Art district

Alvin ISD Schools Offer Holiday Themed Concerts

Students Across Alvin Independent School District headlining holiday orchestral and choir concerts as they round out the fall school semester and welcome the holidays. All events are open to the public, said Renae Rives, district communications director. Nathan Pair, group principal at Manvel High School, said he and his colleagues …

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Petal gets new mural at fire station # 3 on Mississippi 42

The town of Petal got a little brighter with a new mural showcasing the relationship between the Petal Fire Department, Petal School District and the community. The mural, which is located on the side of Fire Station # 3 on Mississippi 42, is the work of Brooke Bowden, an art …

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Make the season shine with the First City Lights Festival, Elf Parade

Seven days out is your guide to entertainment events, concerts, festivals and activities in Escambia and Santa Rosa County. MONDAY Monday night blues Monday, November 22 at 7 p.m. Seville District, 130 E. Government St. The Seville District and the Blues Society of Northwest Florida are bringing the blues back …

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Bonnie Sherk, landscape designer full of surprises, dies at 76

One Thursday in June 1970, a San Francisco police officer was going mad because motorists entering the busy central freeway near Market Street applied their brakes, surprised by an unusual sight. On what the day before had been bare land, a young woman sat on a haystack, surrounded by potted …

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Luxury automaker Genesis opens urban oasis in New York’s Meatpacking District

Inside the Genesis House: Korean luxury cars will take center stage at Cellar Stage, a showroom and live event venue inspired by the Genesis brand launch at Seoul Olympic Stadium. Genesis Genesis, the luxury arm of Korean auto giant Hyundai, is transferring its design principles from assembly lines from Seoul …

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Strong financial outlook projected for the next five years

Hugh W. Garside Jr. The most recent five-year forecast for the South-Western City School District indicates a positive cash balance throughout fiscal year 2025-2026. Forecasting is a standardized planning tool required by the Ohio Department of Education that must be completed annually. It provides detailed information on actual and forecast …

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Barings and Hines acquire Reed District site in Nashville

Reed District represents a distinctive investment opportunity to transform a 12-acre gateway site in Midtown Nashville into a community-driven mixed-use destination with uses focused on music, art, food and entertainment. The project will take inspiration from the historic character of the approximately 100-year-old Coca-Cola building, converting it into a modern …

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Ten things to do for Halloween in Denver

Why should Halloween be just for kids? There are also a lot of spooky, silly, fantastic and fun events for adults, as well as el Dia de los Muertos celebrations. Here are ten of the best things to do in and around the city today. Spookadelia 4: The Curse of …

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Explore Fall Activities Around Savannah – SCAD District

Written by Daniella Garcia, Illustration by Halle Garrett Autumn has arrived! Bring out the boots, cozy sweaters and the plentiful supply of fall-themed Starbucks drinks we’re about to consume, because the best season is finally upon us. During this time of year, you can enjoy a number of festivities during …

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Request for sign, change of zoning of the church top Meeting of the municipal council of Marietta | News, Sports, Jobs

Adam Schwendeman, attorney for Thiesen Brock, spoke to Marietta city council on Thursday about rezoning a church so it could be turned into apartments. (Photo by Michèle Newbanks) Representatives from Marietta’s Original Pizza Place asked for an exemption from a city ordinance at Thursday’s meeting of the Marietta city council. …

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What do students wear in class? – SCAD district

Written by Lu Pan, Photos by Lu Pan Have you ever wondered why students in certain disciplines dress in a certain way or what has influenced the clothing choices of a particular student? Have you ever had the courage to ask? Asking such personal questions of a complete stranger is …

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Top Brockton Area Stories From Last Week

In case you missed it, these are five stories from the past week from across the Brockton area that resonated with our readers. Stalemate ends after Brockton police officer was shot and wounded A tense, hour-long standoff ended in Brockton on Thursday evening when police said an armed suspect had …

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Oregon’s ‘At-A-Glance’ Bulletins Show Pandemic Impacts

The Oregon “At-A-Glance” School and District Report Cards were published by the Oregon Department of Education. The annual publication required by law is designed to inform parents, caregivers, communities and educators. It is also designed to initiate discussions on areas of improvement for schools and districts, according to the ODE. …

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Three more murals in Marshalltown | News, Sports, Jobs

CONTRIBUTED Photo – Local artists Melynda McCord and Landaca Czerniewski will create “Marshalltown’s Starry Night” as one of the last three murals of 2021 in downtown Great Western Bank. A trio of new murals across Marshalltown will pay homage to the city’s history while celebrating its unique culture and personality, …

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For the week of October 4, 2021 – Daily Freeman

Kathleen Schneck-Suma is the new vice-principal of New Paltz High School. She will help newly hired principal Samuelle Simms run the school. She joined the district from Ketcham High School in the Wappingers Falls Central School District, where she served as vice-principal for three years. Schneck-Suma graduated from Hofstra University …

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Islip Central School District: Alfano School Community Observes Hispanic Heritage Culture

01/10/2021 The Alfano Elementary School community comes together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. By engaging in educational activities, students learn about the rich history of this culture. In her daily morning announcements, Alfano Elementary Headmistress Carmen Vazquez delivers quotes from famous models of Hispanic descent whose professions include a Supreme …

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5 things to do in downtown Shreveport on October 1

Long live Prize Fest week # 2! Everything Fest ends this weekend with movie, food and comedy as we say ‘hello’ to 9 days of art, music and activities at Red River Revel 45. Fishing for dollars returns downtown with the cool Crappie Expo 2021, pirates converge at the Shreveport …

