at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear …

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The White Rock Lake Museum asked to leave the Bath House Cultural Center

White Rock Lake Museum at Bath House cultural centre. Photo by Renee Umsted. Editor’s Note: This is a developing story. Check regularly The lawyer for updates. The City of Dallas Department of Arts and Culture has asked the White Rock Lake Museum to leave its place at the Bath House …

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DAY IN • DAY OUT Announce Lineup for Festival 2022 | national business

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. March 2022– Today, DAY IN • DAY OUT (DIDO) announced the full lineup of artists for its second annual festival, to be held August 12-14 at Seattle Center’s Fisher Green Pavilion. Three-day general admission and VIP passes will go on sale Friday, March 4 at 10am PT. This …

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The best things to do in New York State

New York City may lure travelers with its twinkling lights and non-stop excitement, but as you venture outside the five boroughs, a more relaxed program awaits at the Empire State. Art lovers will find immersive outdoor museums and themed gardens, while the more adventurous can take an Olympic roller coaster …

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Diane Teeman | Anthropology | Fine Arts College

Summary Current Status: Ph.D. candidate PhD title of the dissertation: Our Ancestors’ Path of Grief: In Search of the Bannock War, Tribal Prisoners of War, Fort Harney to Fort Simcoe Forced March Corridor Title of the MA thesis: The NAGPRA, the “Numics” and the “Spirit Cave Man:” Determining Cultural Affiliation …

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A recent incident underscores Utah’s long and troubled history of racism

What led to the suspension of the girl? According to Akers, five white students made racist comments about his daughter, including using a modified slur. When she confronted the white students, one of the boys called her an offensive term, and she responded by hitting the boy. From the point …

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Art, food, history and scenery make Monroe-West Monroe an ideal travel destination | Sponsored: Discover Monroe-West Monroe

publisher’s Note This article is brought to you by Discover Monroe-West Monroe. Nestled in Northeast Louisiana on the banks of the Ouachita River and Bayou, Desiard is a surprising oasis of relaxation and fun with something for everyone. Whether you want to enjoy the great outdoors, shop, enjoy history, or …

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UM is just days away from ending the mandatory campus masking policy

In just a few days, the University of Montana will officially end its mandatory mask policy on campus. Director of Strategic Communications Dave Kuntz provided details to KGVO News. “Since the beginning of the pandemic, these decisions have been made by the Campus COVID-19 Response Team, which is made up …

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My 8 favorite experiences on the Athenian Riviera

Athens is a vibrant city with an abundance of things to see and do during your vacation. Admire the ancient sites of the Acropolis, find a unique restaurant or taverna to eat like a local, or even take a day trip to the island. Still, many people miss the Athens …

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Classic Twin Cities date ideas

For the artists Why not play with clay this Valentine’s Day? Caufield Clay offers courses where you can keep your pottery at the end of the course and Cry Baby Clay has clay kits for fun at home. caufieldclayworks.com, crybabyclay.com You don’t have to be a skilled woodworker, jewelry maker, …

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Black Fret Seattle Announces 2022 Scholars

Ben London doesn’t want Seattle to turn into a “music desert”. The image conjured up is bleak, one of a barren wasteland devoid of culture, a once fertile artistic landscape parched under the scorching sun of the rising cost of living. Here, people roam like mad with …

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Things to Do in Miami: Miami City Ballet’s “Swan Lake” at the Arsht Center February 11-13, 2022

The Miami City Ballet begins its season opener on Friday, February 11 after flipping and canceling one of them during the pandemic Nutcracker performances in December. Swan LakeComposed in 1875 by Tchaikovsky, it will be the largest production in the history of the Miami City Ballet and the North American …

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Ballet West casts Black Juliet first, but she’s more about the role than her race

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4) – As a classical ballet dancer, there are several roles that just make you dream. The dual role of Odette and Odile in Swan Lake, for example – with its notoriously difficult 32 fouette twists – is reserved for only the most elite of ballerinas. …

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this is not an atlas

Event Details: The latest exhibition of the VAC, this is not an atlas, examines notions of mapping, mythology, and belonging in the works of artists Jude Abu Zaineh, Bruno Canadien, Bonnie Devine, Maria Hupfield, Teo Monsalve, Su Yu Hsin, and Joseph Tisiga. The collected works—including paintings, prints, videos, and site-specific …

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look up! What is the highest elevation in New York State?

New York State is known for its abundance of diverse natural beauty. When it comes to mountains, the Empire State certainly has some of the best peaks and mountain ranges in the eastern United States. Three major mountain ranges span the state; the Adirondacks, the Catskills and also part of …

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Suzhou Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television and Tourism Named Main Sponsor of London’s International Media Marketplace | National News

NEW YORK, January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Suzhou Municipal Bureau for Culture, Radio, Television and Tourism is pleased to announce its headline sponsorship of the IMM London that will be held 14-15 March 2022. In its tenth year, IMM has firmly established itself as the leading global event connecting …

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The Lake Placid murals have been drawing crowds to the Highlands County town for 3 decades

murals in small towns Mark Wilson reports. LAKE PLACID, Fla. – Just a two-hour drive from Tampa, down the back roads of Central Florida, lies a small town with a colorful secret. “We are the capital of murals. We have 49 active murals in and around Lake Placid, Florida,” said …

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Five CO arts organizations out of 154 receiving government operating grants

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – Awards totaling $1,265,166 will be made to 154 Oregon arts organizations as part of the Oregon Arts Commission’s Fiscal Year 2022 Operational Support Program. Due to a growing number of eligible organizations, there are six more recipients than in fiscal year 2021. Grant awards range from …

