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Pointers nominated for 2022 Detroit Music Awards

Courtesy picturesRJ Spangler has won eight Detroit Music Awards and is expecting four more this year. The RJ Spangler Band is nominated for Outstanding Blues Recording for “A Tribute to Louis Jordan.” Supporting metro Detroit musicians since 1988 — and rewarding them since 1992 — is just part of the …

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Painting for Patty’s day – Royal Purple

There are thousands of underage students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater who cannot legally participate in alcohol-related Saint Patty’s Day festivities. Although they won’t be able to enjoy a beer at the local pub, what they can appreciate are the many student-oriented events organized to bring this exciting atmosphere to …

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Central Wisconsin Veterans Business Expo comes to Plover | Top stories

PLOVER, Wis. (WAOW) – The first Central Wisconsin Veterans Trade Show was held Saturday in Plover. The Small Business Development Center hosted the exhibition in the Artist and Fare space. The center meets with veteran business owners once a month for veterans to share ideas and network. “A lot of …

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Dolly Parton hosts, performers and more to know

Glitz and country glamour! The Academy of Country Music is heading to Las Vegas for the 2022 ACM Awards — and this year the show is making a big change. For the first time, the awards ceremony will not air on a major network and will stream exclusively on Amazon …

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Local music entrepreneur will host more than 50 vendors in pop-up shop in Albany Capital Center

ALBANY — Kay Hollywood, owner of YRR Clothing Co. and recording artist, is hosting a pop-up shop from 2-7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20 at the Albany Capital Center. “I have a lot of people coming from all over. It’s not just a pop-up shop in Albany,” Hollywood said. “When I …

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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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The Queer Creatives Community Directory Gives Back

For many queer people, giving back to the community is of the utmost importance, especially when it comes to hiring for creative projects and endeavours. However, the sad reality is that most of the creative industries are dominated by cis-hetero people, but that is something that is about to change. …

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The local nonprofit offers courses for people with autism to help them start their own business

TALLAHASSEE – Art and entrepreneurship come together to provide new opportunities for people with autism. “It’s going to help them and me just reduce anxiety and reduce that stress and that socialization will help them be able to recognize what they want to do.” Stress and lack of socialization are …

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Watch the Emirati artist behind the ‘Love’ sculpture in Dubai

Dubai: Millions of people passing through Dubai International Airport will notice a striking red sculpture in Arabic calligraphy titled ‘Love’. Another eye-catcher is a gold-colored sculpture, ‘My Dallah’, made of fiberglass, installed in the arrivals area of ​​Terminal 3. It is an abstract representation of a coffee maker and a …

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Op-Ed: An Allegory on Funding NH Schools

By Representative Marjorie Porter, D-Hillsborough Let me tell you a story of Little Town, a lovely little town right here in New Hampshire that boasted of having several beautiful lakes and ponds within its boundaries. Years ago, the townspeople decided that a place on one of them would be the …

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Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair: Shoreham and Southwick Rotary Club happy to return to fundraising

Five courageous Rotarians handed out flyers around the city center to attract patrons, and Saturday’s Shoreham Center event drew a lot of people. Christine Bohea, one of the organizers, said: “It was really a beautiful day, despite the freezing weather. Proceeds from this event will go to the 1440 Shoreham …

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6 gift ideas not impacted by the supply chain

This year, the excitement around what to get people for the holidays is clouded by a question: will the gifts arrive on time? According to NerdWallet’s annual holiday shopping report, 68% of holiday shoppers predict that supply issues could cause the big-ticket items they are looking for this year to …

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You are good ? The sculpture arrives at Gulfport

August 6, 2021 by Abby baker Stephen Oliver and his You Good? Traveling sculpture in the SPACEcraft exhibit in Lealman Park, Thursday, July 29. Photo by Abby Baker. You might know him from his tie-dye peacemaking t-shirts that reign every week in the Fresh Gulfport Tuesday Market, or the boat …

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Awareness balloon sculpture for World Breastfeeding Week in Omagh

A colorful balloon sculpture on a storefront in Omagh attracts the attention of shoppers as part of World Breastfeeding Week. The display in the Co Tyrone Town Showgrounds is a collaboration between the Northern Ireland-based Breastival organization and balloon artist Ryan Tracey. Tracey, who broke several world records for some …

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How to calm your climate anxiety

Three years ago, after the Woolsey fire, Greg Kochanowski, 53, returned to the Santa Monica mountains and walked past his own street without recognizing it. The most destructive wildfire in Los Angeles County history devastated his Seminole Springs neighborhood, burning down more than half of the area’s homes, including his …

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Kansas City maker’s first metal sculpture a huge hit

Jay Lockett, owner of Jay Fabwerks LLC, Kansas City, Mo., stands next to his creation Silica Rose, which is currently on display in downtown Lee’s Summit., Mo. Images: Jay Lockett Jeremy “Jay” Lockett of Kansas City, Missouri, will be the first to tell you that everything he has done in …

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All Fired Up Pottery Paint Shop in Bethesda closed

Photo from the All Fired Up Facebook page All Fired Up, a pottery painting studio in Bethesda, will close next week due to financial challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the owner. Owner Liz Winchell told Bethesda Beat on Thursday that the store’s last day would be May …

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A closer look at British soca artist Simbaarley

The talented Simbaarley (Nathaniel Seún Leigertwood) represents both Saint Vincent and Antigua in the soca scene. How does he define himself as an artist and what is his personal vision of his career so far? First, what made you choose Simbaarley as your artist name?The name is a cross blend …

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Dinosaur sculptures exhibited at Eau Claire

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – Dinosaurs lurk in Eau Claire. Artisan Forge Studios is organizing a new exhibition, “The Scraposauras”. It contains 14 sculptures of prehistoric beasts made from scrap metal. “I think they’re just fantastic. They are a lot of fun. If you look around, it’s not just little …

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window paint – HS Insider

At the start of the pandemic, people had no choice but to stay indoors or at home. A lot of people found hobbies that they were really interested in and that I was a part of. I tried a variety of new things, from cooking to diamond painting. I decided …

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International Women’s Day: Domestic violence survivor thrives after escaping relationship, job and debt

Provided Today, March 8, marks International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. While you may immediately think of politicians or activists, it’s important to celebrate the victories women and girls experience every day, like leaving abusive relationships and moving up …

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