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This past weekend was a whirlwind of activity for MOCAD’s Mobile Homestead, with a 1-2-3 punch of activities to supplement the opening of a new round of exhibits at the museum. Friday, February 6th saw the continuation of the Radical Scavengers: Quilting Bee Project, which will feature events and open working hours from Friday to […]

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If you’re willing to seek out unlikely venues, you could probably see live stand-up comedy in St. Paul seven days a week. I’m certain I don’t know about every show happening, but as a St. Paul native and lifelong lover of comedy, I’ve put together a number of places where you can see stand-up, from […]

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World-acclaimed tenor Lawrence Brownlee makes for a great story. He’s a local area man who has taken the musical and operatic world by storm. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Brownlee sang pop tunes in such places as the Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio before he went on to take his place on international stages […]

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By Rhett Del Campo, managing director of Seraphic Fire, a 2013 winner of Knight Arts Challenge South Florida Knight Foundation has invested $100 million in South Florida the last seven years. The cost of all cultural facilities South Florida has built in the last 10 years totals almost $1 billion. It’s hard to imagine any […]

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Mardi Gras live in downtown Macon

Published on February 10, 2015 by in Dance, Macon, Music, Theater

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Quite often, when we think of Mardi Gras celebrations, New Orleans instantly comes to mind. Nevertheless, the first Mardi Gras bash in this country was held in Mobile, Alabama. Today, many cities organize their own custom Mardi Gras sprees. Experiences while taking part in Mardi Gras festivities include catching beads thrown at you from parade […]

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Another week stuffed with art

Published on February 10, 2015 by in Miami

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We can fairly call this mid-February period a mini Art Week – and really not so mini. Art Wynwood returns to Midtown, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival dominates further south, and Second Saturdays are in full swing in Wynwood – and they all are taking place over the President’s Day holiday and Valentine’s Day. In […]

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By far the most metal place in town this month is the Philadelphia Sculpture Gym, but not because of blast beats and chugging guitars. This Knight Arts grantee is showcasing its third process show of talented metal artists whose works are nearly as substantial as the imaginations behind them. Eroding, balancing and shielding their way through […]

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By Leslie Graham, Macon Arts Alliance Amplify, a program of the Macon Arts Alliance, is connecting a network of creative entrepreneurs and professionals in the middle Georgia area. Creatives can join this network through two levels of membership, a basic creative membership and a “level 2” membership. Casie Trace, a Macon illustrator and Amplify member, […]

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Four new works will premiere at Charlotte Ballet’s ever popular and exciting “Innovative Works” production. Choreographers David Ingram, Mark Diamond, Sasha Janes and Dwight Rhoden have all created new ballets for this season’s show. Only two weekends remain to experience them. This year’s production presents the works in a new way, with video introductions from […]

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“Jacqueries”. Photo by Neil de la Flor.

Four Cervezas de los Muertos, an order of guacamole and chips, a beef quesadilla and 80 bucks later, my friend and I headed over to The Carlton Hotel for “Jacqueries.” Produced and presented by Knight Arts grantees FilmGate and Grass Stains, “Jacqueries” was “a political heist story told through movement — an inside-out experience of conspiracy, […]

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