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Lake Charles Selected Again to Host World LNG & Gas Summit – American Press

The Americas Summit & Exhibition of the World LNG & Gas Series returns to Lake Charles in October for its 19th edition. The City of Lake Charles, Cameron Parish Port District, Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, Cameron Parish Police Jury, Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, Port of Lake Charles and Visit …

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Chelsea Factory aim to fill gap in performance arts caused by Covid-19

In March 2020, playwright and director Raquel Almazan was feverishly preparing the premiere of a play entitled Prisoner of La Paloma. The play, slated to premiere in New York City the following month, tells the story of El Buen Pastor’s female prisoners in Bogotá, Colombia, as they prepare for the …

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Where to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022 in the Seattle Area

Publisher’s Note: Given the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, please refer to updated safety advice from local health authorities and check your event’s website for coronavirus requirements and the latest information. From National Day of Racial Healing and Day of Service to community-led rallies and marches, …

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Warhol Foundation announces fall 2021 grant recipients

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has announced the forty-nine recipients of its Fall 2021 grants, totaling $4.1 million, to museums and arts organizations in support of their programs, exhibitions, and curatorial research in the field of visual arts Art will be awarded, with up to 50 percent …

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Ireland launches universal basic income program for artists

Catherine Martin, Ireland’s Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media launched an online consultation on January 6th to seek views on the creation of a basic income plan for a number of the country’s artists. The program, which Martin described as a “one-off political intervention in a generation,” …

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Tracey Emin starts an art school in a disused morgue

Turner Prize-winning artist Tracey Emin founded an art school and museum in the port city of Margate on England’s south-east coast, where she grew up. The school, named TKE Studios (the name includes its own initials) will be a former bathhouse and morgue that Times of London reported. Both buildings …

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Ocean County Million Dollar Poweball Winner

There is luck and then there is really luck. Ocean County is on a historic trail. 2021 was an incredible year for lottery wins in Ocean County. In December, a winning lottery ticket worth $ 10,000 came from Country Farms in Toms River on Route 70 and Whitesville Road. A …

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from James Blunt to the musical ‘Chicago’

The UAE’s performance calendar starts dynamically in 2022. January is packed with a range of eclectic shows, from German heavy metal to Arab orchestral pop music and comedy to ballet and theater. Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann is performing in Dubai this month, as is British singer-songwriter James Blunt and Broadway …

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Michigan Music Festivals 2022: Aiming to return this summer

While COVID concerns remain, more than 50 Michigan festivals are planning to resume later this year, including the overpopular, traditional, and some new events as well. The list at Local Spins. Shine again? Electric Forest is slated to return in 2022 after a two-year hiatus. (Photo / Anthony Norkus) PUBLISHER’S …

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HAMILTON returns to the Eccles Theater with passion and resilience

The national tour of the hit HAMILTON has triumphantly returned to the Eccles Theater. On the same day the tour opened in Salt Lake City (Dec. 28), the Broadway production of HAMILTON returned after nearly two weeks of darkness, and the LA production said performances will continue until March 23, …

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From big openings to big losses, a look back at Sunderland’s arts, culture and hospitality scenes in 2021

Lifestyle editor Katy Wheeler looks back on 2021. With the land deeply barricaded, it became more important than ever to shop locally and support urban businesses, many of which became a lifeline during troubled times, whether it be to keep us well fed and watered with supplies or a friendly …

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Pamplin Media Group – Johnson: Cultural Trust donations connect us all

Nathalie Johnson, MD, of Northwest Portland is a member of the Oregon Cultural Trust Board Twenty years ago a powerful group of visionaries celebrated the fulfillment of a dream – an easy and effective way for Oregon taxpayers to raise funds for cultural activities. This was the birth of the …

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Greek adventurer opens safari company in Uganda

Uganda is home to rich biodiversity. The Greek Panos Karakitsos hopes to make the African country a destination for travelers. Photo credit: Panos Karakitsos The Greek adventurer Panos Karakitsos hopes to put the beauty of Uganda on the map with his new travel agency Adroa Travels. Originally from the Greek …

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Minneapolis approves plans for Raze Lake Street Kmart and reconnecting Nicollet Ave.

The words “Lake Street Kmart” have been a surefire way to elicit groans from Minneapolis residents for decades. The big box store was moved to Nicollet Ave in 1977, separating the north end of a major Minneapolis artery from the south end, and breaking open the nearby neighborhoods. Last Friday, …

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Cordae Announces Tour Dates For Bird’s Eye View

The 2x GRAMMY® Award nominated rapper Cordae has announced his highly anticipated From A Bird’s Eye View Tour. The North American Headline Tour begins on February 3rd at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas and then lasts through mid-March. Further dates and special guests will be announced shortly. The …

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Dances Patrelles “The Yorkville Nutcracker” at Hunter College in New York takes the audience on a magical Christmas trip through Olde New York

Now in its 33rdapprox The Manhattan-based non-profit ballet company Dances Patrelle (dP) celebrates its 25th yearthat Founding anniversary of Francis Patrelle’s artistic director and choreographer The Yorkville Nutcracker with a four-performance weekend at Hunter College. The annual family-friendly vacation tradition was revisited and reset in NYC in 1895 by Patrelle, …

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Ballet Northwest performs The Nutcracker live on stage again

Ballet Northwest’s Nutcracker will be held on Nov. 10-12. and 17.-19. Performed December at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Olympia. Steve Bloom [email protected] Ballet Northwest, whose annual 2020 production of The Nutcracker was only on film, is back with a full production of the Christmas classic. The …

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