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The Brockton Enterprise
Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.At sundown, Broad Meadow Brook transforms into a magical, slightly haunted fore
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 56 minutes ago
At sundown, Broad Meadow Brook transforms into a magical, slightly haunted forest. Meet our resident spirits, primarily native wildlife, during a gentle guided tour through the woods on trails lit by softly glowing luminaria. (In case of rain,... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Four mayoral candidates offer varied visions for positionincrease their agency,” she said. Conine is also mindful of the mayor’s respon
Yellow Springs News / Posted 22 hours ago
increase their agency,” she said. Conine is also mindful of the mayor’s responsibility for Mayor’s Court, the local alternative to the Xenia Municipal Court. “Mayor’s Court is a historically important part of the village, and many people... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Mike Zito playing Bridge Street Live in CollinsvilleAmerican blues artist Mike Zito and his band return to the Bridge Street Live s
The Middletown Press / Posted 2 days ago
American blues artist Mike Zito and his band return to the Bridge Street Live stage on Friday. Blues diva Gina Sicilia will open the show. Zito will get you to step away from the daily bombardment of news and turn on some blues. For him, that will... Read more
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MLive.com
Columbus Day replaced, but 'racist' Kalamazoo fountain remainsto the International Conference on Discrimination Against Indigenous Population
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
to the International Conference on Discrimination Against Indigenous Populations in the Americas in 1977 by a delegation of native nations as an alternative to celebrating the voyage of Christopher Columbus. Columbus Day became Federal Holiday in... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Restaurant demand fuels Maine, NH fish-table movementgrow larger and cross winds increase. “Today is going to be a rough one.” says
Bangor Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
grow larger and cross winds increase. “Today is going to be a rough one.” says Capt. Tim Rider, a Dover, New Hampshire, native and owner of the Finlander. “The wind is coming from a different direction than the swells, it’s going to bounce us... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Art of the Mexican underground, the world of Bellini, black radical womenNordhoff St., Northridge, csun.edu. “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Wom
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
Nordhoff St., Northridge, csun.edu. “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women. 1965-85,” at the California African American Museum. A group show focuses on work by African American women artists and seeks to expand the conversation about... Read more
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Swissinfo
Bridging linguistic barriers in Switzerlandin Modern Languages at the University of Oxford. “I had an ear, and I had reall
Swissinfo / Posted 9 days ago
in Modern Languages at the University of Oxford. “I had an ear, and I had really good French and German teachers who inspired me,” he says. Besides being fluent in French and German, Cave has a working knowledge of Spanish. He also... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Woman cited for vandalizing controversial Columbus monument at the helm of San Jose City Hall"It was not a high-cost activity." As of late, the Columbus statue has stood a
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
"It was not a high-cost activity." As of late, the Columbus statue has stood at the center of a heated debate in San Jose, inspired by recent discussions in the South surrounding Confederate monuments and their places in modern cities. In August,... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Tiny House wave spreading in the Upstate of South Carolinaof the head and said, 'This is it girl. Go for it.'" Pioneering tiny homes in
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 12 days ago
of the head and said, 'This is it girl. Go for it.'" Pioneering tiny homes in the Upstate Randy Hanson, a South Dakota native whose accent still hasn't escaped after 20 years in South Carolina, has always been hands first: building tree houses... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Arts Around Town: 'The Secret Garden' begins season for Civic Theatreworking away from that. Hopefully there’ll be more of that." Sanders said he h
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 14 days ago
working away from that. Hopefully there’ll be more of that." Sanders said he hopes Civic audiences leave "moved and inspired to spend more time with their family and to discover the goodness in the people around them." He said he chose the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Capturing art on L.A. streets, an opera about Pancho Villa, a painter who fused pop and the indigenousAngeles artist and musician (he is a founding member of the band Dengue Fever)
Los Angeles Times / Posted 14 days ago
Angeles artist and musician (he is a founding member of the band Dengue Fever) recently published a collection of his ruminative watercolor works, which pair text and image and feature humanity in situations that are at once dire and humorous.... Read more
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Variety
Baobab Studio’s Eric Darnell Talks About VR Storytelling Ahead of VIEW Conference KeynoteVR. How that project is progressing? The idea is for “Invasion!” to be created
Variety / Posted 15 days ago
VR. How that project is progressing? The idea is for “Invasion!” to be created into a traditional animated film, but inspired for the first time by a virtual reality experience. As you know, developing feature animation projects can take... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Bahia in art, a Mexican artist's trippy installations, a chronicle of L.A. protestsBrazilian city of Bahia as a source of inspiration. The trippy installations of
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 days ago
Brazilian city of Bahia as a source of inspiration. The trippy installations of an important Mexican artist. And a Latin American modernist reconsidered. Plus, a chronicle of L.A. protest. Here are nine exhibitions and events to check out in the... Read more
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Island Packet
Arnold Palmer's death left a void that hometown is still trying to fillcamp there. That double shot of heartache was served to a place still not full
