Tag Archives: live music

Are you ready for Main Street Festival 2022? Here are all the details

photo of Donna Vissman The Williamson County, TN Heritage Foundation reveals plans for the highly anticipated 38th Annual Main Street Festival in Downtown Franklin, sponsored by First Horizon, taking place April 23-24 from 10 a.m. at 7 p.m. on Saturday April 23 and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on …

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A breathtaking sculpture of Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin by the Gao brothers stands in downtown San Antonio

A giant steel sculpture that has turned heads everywhere it has appeared is set to debut in San Antonio next week. Titled “Miss Mao trying to stand on top of Lenin’s head”, the sculpture depicts a tiny Mao Zedong balancing on a giant head of Vladimir Lenin. Developer James Lifshutz …

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Tours of the Solar System Sculpture Trail in Northern Ireland and Cambridge

A model of the solar system designed by artist and children’s author Oliver Jeffers is on display in Derry-Londonderry, Belfast and Cambridge as part of Unboxed: Creativity in the UK, a collaboration between art, science and technology. Our Place in Space includes a 10km three-dimensional sculpture trail, an interactive AR …

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FireWorks Pub & Pizza closes after 20 years, holding final event February 5-6 – The Daily Barometer

FireWorks Pub & Pizza, aka Intaba’s Kitchen, will hold its final farewell shindig on February 5-6 before permanently saying goodbye to Corvallis, Oregon and its vibrant restaurant, performance and arts scene. The event celebrates the end of a 20-year run for the restaurant, located at 1115 SE Third St. The …

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Weekly Deals & More: Winter Cocktails, Match Day Accommodation, To-Go Lunches, Free Slim Delivery, and more

We have so much love for our farmers for continuing to provide fresh food and for the community for choosing to support the local! To verify our last article on longtime locals, Villines Farms! Penguin Ed’s Give a barbecue as a gift! Throughout the month of December, when you purchase …

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BITS & BYTES: Small Business Saturdays in downtown Pittsfield; Clark Art free entry; Stockbridge Holly Fair; Becket Arts Center Holiday Decorating Class

Image courtesy of downtown Pittsfield PITTSFIELD – This year’s Small Business Saturday in downtown Pittsfield (Saturday November 27) Includes Live Music, Designer Market & Scavenger Hunt, Surprise Santa Tour, MountainOne Free Thankful 5K, NUarts Studios & Gallery’s Shop Local Event, Center-Wide Specials city, and more. New this year, download the …

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Denver activist aims to spark black cultural renaissance

DENVER (AP) – Longtime Denver artist, musician and activist Jeff Campbell wants to spark a black cultural renaissance in his old neighborhood: Five Points. Is it still possible? Take a walk down Welton Street. The neighborhood was once the heart of “Black Denver” and historically nicknamed “the Harlem of the …

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The Aldrich hosts a magical farm-to-table dinner in the Sculpture Garden with music, light fireplaces, fine wine and incredible artwork

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum hosted a magical outdoor event on Friday evening. Entitled “Aldrich Artists at the Table”, this is an annual event not to be missed. This year’s dinner highlighted the work of artist Lucia Hierro whose exhibition Marginal costs is currently visible at the Museum. Guests arriving …

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Wilmore hosts 23rd annual arts and crafts fair

WILMORE, Ky. (WKYT) – The 23rd annual arts and crafts fair was held in Wilmore on Saturday. He showcased local artwork for people to buy and enjoy after the pandemic called off the fair last year. The festival took over East Main Street in the downtown business district. “The crowds …

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Weekend Around town: Sep 25-26

(WTXL) – ABC 27 has you covered with all things around town in South Georgia and the Big Bend! Saturday: ASIA FEST EXPERIENCEIt’s the biggest Asian festival in the North Festival and it’s back and better than ever after taking a year off due to the pandemic. On Saturdays, discover …

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Sunflower Festival to debut at Armada – The Voice

Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill is celebrating all things sunflowers in September with its very first Sunflower Festival. “Blake’s decided to host the Sunflower Festival to showcase the diversity of our farm,” said Kaley Pittsley, Director of Customer Experience at Blake. “We are known for the variety of fruits and …

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Fall festivals in the Champaign-Urbana region

Summer we love you, but the fall festivals in Champaign-Urbana are awesome in their own way, filled with pumpkins Some fall festivals are a short drive from Champaign-Urbana and all offer something a little different for families The weather might be (a little) cooler, but the fall festivals in central …

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Brio Art House: Voices of local artisans, artisans

Located at Ramada Plaza Lucknow, Brio Art Cafe is the brainchild of Ankita Jaiswal who believes that Indians are obsessed with world art and culture but are unfamiliar with their own art and crafts. It was conceptualized as a café around organic artistic expressions in various media to bring together …

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Calendar of Events: July 7-13 | Local News

The registration deadline for courses begins on July 14. Catholic Charities runs a balance class from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. every Wednesday until September 1. Online courses aim to help older people regain their balance in order to reduce the risk of falls. 6th Annual Squeals Showdown BBQ Competition …

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Lampasas Spring Ho is July 5-11

William Clark Green headlines the Spring Ho concert in the plaza on Saturday July 10th. Tickets are $ 30 at the door, cash only. Courtesy photo the Spring Festival Ho de Lampasas returns Monday through Sunday, July 5-11, with lots of fun and live music to celebrate the “healing” sulfur …

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What’s up with 19 big events this year

Major festivals, which were all but wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic last year, have started returning to the Greater Cincinnati area for this spring and summer. Here’s a look at what’s happening on the big events scene this year: Villain Arts Tattoo Convention How often can you get one …

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Thinking about mothers and mother’s day

It’s Mother’s Day, and families across the country are driving home to visit their mothers, who have likely spent days preparing for the flood of welcoming guests. Each of her children had a favorite food, something that no one else can duplicate, and these special foods are the foods Mom …

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