Lake City Arts And Culture

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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Lake County artists and organizations collaborate on the Mural Trail

The Lake County Rural Arts Initiative (LCRAI) partnered with the Lake County Arts Council and the Lakeport Main Street Association in 2018 to improve the county’s economic viability by making it an arts and culture destination. The “Mural Trail” was created for this purpose, in which all work is carried …

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Walz announces a new initiative to train and hire care assistants

NS. PAUL – governor Tim Walz plans to train around 1,000 new certified nursing assistants in long-term care facilities by the end of next month. Walz announced on Monday a new partnership between the state government, colleges and long-term care providers to recruit, train and deploy new CNAs to help …

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Toadies reveal postponed tour dates for Rubberneck’s anniversary

Rubber neck tour poster Toadies have announced the rescheduled dates for their Rubberneck 25th Anniversary Tour, with Reverend Horton Heat as main supporter. Fans will witness the band perform their full-length “Rubberneck” album on the Trek, and Reverend Horton Heat will also play their full-length “Liquor in the Front” produced …

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Romantic Airline offers Couples Mile High Club flights

Love is in the air when you book a flight with an airline in Las Vegas that offers “romantic” tours of the city at over 5,000 feet. “Almost every single flight ends in utter happiness,” said Anthony Blake, pilot and co-owner of Love Cloud Vegas, said BuzzFeed News in this …

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Giving away experiences

It is easy to go overboard with Christmas gifts, but perhaps the best gifts cannot be unwrapped. The perfect gift – the one that gives both the giver and recipient the most pleasure – may be something to see, do, and enjoy rather than something to hold, touch, or carry. …

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The best neighborhoods in Phoenix – Lonely Planet

In the middle of the arid mountains and landscapes of the Sonoran Desert lies Phoenix, the most populous capital of the United States. Right behind this desert metropolis are its sister cities and towns, which make up the extensive urban area of ​​Greater Phoenix. The culture of the American Southwest …

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US bank donates property in Minneapolis Lake St. to Seward Redesign for redevelopment | Companies

US Bank announced today that it intends to donate its 2800 E. Lake Street office to Seward Redesign, a nonprofit community development company. Seward Redesign will work with 4RM + ULA, an architectural firm, to transform the property into up to four subdivided plots to include affordable housing, commercial and …

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The best places to retire in Georgia

(STACKER) – For many people, retirement is the reward after decades of work and starting a family. With all this anticipation, deciding where to spend that precious time can be a difficult one. That’s why Stacker used Niche data and rankings to compile a list of the best places to …

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Let’s give wings to nonprofits and charities in Bellevue and beyond | William Shaw

COVID-19 and the Delta variant continue to cast dire shadows over our families and neighborhoods, our businesses and our way of life. However, this terrible pandemic certainly does not tarnish the bright light of kindness and generosity that continues to shine in Bellevue and the Eastside. In this challenging year, …

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Are there any plans for the Old Forked River Buffet in Lacey Township?

Recently, while traveling through Forked River, I noticed the former site of the old Forked River Buffet, but it was cleared and fenced off. I am seeing that right now? Funny how sometimes you just don’t notice things. The former Forked River Buffet had been closed for some time, but …

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Time to finalize the general election and set the recount date

The Yakima County Auditors Office is busy confirming the results of Tuesday’s general election and setting a date for a recount in the Yakima County Commission race. The certification process begins on Monday Auditor Charles Ross says the Yakima County Electoral Committee will meet on Monday to review the results …

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BYU student film at the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival | News, sports, jobs

1/3 The title card of “Salt” (2020). Courtesy BYU Photo 2/3 Sanura and her mother look at Lake Retba in “Salt”. Courtesy BYU Photo 3/3 Sanura, the main character in “Salt”. Courtesy BYU Photo ❮ ❯ The title card of “Salt” (2020). Sanura and her mother take a look at …

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The 39th Annual Festival of Lights illuminates the Cincinnati Zoo with more than 4 million LED lights