Island Packet / Posted 23 days ago
camp there. That double shot of heartache was served to a place still not fully free emotionally from the loss of fellow native son Mister Rogers near the turn of this century. Fred Rogers was a year ahead of Palmer at Latrobe High School, and... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Woman cited for vandalizing controversial Columbus monument at the helm of San Jose City Hall"It was not a high-cost activity." As of late, the Columbus statue has stood a
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
"It was not a high-cost activity." As of late, the Columbus statue has stood at the center of a heated debate in San Jose, inspired by recent discussions in the South surrounding Confederate monuments and their places in modern cities. In August,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Things to do in and around Greenwichof the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For additional information, vi
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 27 days ago
of the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For additional information, visit www.ctcsc.org. Glazer is curator of American Art of the Smithsonian’s Freer/Sackler galleries in Washington, D.C. Public Forum and Webinar on Aging Greenwich... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: The paintings of Carolyn Castaño, Chicano murals we've lost, experimental film and musical tributesTime deluge continues — with cinema, performance, Chicano muralism and music. P
Los Angeles Times / Posted 27 days ago
Time deluge continues — with cinema, performance, Chicano muralism and music. Plus: a survey of an important Colombian American artist from L.A., an art show inspired by the life and work of activist women, and the immigration experience on... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around Greenwichof the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For additional information, vi
Greenwich Time / Posted 28 days ago
of the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For additional information, visit www.ctcsc.org. Glazer is curator of American Art of the Smithsonian’s Freer/Sackler galleries in Washington, D.C. Public Forum and Webinar on Aging Greenwich... Read more
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Bay Weekly
50 Ways to Leave Your Summer22, 7-10pm, Calverton School, Huntington: $10. rsvp: www.calvertonschool.org 3
Bay Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
22, 7-10pm, Calverton School, Huntington: $10. rsvp: www.calvertonschool.org 3 Kunta Kinte Festival Celebrate African-American heritage and culture at the 28th annual Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival with music, dance, arts and crafts,... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around Greenwichof the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For additional information, vi
Greenwich Time / Posted 29 days ago
of the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For additional information, visit www.ctcsc.org. Glazer is curator of American Art of the Smithsonian’s Freer/Sackler galleries in Washington, D.C. Public Forum and Webinar on Aging Greenwich... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How Bernie Sanders is cultivating California for 2020percent of all the delegates awarded by that point in the process, he said. Mo
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
percent of all the delegates awarded by that point in the process, he said. Moving it up “surely could propel a California-native candidate into pole position in the 2020 primary,” Mitchell said. Despite having home field advantage, Harris, as... Read more
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The Mercury News
Contra Costa’s world-renowned town crier Redmond O’Connell dies at 66buy you a beer or to host a spur-of-the-moment party. Or he would come to your
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
buy you a beer or to host a spur-of-the-moment party. Or he would come to your party, quite likely in a George Washington-inspired ensemble complete with elaborate jacket, vest, knickers, buckled shoes and three-cornered hat, unfurl his scroll and... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around Greenwichby presenter Germaine Miller-Summers. Register with SCORE at www.fairfieldcount
Greenwich Time / Posted 30 days ago
by presenter Germaine Miller-Summers. Register with SCORE at www.fairfieldcountyscore.org. The Women’s Business Development Council Lunchtime Workshop will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 26 at the library with executive director Fran Pastore.... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around Greenwichby presenter Germaine Miller-Summers. Register with SCORE at www.fairfieldcount
Greenwich Time / Posted a month ago
by presenter Germaine Miller-Summers. Register with SCORE at www.fairfieldcountyscore.org. The Women’s Business Development Council Lunchtime Workshop will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 26 at the library with executive director Fran Pastore.... Read more
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New York Post
Two London subway attack suspects are refugeesThe two suspects in the London subway attack that injured 30 people are a refug
New York Post / Posted a month ago
The two suspects in the London subway attack that injured 30 people are a refugee from Iraq and a native of Syria — both of whom were fostered by a couple once honored by Queen Elizabeth for their charitable work. Local media named one of the men as... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
New Orleans mayor: There’s a difference between remembrance of history, reverence of ithere together every step of the way – for both good and for ill. It is a histo
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
here together every step of the way – for both good and for ill. It is a history that holds in its heart the stories of Native Americans — the Choctaw, Houma Nation, the Chitimacha. Of Hernando de Soto, Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Pacific Standard Time in full swing, with video, photography, sculpture and pre-Columbian artisanryiceberg come December. “Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Cari
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
iceberg come December. “Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago,” at the Museum of Latin American Art. Curated by Caribbean art scholar Tatiana Flores, this major survey of 21st century Caribbean art gathers a wide... Read more

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