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Art in the Park Festival this weekend in N. Conway | Local News

CONWAY – The 49th edition of Art in the Park will be held this weekend at Schouler Park in central North Conway. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The show is hosted by the Mount Washington Valley Arts Association. …

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Jerry Garcia’s digital artwork arrives at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Jerry Garcia might not be an artist ahead of his time. But what the Grateful Dead frontman accomplished later in life may surprise you. One of Garcia’s passions is fully exposed in “An Odd Little Place: The Digital Works of Jerry Garcia (1992-1995)”. The exhibition at the …

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This year’s Fringe North virtual festival features over 40 artists

The 2021 virtual edition of the Fringe North Festival kicks off with a preview on August 18 and features more than 40 local, national and international artists. A press release issued by Fringe North says tickets will go on sale shortly for a variety of events, workshops and artist talks …

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West End Producer David Pugh: “My guiding principle has always been, will mom like this? | Theater

RReports of the death of the stereotypical West End producer have been exaggerated. I’m in Bath, sitting in the sun with impresario David Pugh, who smokes cigarettes, drinks vodka and coke, and whispers prying showbiz gossip in my shell. What a time for lunch! With his pledges of allegiance to …

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How to spend the summer: five things Jennifer Hamra is looking forward to in Detroit

WDET“How to Spend the Summer” is a one-season series that offers insider tips and tips from social media and listeners on how to maximize the season. With the season almost halfway (time flies!), Good Life Detroit’s Jennifer Hamra shares five things she’s looking forward to for the rest of the …

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The Bayou City Arts Festival returns with an in-person fall event, the very first VIP ticket experience

Houston’s iconic art event, the Bayou City Art Festival, is reinvented this year into a thrilling virtual experience. Photo: Katya Horner The Bayou City Arts Festival returns to programming live and in person this fall, and in a big way. The Art Colony Association, Inc., which produces the event, announced …

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It’s only houseplants in Lansing Neva Lee’s new store

A new store in downtown Lansing wants to help residents add some green to their homes and offices. Plant lover Faun Donald and boyfriend Luke Trusnovec opened the doors to Neva Lee earlier this month. Located at 123 E. Kalamazoo St., the store sells almost exclusively houseplants and their necessary …

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Ex-Twitter CEO goes to war with neighbor Dorothea Rockburne over $ 2 million lawsuit against him

Former Twitter CEO Richard “Dick” Costolo and his wife, Lorin, have spoken out in an ongoing lawsuit launched by artist Dorothea Rockburne after alleged flooding caused by a leak in the couple’s apartment in SoHo in January damaged more than 150 of its artwork stored in its loft just below. …

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London basement extensions as normal as loft conversions, study finds | London

With their underground pools, cinemas and art galleries, London’s luxurious basements have long aroused envy and loathing as the custodians of the hidden wealth of the super-rich. But a study that mapped all 7,328 basements approved by 32 boroughs and the City of London between 2008 and 2019 found that …

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