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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] To the naked-eye it may appear that we’ve been a bit dormant for the past couple of months, but amidst our Rip Van Winkling has surfaced a plethora of changes. And as a company insistent on committing to the evolution of theater and community should have realized our own […]

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By Dayna Martinez, The Ordway The Ordway’s first FREE Summer Dance Event was on Thursday, June 13th and, oh boy, what a beautiful evening in Rice Park!  The theme that night was Surf Rock and it coincided with the third night of the Ordway’s presentation of “Buddy:  The Buddy Holly Story”.  Everyone loved the band, […]

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By Meena Mangalvedhekar, Speaking of Home – St. Paul Speaking of Home- St. Paul project’s image production is successfully complete. In May 2013, prints arrived in continuous rolls for multiple reviews held at Banner Creations (http://bannercreations.com/) in NE Minneapolis. Nancy Ann Coyne, Jenny Kruse, Meena Mangalvedhekar and Dustin Steele put each one up on the […]

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Kinsey family travels

Published on June 11, 2013 by in Charlotte

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By Brandon D. Nixon, Gantt Center Bernard and Shirley Kinsey’s journey together began in 1963 as two college students in Tallahassee, Florida attending Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). They began their travels in the mid-1960s when Bernard Kinsey worked briefly as a park ranger at the Grand Canyon. Fifty years later, with their son […]

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By Kerri McNulty, Locust Projects School’s out, but Locust Projects is hitting the books. This Friday, June 14th, from 7-10pm, in collaboration with the Miami-based mobile book library Bookleggers and the L.A.-based organization, The Art Book Review, Locust Projects will host a One Night Stand featuring a selection of free books. Bookleggers will be providing an […]

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By Melissa Macker, The 567 Center for Renewal, Inc. Many people love art from afar, but for some, that love drives them to work hard at creating great art. Macon-based artist Marianne Dunn is one person who has made art her life’s work. It was high school where she accidentally discovered that she had a […]

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By Helen Schultz, Philadelphia Theatre Company ​Most first days on the job do not include attending a super fancy opening night of one of the sexiest contemporary plays in recent years. Luckily for us interns at Philadelphia Theatre Company, this kind of thing is de rigeur. We’ve got one of the best summer jobs on […]

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By Geraldine Lopez, Miami Music Project With the Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Center for the Performing Arts of Florida International University (FIU) jammed packed, Miami Music Project (MMP) marked the end of its 2012-2013 season with a breathtaking concert on Sunday, June 2nd. The show was titled Fantastic Season Finale, and fantastic it was! Whether […]

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By Dayna Martinez, The Ordway We’re finally experiencing some warmer weather in Minnesota and, for us here at the Ordway, warm weather means our Summer Dance series is almost here!  Summer Dance is a free, weekly social dance event, starting next Thursday, June 13, 2013 in downtown Saint Paul.  Each week is a different dance […]

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By Susanna Gold, Tyler School of Art at Temple University Charles Searles: In Motion,  the graduate student-curated exhibition at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University, is still going strong, and as been receiving lots of attention lately with recent reviews in the Philadelphia Inquirer,  theartblog, and the Tyler Student Life blog, just to name […]

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