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By Rudy Sablon, The Motivational Edge Rudy Sablon is the Director of Programs for The Motivational Edge, a nonprofit that uses the arts to inspire youth towards academic achievement, increased self-confidence and building essential life skills. Below, he writes about a student performance showcasing many of the lyrical expression and audio recording program students, which […]

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By Ann Mintz, Reading Terminal Market Reading Terminal Market is a Philadelphia institution with an international flavor. Market merchants offer food from all over the world—Mexican, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and many more. In June, world music complemented the many ethnic cuisines available every day. Traditionally, performances at the Reading Terminal Market take place between noon […]

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By Serlin Quah, ZERO1 In our brave new digital world, nothing goes unseen, but what happens in the dark? DARKNETbeta challenges the audience to walk the line between public and private self, examining security and anonymity in the digital age. Using audience cell phones and techniques currently employed by retailers to track consumers, we will […]

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By Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council of Miami The offices of Zyscovich Architects looks out on the sun flecked waters of Biscayne Bay. In the foreground is renewed Bayfront park and across the bay South Beach. Views of cultural venues like Museum Park and the Adrienne Arsht Center showcase the arts that are helping […]

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By Roger Riddle, Macon-based writer For 15 years, summer in Macon has been synonymous with Bragg Jam, a music festival that uses multiple stages and venues to celebrate the lives of two local musicians, Brax and Tate Bragg. A tragic car accident in 1999 took the lives of the Bragg brothers and left a hole […]

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By Leilani Lynch, Locust Projects In June and July, 25 South Florida high school students come together to create a collaborative exhibition at Locust Projects’ gallery in Miami’s Design District. Now in its 5th year, the Locust Art Builders program began in 2010 with major support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. […]

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By Jane Ramseyer Miller, One Voice Mixed Chorus Start with the arts, particularly music. Music is one of our first experiences in the womb.  And it’s one of the last memories we retain as we age.  It is an equalizer and universally accessible, even if only to help keep the beat. Add a fun weekend […]

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By Katti Gray, New York-based journalist When a staging of Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” opens tonight in Philadelphia, city native Brian Anthony Wilson, a black actor perhaps best known for being Detective Vernon Holley in the award-winning “The Wire” television series, will take the stage as king. “I’m here because I am an actor,” Wilson said. […]

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One Voice OUT in Schools!

Published on July 30, 2014 by in St. Paul

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By Jane Ramseyer Miller, One Voice Mixed Chorus One of the most important impacts of One Voice’s Out In Our Schools program this year was giving youth a chance to interact, rehearse, sing and perform with LGBT and allied adults. Music is a powerful tool to dispel stereotypes and erase fears and phobias and we […]

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By Dayna Martinez, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts To close out the Summer Dance series for this year, on Thursday, July 24th we welcomed back to the Summer Dance stage Jerry O’Hagan and His Orchestra, who played everyone’s ballroom dance favorites, including waltz, foxtrot, swing, tango and cha-cha. We had beautiful weather for our […]

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