Lake City Arts And Culture

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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See the world in Canada

Try the Vancouver area instead of China As Judy Lam Maxwell, the owner of Historic Chinatown Tours, leads her three-hour food and walking tour of Vancouver’s Chinatown ($ 100), introducing travelers to the district’s private historic buildings that once served Chinese immigrants who came to build Canada’s transcontinental railroad in …

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Guide to Cooling Down This Summer

The summer heat can feel relentless. That’s why we’ve put together a few fun ways to cool off during those hot summer days. Millennium Park Beach and wading pool Just minutes from downtown Grand Rapids you will find Millennium Park, at 1415 Maynard Ave. SW. This park has a sandy …

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Political conflicts Balkanize America

The opinions expressed in this post belong solely to the author and should not be construed as representing the views of Townsquare Media, News-Talk 1340 KROC-AM and 96.9 FM, or any other person affiliated with the organizations. ___________________________________ Americans argue over the historical and political issues that will determine the …

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Best of NH 2021 Art & Culture

Editor favorites Inspirational poet Being the New Hampshire Poet Award Winner is more than an honor for you Alexandria Peary – it is an opportunity to bring about change in a part of our state that is too often underserved. Aiming to reach children in Coös County, their first North …

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