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Sight of Sound has teamed up with Steps on Ingleside to present the 8UP Dance Competition invitational. Recently, dance-off challenges have become very popular around the nation. The culture is definitely climaxing in Middle Georgia. There are many individuals and dance teams in town who challenge each other on a regular basis. These hoofers also expand their reputations by […]

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There was a time when Georgia was booming with the sounds of Miami bass music. Many rappers were influenced by Uncle Luke, also known as Luther Campbell. One of those lyrical geniuses was Raheem the Dream. His rap style was smooth, and he didn’t rush his flow. In a lot of his music, Raheem talks about […]

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Apollo’s Fire, a Knight Arts grantee, is well known for both its classical, and its funky, programming, giving the adjective “hip” to what most people might think of as stodgy, old, classical music. This becomes apparent in this current season and an upcoming program. It would be enough for most orchestras that this is Johann […]

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Two things will come together over the next couple months in the debut of a new concert series in Miami: art song and contemporary American music. Make that three things: also, cats. The companion animals whose video antics occupy a sizable chunk of the Internet also will be celebrated in the series, which wraps with […]

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There have been many bands born out of Athens, Georgia. But few can be compared to of Montreal. Since 1997, this recording group has produced 12 albums, in addition to many other remixes of individual songs. Of Montreal is described as a rock band, but they also cross over into genres like experimental, funk and pop, […]

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Pianist Jonathan Biss is no stranger to the greater Akron area. He appeared several years ago (a feat for someone so young) for the Cleveland Orchestra, and has appeared a few times for Tuesday Musical Association, as recently as 2010. Biss is returning as the guest of Tuesday Musical, a Knight Arts grantee, on Tuesday, […]

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Each year, the Tubman Museum holds an event called All That Jazz to raise money for its education and outreach programs. This year marks the 19th annual All That Jazz fundraiser, and the headlining artist is Stephanie Mills, a Grammy Award-winning recording artist and actress. Many people have grooved to hits like, “Never Knew Love […]

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Not long ago I caught an interview of National Public Radio. The guest was well-known comedian, writer, producer, actor and TV personality Louis CK. He talked at length about the benefit of open mic venues where he could try new materials – to see how it all sounded in his voice, so to speak, and […]

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Laughter can serve as a form of medicine, and B&B ENT has prescribed the #LMAO Comedy Tour for Macon residents. This production will turn out an array of comedians, such as our very own Keith “Hollywood” Woods, BET’s Comicview Pooh Carter and Comedian Tiny, along with Atlanta’s Marti P. Some of these jokesters have also […]

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Kwanzaa is often thought of as an African American holiday that takes the place of Christmas. This cultural celebration was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga to help blacks in the United States embrace the lifestyle of their ancestors. Dr. Karenga introduced this concept in 1966 during a time coined as the Black Freedom Movement. This […]

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