The festival of lightsPhoto: Vincent DiFrancesco The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is transforming itself into a lighted wonderland again this year for the 39th Annual Festival Of Lights, voted America’s # 1 Zoo Light Show USA today three years in a row. This year’s display will show 4 million …

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Drawn Together Arts debuts with a piece by Steve Martin about a chance encounter between a physicist and a painter | Art & Culture | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander

click to enlarge Katherine Vandergriff photo The cast of Picasso at Lapin Agile A Man goes to a bar. But while this guy is a pretty nondescript patent writer in his mid-twenties, it would be a mistake to assume he is ordinary. He has some radical ideas about the nature …

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The SouthCot Eco-Challenge on November 11th

GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews / Nov 3) – Frontliners from various Local Government Units (LGU) in South Cotabato will be the focus of this year’s edition of the region’s famous tourism adventure race on Nov 11. Francisco Cerbo Jr., the event coordinator for the South Cotabato Arts, Culture, Tourism, and …

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Chickasaw Nation Productions’ films highlight the importance of First Americans to history during Native American Heritage Month

Chickasaw’s historical figures Montford Johnson and Te Ata have appeared in films that are now available for streaming November is National Native American Heritage Month, a time allotted for the United States to pay tribute to the rich culture and history of the Native Americans. As a result, events examining …

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The MOJA Arts Festival continues this week

Arianne King Comer was artist-in-residence at the Gibbes Art Museum earlier this year and created this batik that can be seen on the MOJA poster | Credit: City Department of Culture Employee reports | The MOJA Arts Festival, Charleston’s annual celebration of African American and Caribbean culture with music, art, …

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The intersection that Chicago made

Conceptually, the words “Chicago, Wisconsin” today will astound almost anyone who reads them. The idea that the metropolis of Illinois (and the third largest city in the country) could somehow be part of the Dairy State seems ridiculous. Chicago is too tied to the long and filthy annals of Illinois …

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A star-studded production – The New York Times

Fed officials are pulling out prematurely due to trade controversy. Robert Kaplan, head of the Dallas Fed, and Eric Rosengren, president of the Boston Fed, both announced their resignations yesterday. They got into controversy over trading stocks that could have benefited from the Fed’s emergency market interventions last year. China …

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‘Slave Play’ returns to Broadway

Slave Play, the lively and provocative drama that has been nominated for 12 Tony Awards but won none, returns to Broadway this fall. Playwright Jeremy O. Harris announced the plan shortly after midnight on Monday morning, about an hour after the awards ceremony was shut out, at an after-party celebrating …

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Exhibition of Contemporary Latin American Latinx Art Responds to Global Issues | News, sports, jobs

1/6 “Guna Dule Woman” by Carlos Villalon, 2006, archived inkjet print. Photo supplied, Carlos Villalon 2/6 “Emerald Tears” by Esperanza Cortés, 2010-2021, crystal, cut glass and glass beads on clay. Photo delivered, Esperanza Cortés 3/6 “The Corona Altar” by Scherezade Garcia, 2020, color / installation. Photo supplied, Scherezade Garcia 4/6 …

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“High Flying and Living Large: The Paintings of James Michalopoulos” opens in the historic town hall in Lake Charles – Orange Leader

A new exhibition of the works of New Orleans’ best-known living artist opens on Thursday, September 23rd at the Historic City Hall Arts and Cultural Center. “High Flying and Living Large: The Paintings of James Michalopoulos” shows fifty colorful and energetic compositions that span the artist’s career. The exhibition includes …

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The Hive by Coeur d’Alene offers a new way of working and socializing for enterprising women in the region | Art & Culture | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander

Katherine Vandergriff photo The Hive owner Melinda Cadwallader F.from the sidewalk along Fourth Avenue by Coeur d’Alene, The Hive looks like it’s a new cafe. Large mirror glass windows present a bright, versatile space with lots of cozy corners to make yourself comfortable with a coffee, work on your laptop …

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