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RiNo mural goes 3D to push for prison reform

DENVER – The skill used to paint the walls of the River North Arts District is undeniable. Almost all large flat surfaces are covered with a mural with a message. “The number of hours spent on some of them is crazy when you stop to think about it,” Buck Adams …

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The antagonistic art of Neo Rauch | The New Yorker

Yet the experience had left Rauch suspicious. Shortly after the sale of “Der Anbräuner”, Rauch withdrew from an exhibition in Leipzig which was to be one of his biggest exhibitions in his native country in a decade. Rauch sometimes speaks of his art as a peristaltic filtration system that sucks …

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CAP presents art to local students | New

Developing children’s imaginations is what brought together former educators and members of the Pelican Bay Arts Association to form the Children’s Art Program in December 2018. They set their goals and created the following mission statement: “The Manley Art Program for Children is designed to teach artistic skills and vocabulary. …

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ArtWalk plans unveiled – On-Site Magazine

The first phase of ArtWalk consists of two residential towers and an intermediate mixed-use tower. Photo credit: SmartCentres SmartCentres has unveiled plans for the new arts district in its SmartVMC development in Vaughan, Ontario. The first phase of ArtWalk will include three residential buildings located near public transportation, urban amenities …

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Best Dog Friendly Fall Activities in Miami

Few places offer such a wonderful dog ownership experience as Miami. Yes, there are the perpetual thunderstorms that can trigger hours of barking. And this whole story of alligators in the water. But beyond that, we’ve got everything from sandy beaches and tranquil lakes to brewery patios, perfect for transporting …

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Extraordinary art by ordinary people

Posted: 09/20/2021 19:42:35 PM NORTHAMPTON – Common Wealth Murals is launching a two-month art exhibit that will showcase local artists and their work across Pioneer Valley at an event this Wednesday. ValleyBike first contacted Common Wealth Murals because they “wanted to do something to celebrate the arts in western Massachusetts,” …

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Korean-American protests lead to changes in school murals

One early morning before the students arrived, school principal Kate Sohn stood outside the gymnasium and looked at the reimagined version of the mural that had sparked so much controversy three years ago that she was almost destroyed. Sohn, a Korean immigrant, focused on the hibiscus flower, South Korea’s national …

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Gathering held at Fairy Mountain, Wulong District, Chongqing Municipality, to Discuss Green Development

CHONGQING, China – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – On August 13, 2021, the China-Chongqing (Wulong) Green Development Practices Forum was held at Fairy Mountain, Wulong District, Chongqing. Chongqing Municipal People’s Congress Committee. In the forum, many well-known and mainstream national academics and experts, industry elites through “online + offline” combinations shared their …

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15 Colorado Music Festivals Coming This Summer

It’s official, live music is back. With new shows announced at Red Rocks – which is now open at capacity almost every day, and local concert halls featuring new and familiar performers every weekend, there’s no better place than here. in Colorado. Plus, summer music festivals are springing up statewide …

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Calendar of events around the neighborhood on July 21, 2021 | North Springs Edition

TUESDAY Medal of Honor Character Development Program Workshop – 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Colorado Springs Marriott, 5580 Tech Center Drive. Registration required: tinyurl.com/hfvuyf2x. • • • JULY 30 Colorado Springs Conservatory Music in the Park Concert Series – 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Venezia Park, 3555 Briargate Parkway; coloradospringsconservatory.org. …

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Moses Lake takes action towards Creative District designation

Moses Lake’s vision to designate downtown as a creative neighborhood has passed the dream stage. A creative district is a pedestrian zone for artistic activities and businesses, a community heart for living, working and visiting. Once a Creative District is designated, the Washington State Commission for the Arts (ArtsWA) provides …

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7 reasons Scottsdale, Arizona is perfect for snowbirds

Scottsdale is a beautiful Southwestern destination for snowbirds who want to escape their freezing winter wonderland. The winter weather is perfect for a visit or an extended stay. You can enjoy the hot and sunny desert climate every day. Offering beautiful resorts, communities for those over 55, and short-term rentals, …

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Short North Art Gallery will be free for artists

A Columbus developer and restaurateur have teamed up with other developers to provide free art space in Short North. Details have yet to be announced, such as the location of the space, but the partners say they are trying to keep art in the neighborhood, which has become dominated by …

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13 free things to do in Breckenridge

Isak Heartstone, by Danish artist Thomas Dambo, sits along Illinois Creek on June 24, 2019 in Breckenridge.Photo by Hugh Carey / Summit Daily Archives Looking to explore Breckenridge? You’re in luck because there are so many ways to explore the community without spending a dime. Here is a taste of …

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Senator Sydney Kamlager Delivers Big For District 30 Of The California Senate, Securing Over $ 400 Million In Investment – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentry

Senator Sydney Kamlager delivers big for District 30 of the California Senate, securing more than $ 400 million in investment Sydney Kamlager (AP Photo / Rich Pedroncelli, file) This week, the Legislature passed the 2021 Budget Act. This bold, responsible and balanced budget must be signed by Governor Newsom before …

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5 adorable Denver apartments to book for your stay

From beautiful mountains to bustling cities, Colorado offers endless things to do and see – and luckily for those who live here, we don’t have to travel far to have fun. Denver is the perfect place for Coloradans to plan a vacation. In addition to numerous bars and restaurants, it …

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