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The Georgia Municipal Association is a nonprofit conglomerate that was created to go to bat for cities in Georgia. As of this date, 521 townships are members of the Georgia Municipal Association, which provides a plethora of services to help its members make their cities prosper. The Georgia Municipal Association, also referred to as GMA, […]

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Innovative theater begins with Shira Abergel. Her traveling theater wagon concept won a Knight Arts Challenge grant and, despite the pot holes and glitches along the way, she’s ready to get hers built. This Thursday, April 23rd at the Miami Theater Center, the spirit of Baba Yaga (a supernatural being from Slavic folklore) emerges during […]

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Poet meets Everglades

Published on April 20, 2015 by in Miami

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By Nancy Krim, AIRIE Boundaries between earthwatersky melt here, blur. You are 4000 years in the past, 200 years in the future; you are DNA, corpuscles, marl, periphyton. You are limestone pockets, banyan root, propagule, gallinule, ghost orchid, ancient mahogany hidden in hammock. Dry and wet cycles let the same parts of the earth switch […]

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It’s been a historical year for the Akron Symphony Orchestra, which has lately themed its concerts around important, stirring and poignant events in American life and culture. Last September, ASO performed “O’er the Land of the Free” in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the writing of the national anthem. The title for the concert […]

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The door is (officially) wide open St. Paul: Starting today, you can send in your best ideas for the arts for a chance at funding through the Knight Arts Challenge. The deadline is May 18th, the application available here at KnightArts.org, and there are just three rules to follow: The idea must be about art. […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Once in a while a sumptuous French banquet comes our way to reminds us that it’s good to be alive and to savor the earth’s bounty by virtue of the uniqueness of that splendid cuisine. Excellence is what distinguished the New World Symphony’s April 12 French concert under […]

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By Brad Nathanson, Tosco Music Parties, Inc. Tosco Music Parties is a Charlotte, NC nonprofit organization that hosts family-friendly musical variety concerts to help raise money for youth music scholarships. This video is a compilation of some of the highlights from our April 11, 2015 concert, which included performances by a dozen music acts including […]

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A Zine scene shining bright

Published on April 18, 2015 by in KAC Miami, Miami

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The iconic Bacardi building complex on Biscayne Boulevard has always been a beacon, with its distinctive architecture and the stained-glass horizontal tower lighting up the neighborhood even during its bleakest days, promising better things to come. But when the YoungArts Foundation (which has received multiple grants from the Knight Foundation) decided to transform the spaces […]

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By Levi Weinhagen, St. Paul arts blogger The Winding Sheet Outfit is a group of theater artists focused on creating small experiences with seemingly random objects in ways that marry the silly and the sinister. Their project, “The Theatre of the Tiny Clandestines,” was awarded a 2014 Knight Arts Challenge St. Paul grant and now […]

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By Michael Stone-Richards, Founding Editor Detroit Research I moved to Detroit after living for a number of years in Brooklyn Heights, New York. I came to teach critical theory and visual studies in the department of Liberal Arts at the College for Creative Studies, but one of the attractions for moving here rather than to […]

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