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By Bonnie Marshall, American Composers Forum Over pints of beer and baskets of French fries, lovers and listeners of music gather at the Amsterdam Bar and Hall in downtown St. Paul to hear directly from people who write music. Celebrated composers, such as Pulitzer Prize-winning John Harbison, are there to talk about their creative process […]

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Detroit SOUP hosted a Citywide SOUP on Sunday, March 2nd, featuring all youth projects, selected by the Youth SOUP board to compete for the SOUP pot. Even up against the final throes of a never-ending winter—Detroit’s harshest in 50 years—and the Oscars, SOUP got a great turnout, with communities showing up to support their youth […]

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Nose in a phone, mind drifting toward the next destination or an encroaching deadline – we are so often caught up in our own narratives and schedules that we scarcely take the time to be present now or observant of our surroundings. Add to this the fact that the music often playing in stores, lobbies […]

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Made in Miami with immigrant eyes

Published on March 4, 2014 by in Miami

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Cities have always been associated with civilization. The creation of shared space necessitated laws, and moral codes, so that large groups of people could get along together, unlike the ancient world of their nomadic cousins. But starting in the late 19th century, the idea of the metropolis took on new meaning, as both a hyper-modern […]

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Dance eXchange

Published on March 3, 2014 by in Philadelphia

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By Megan O’Donnell, BalletX It was 8:15am this past Monday morning, and I was in a school gymnasium (for the first time in a long time), waiting for the entire 3rd grade of Andrew Jackson School to walk through the doors. This past week marked the beginning of BalletX’s new program with Jackson School, Dance […]

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By Nicholas Mirra, Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia The Philadelphia Flower Show has opened and will remain open until Sunday. That means this is your first chance to see the winning designs from the bicycle rack contest we ran last year! Seven of the ten winning racks are featured in the display, which can be seen […]

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“A Downton Double”

Published on March 3, 2014 by in Charlotte

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As the fourth season of Downton Abbey comes to a close, fans can hang on just a little longer to the feeling, atmosphere and style of this turn-of-the-century period drama with the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s Music and Museum series featuring music from the Downton Abbey era. Two performances on March 4th at 12 […]

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The 11th Hour is an entertainment magazine that writes about and documents Macon’s culture and lifestyle. Each year, they host the Readers Choice Awards at the Cox Capitol Theatre, where they allow the readers to spotlight Macon’s most prominent businesses and people that range from down-home to corporate. Now, the nominees are not limited to […]

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Last Friday I commandeered the comfy offices of FUNDarte. Elizabeth Doud, FUNDarte’s Artistic & Development Consultant, escorted me to a cushioned rocking chair on the balcony. From my perch I could see the teeniest sliver of ocean in the distance, or maybe it was just the sky. Whatever it was, I also got a peek […]

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Detroit Knight Arts Challenge Winners from Knight Foundation By Erica Perdue In just one week, Detroiters will again have the chance to apply for funding for their arts idea through the Knight Arts Challenge. The contest will open March 10 and run through April 7. Once again, there are just three rules: The idea must […]

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