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While many remain distracted by the hope that Lord Dampnut will “die in jail” others need to see how the possibility that GOP immigration enforcement is really a PIC profit center. This is the infrastructure of the promises made to CBP and ICE as well as the “travel ban” show the direction for the next four years that will subjugate entire communities and promote the GOP agenda. The memes do write themselves for Lord…
02.23 / 02:15
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Bastienne Schmidt doesn’t consider herself a curator – she never went to curatorial school and her great passion is creating her own art. The post Curating A Sense of Place at Southampton Arts Center appeared first on The Sag Harbor Exp…
02.23 / 01:21
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LongHouse Reserve celebrated the start of their 26th season with a Winter Benefit honoring husband and wife architectural team Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. The post LongHouse Reserve Honors Obama Presidential Designer Duo appeared first on The Sag Harbor…
02.23 / 01:21
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Kahilu Theatre will present Grammy-Award winning world music artist Dobet Gnahoré on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 7 …
02.23 / 01:04
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Perhaps the entire show exists in the dark confines of the Macbeth’s minds or in the hallways of cold castles. Read m…
02.23 / 00:25
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Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear the full interview. Joseph Feingold was walking through a German flea market with his brother in 1947 when he first laid eyes on it: A sleek, shiny violin. Then just 23-years-old, he knew he had to own it. “We got the violin for a carton of cigarettes,” he says. “I walked the streets and I played the violin. It reminded me of my young years before the war.” Joe is a Holocaust survivor who spent World War II in a Nazi concentration camp. Though the …
02.23 / 00:24
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“This is not normal.” Throughout the shocking aftermath of Donald Trump’s election, sketch shows like “Saturday Night Live” and numerous…
02.23 / 00:19
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During the first episode of the Netflix original show “Santa Clarita Diet,” viewers have the pleasure of witnessing actress Dre…
02.23 / 00:19
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“This Is Us” stylistically breaks TV tradition by combining fast-paced dialogue with tear-jerking plot twists while challenging the concept of…
02.23 / 00:19
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The poster of the new thriller film “Split” features a stern-looking James McAvoy and the tagline “Kevin has 23 disti…
02.23 / 00:19
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway struggled to respond to questions regarding Michael Flynn's abrupt resignation Monday night as national security adviser, brushing aside reports that the White House had been warned of Flynn's suspicious talks with Russia weeks ago. In an interview on the Today show Tuesday, Conway claimed that the primary factor behind Flynn's departure was that he misled administration officials about the nature of his December communications with the Russian…
02.23 / 00:09
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Changes in the $4.1 million renovation include an expanded stage, new lighting, seating and…
02.23 / 00:05
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Shop Owners In Austin Worry Proliferation of Churches Is Making It Harder To Do Business Lawrence LeBlanc has been doing business in Austin for more than a decade. The furniture store owner operates on North Avenue, a high-traffic commercial corridor. LeBlanc’s business sits several hundred feet from a bus stop. One neighbor is a corner […
02.23 / 00:03
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In this episode of Black Love, these couples describe the hottest places they've done the deed, and how they keep their relationship…
02.23 / 00:03
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KCSN 88.5 FM/Los Angeles has launched a new radio program aimed at helping to fill the diversity pipeline into…
02.22 / 23:54
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Sameer Rao/NOWArts & CultureTags: Arts & CultureJay ZShawn CarterSongwriters Hall of FameBabyfaceJimmy JamTerry LewisBarry GordyThe Songwriters Hall of Fame's (SHOF) 2017 class features its first-ever rapper inductee: Shawn "Jay Z" Carter. The organization announced the MC and entrepreneur's inclusion in a statement today (February 22) that says his creative and business accomplishments represent the "American Dream." The statement lists many of those successes, including the 15 …
02.22 / 23:52
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Sameer Rao/NOWArts & CultureTags: Arts & CultureNative SonRichard WrightSuzan-Lori ParksRashid JohnsonA pair of Black artists is set to adapt Richard Wright's novel, "Native Son," into a feature film.  Variety reported yesterday (February 21) that production company Bow and Arrow Entertainment acquired the film rights for "Native Son." Wright's 1940 book focuses on Bigger Thomas, a 20-year-old Black man struggling in an impoverished South Side Chicago apartment during the 1930s. T…
02.22 / 23:52
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Sameer Rao/NOWPolice ViolenceArts & CultureTags: police violenceArts & CultureWhose Streets?FergusonFilming from within the Ferguson Uprising presented both emotional and conceptual challenges for the creative team behind the new documentary, "Whose Streets?" Four members of the production team elaborate on those difficulties in an interview published by Remezcla yesterday (February 20). Debut feature film directors Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis, alongside photography director Lucas A…
02.22 / 23:52
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Community College of Allegheny County: Prepare and set up labs for the art program. Support faculty and students in the art…
02.22 / 23:41
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“Forever Plaid” has been a staple of theaters small and large for coming up on 30 years, and its appeal is obvious: The 1989 musical revue bathes audiences in ’50s nostalgia and that era’s concomitant innocence, and its four heroes are…
02.22 / 23:39
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