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There is unquestionable hipster cache in early-stage fandom, scene-topping achieved through claims on a band before they were huge. While there may be some satisfaction to be had in the mode of early adopter, there is something amazing about seeing a band that has come into its own, and been there long enough to get […]

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It’s a woman’s world. That will be the case for Neo Dance Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, when it brings its program “Symbiosis II” to the Paul Daum Theatre located on The University of Akron campus on May 16-17. The evening’s performance will be exclusively the work of two female choreographers. “Symbiosis II” is the […]

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Get ready to “party like its 1999” at the McColl Center for Visual Art this Saturday, May 3rd from 7-10 p.m. as the McColl Center throws its annual Studio Party. The McColl Center’s gala is unlike any other in town, featuring one of the region’s largest contemporary art sales that benefits the McColl Center, as […]

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Travelers to and from Philadelphia by train are about to come face to face with an entirely new experience courtesy of the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, a Knight Arts grantee. Starting just this week, seven huge stretches of Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor are being transformed into a bright installation by Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse. […]

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It’s all in the family, at least for the grandfather, father and son exhibit of art mounted by the Akron Society of Artists on the third floor of Summit Artspace, a Knight Arts grantee. “The Nevin Family: Three Generations of Art” reveals the tradition of visual art by Karl Nevin (oil paintings), son Michael (acrylic […]

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Music @ the Market

Published on April 30, 2014 by in Philadelphia

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By Reading Terminal Market Six horn players walk through the crowded aisles of the Reading Terminal Market, making music. Two drummers await them in the Market’s Center Court. Led by one of Philadelphia’s icons of jazz, music director/tenor saxophonist Sam Reed, they play a tight, intense version of Sonny Rollins’ iconic Tenor Madness for a […]

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By Davis Rivera, Philadelphia Film Festival Andrew Gitomer’s Past Present Future is a feature-length film about two close friends who had had an on-again, off-again relationship since high school, and meet up for the first time after three years apart. The film is structured so that the audience is able to see the course of […]

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This is the wrap-up weekend for two local orchestras, with the New World Symphony and the Miami Symphony Orchestra ending their seasons in big fashion. The New World offers another in its cycle of symphonies by Gustav Mahler as conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas. This time it’s the Seventh, usually considered the least commercial of […]

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If you happen to admire architecture, gardens and interior design, the Hay House Spring Stroll of Macon Houses and Gardens will enlighten your creativity for commercial and residential purposes. Starting Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 4, there will be a tour of Macon’s exclusive gardens in the Ingleside and Vista Circle stretch. Friday and Saturday, […]

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Exile Books wins FEAST Miami grant

Published on April 30, 2014 by in Miami, Poetry

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Amanda Keeley. Photo by Jorge Graupera.

In 2013, FEAST Miami, co-founded by Chef Loren Pulitzer and producer/curator Susan Caraballo, won a Knight Arts Challenge grant to support artistic and cultural initiatives through direct grants to artists and arts organizations. The grants are awarded during vegan pop-up dinners at art venues, and the diners who attend the dinners will vote for one […]

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