Arts & Culture

Bali in March, Egypt in November: 12 Months of Travel Deals

In Las Vegas, hotel room rates seem to shift like rolling dice. Sometimes you win and get a $199 rate in March at the Bellagio resort, and sometimes —including over St. Patrick’s Day weekend (this year from March 15 to 17) — you’ll pay $429. Traffic in Las Vegas spikes over holidays like Chinese New Year, and events like the N.C.A.A. March ...

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Arts & culture 2019 itinerary in full swing

So much has been going on in the arts since I last wrote. I took the winter off, but it’s great to start again on such a busy week. Cultural organizations hit the ground running in 2019. One of last month’s highlights was the El Paso Opera’s production of Mozart’s “Magic Flute” at the beautiful Masonic Temple. It was a perfect ...

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Iloilo is in love with arts & culture

An imposing building on J. M. Basa corner Ortiz streets of Iloilo City tells of a century-old story. The patina of the wooden structure of the building’s second floor is heightened by time. Its Spanish colonial architecture tells of progress and growth, of days of plenty, of genteel charm. From a distance, its grandeur attracts one to eavesdrop on what ...

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Arts$WChallenge Raises $526,158 in Private Support for Arts & Culture

Westchester County Executive George Latimer and the Westchester County Board of Legislators today joined with ArtsWestchester, to announce 45 Westchester arts organizations who are the recipients of matching funds from the Art$WChallenge grant program. This matching grant program, made possible with $200,000 of Westchester County support, provides much-needed funding for arts and culture in Westchester County. In total, the 45 arts organizations ...

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This week’s 5 best bets for arts & culture in Las Vegas

‘Come From Away’ In the days after 9/11, a small town in Newfoundland opened its hearts and homes to nearly 7,000 stranded travelers. The true stories of friendship inspired the Broadway musical “Come From Away,” which opens an eight-performance run Tuesday at The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Feb. 24 with 2 p.m. matinees Feb. ...

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City Market Arts showcases local vendors

More than 35 vendors from Charlottesville showcased their locally-made products at Carver Recreation Center during the City Market Arts Show on Saturday. The showcase featured a variety of jewelry, paintings, pottery, and more all made in town. Justin McKenzie, manager of City Market Arts, said the market gives local business owners a chance to showcase their products. “We’re here to ...

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Luis Gomez- Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Promotes Local Art & Artists

You can stay up to speed on Cleveland’s art & culture scene by keeping up with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture! Here are the questions Hollie and Joe asked Luis: What is Cuyahoga Arts & Culture?| How many organizations does Cuyahoga Arts & Culture support? Tell us about this resource you have: ClevelandArtsEvents.com There are some events for Martin Luther King ...

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Guest View: The arts and culture year ahead

Recently, I was reading a Year in Review article from one of the online arts newsletters I receive and was astounded by some of the entries ranging from new found antiquities to robotically created art work. Here’s a sampling of the articles: second sphinx discovered in Egypt; amateur art restorer in Spain botches the restoration of a centuries old religious ...

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Art as change agent

Patrick Fisher, the new Erie Arts & Culture executive director, describes his vision for the future of the organization, including a new initiative that seeks to heal some of Erie’s deepest social ills through the arts. Patrick Fisher, 33, a Penn State Behrend graduate, was named the executive director of Erie Arts & Culture in September. Erie Arts & Culture ...

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Vanessa Hudgens brought back a look from the 90’s. Look what it is!

If there’s one thing that characterizes Vanessa Hudgens’s style , it’s that she never gets bored. This actress enjoys playing with her clothes and hairstyles, and this time we were pleasantly surprised with a look brought from the 90’s. Teen Vogue reported that the former musical High School  star attended the tribute for the 60 years of Michael Jackson in Las Vegas, last Wednesday, wearing on the red ...

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