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Final weekend for dark comedy “Love Drunk” at None Too Fragile Theater

Akron, Theater // March 14, 2014

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Romulus Linney’s “Love Drunk,” the May-December seeming romance/dark comedy/psychological teaser that’s on through this weekend at None Too Fragile Theater, is confusing – and deliberately so. The two characters, 25-year old Karen (played by Rachel Roberts) and the 65-year old Wilbur (played by Jim Viront), tell so many fanciful stories that you can’t tell whether […]

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‘Deep City,’ the story of Miami’s Motown

Miami // March 13, 2014

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By Fernando González Miami arts & culture journalist Well before Miami Sound became a brand name, there was a Miami sound. It came together in the mid ’60s and it was soul and funk as only Miami could make it. It was raw and gritty. It was built on the sanctified grooves of church and […]

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Open house at the McColl Center

Charlotte // March 13, 2014

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The McColl Center for Visual Art’s winter session is coming to a close, which means that current Artists-in-Residence (Alix Lambert, Elizabeth Lasure, Crystal Am Nelson, Ivan Toth Depeňa and Jason Watson, as well as Affiliate Artist Linda Luise Brown) will wrap up their time at the McColl Center on March 25. To celebrate their residencies […]

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“The History House” by Niurca Márquez

Dance, Miami // March 13, 2014

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History, whatever we may think of it, is always a fragile and fractured amalgamation of facts and fictions that we construct in an attempt to explain where we come from and where we will go. Dancer and choreographer Niurca Márquez takes on history

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Skate-of-the-art vibes at Space 1026

Philadelphia // March 13, 2014

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Chunky bubble letters reading “ginuwine” — in quoation marks — offer the best overall synopsis of the “Art ‘N’ Skate Zone” at Space 1026. The paint looks lifted straight from a box car or a rusty bridge abutment, and the curved surface it’s on might make a great ramp if it weren’t hugging the wall […]

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Little LAB March 22: Cupcakes and Crafts

Miami // March 12, 2014

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Locust Projects is pleased to invite young artists, aged 6-13, to participate in Little LAB event on Saturday, March 22nd from 11am-1pm, where they can create a project among our current exhibition at the gallery. Please RSVP: info@locustprojects.org or 305-576-8570

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Cherry Blossom Festival and Knight Arts feature William Murphy’s unplugged gospel show

Macon, Music // March 12, 2014

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With Macon being a part of the Bible Belt, gospel music is a huge phenomenon in the community. Therefore, with a church on almost every corner, it makes sense to embrace the spiritual music of all denominations. This year marks 32 years of the Cherry Blossom Festival, a Knight Arts grantee. The programming has become […]

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A tribute to Farinelli, and a great American pianist

Miami // March 12, 2014

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There once was a time when the best-paid, most famous singers in Europe were men who had been surgically altered before puberty to retain their youthful voices. These were the castrati, and their heyday was in the 18th century, when the biggest opera composers of the day, particularly George Frideric Handel and Johann Adolf Hasse, […]

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Ballet Excel Ohio to bring classical ballet and modern dance to Akron Civic Theatre

Akron, Dance // March 12, 2014

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Ballet Excel Ohio (formerly Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet and a Knight Arts grantee) has been in the dance business for 30-plus years, and in that time has commissioned some top works for young dancers. Thinking pointedly about her audience and the value of beautiful dance, artistic director Mia Klinger always carefully chooses either the storyline […]

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Sundance: at the intersection of art, tech and community

Miami, Philadelphia // March 12, 2014

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Sundance Institute Feature Film Program via YouTube By Alexandra Codina Recently, the Sundance Institute brought its New Frontier Flash Lab to South Florida to explore ways to cultivate stories at the convergence of art and technology. I knew that Sundance coming to town would be good for Miami, but ultimately I didn’t know what to […]

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