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November 19, 2014
CoRK DISTRICT OPEN STUDIO DAY Noon-8 p.m. Nov. 22 at 2689 Rosselle St., Riverside, corkartsdistrict.tumblr.com. Mingle with all manner of local artists and check out (and buy!) some of their works during CoRK Arts District’s annual Open Studios day. More than 70 artists, working in media ranging from painting, sculpture and glassworks to photography and performance art, open their studios

News AAND Notes: Arts Edition

COMMUNITY NEWS -from Staff BOLO Keith Haring’s Art In the way back of 1989, at the invitation (and tireless coordination) of teacher Irving Zucker, Keith Haring and nearly 500 Chicago Public Schools students collaborated on a 480-foot mural comprising 36 panels. It was subsequently divided into 61 sections and parsed

oliver!

February 7, 2009
If you have you been considering introducing your kids to theatre, Wednesday, February 11, will be the perfect opportunity. Oliver! will be performed at the Times-Union Center’s Moran Theater at 10 am and 7 pm and the evening performance will be Family Night on Broadway. The Oliver! Family Night on

The Gathering Dinner Theatre

February 7, 2009
Story and photos by Daniel Goncalves, www.DanielGoncalves.com What happens when you combine a Canadian from the hospitality industry, a Cuban/Scandinavian chef and a ballerina? You get the ultimate gathering. With a motto of, “Family, Friends, Food and Fun” you know it’s the beginning of something good. Owners Bryce and Tammy

a closer walk with patsy cline

February 7, 2009
by dick kerekes Jacksonville’s Alhambra Dinner Theatre opens 2009 by bringing back one the most successful shows in its 40 year history, A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline. It will be on stage at the 12000 Beach Boulevard theater through February 15th. Gail Bliss returns as Patsy Cline, a role

Big time Rugby comes to Jacksonville, again!

February 7, 2009
by Daniel Goncalves Jacksonville loves football. We love our Jag’s regardless of how good (or bad) they played this last season. It’s a hard hitting, action packed game, what’s not to love? Well, if you think that’s hard hitting, let me tell you that you ain’t seen nothing yet mate!

The Jock

February 7, 2009
by Tom Weppel After a great Super Bowl, we now move into February. We’re two weeks away from the Daytona 500, and the start of MLB Spring Training. The PGA Tour is already in full swing, although many haven’t been aware of the goings-on. And of course, we know that

Pink Panther 2

February 7, 2009
by Rick GrantGrade: B / Rated PG / 92 min For those of us who remember the late great Peter Sellers as the bumbling Inspector Jacques Clouseau it’s hard to make comparisons to Steve Martin’s interpretation. Whereas Sellers brought subtlety and nuance to the role, Martin’s first version seemed stiff

The International

February 7, 2009
by Rick Grant Grade: B+ / Rated R / 118 min In this cautionary tale, a well connected international bank is controlling arms sales by lending the money to make these purchases to rogue nations. They are into money laundering and destabilizing governments to sell arms to their adversaries. In

Famous Bollywood Choreographer Teaches Episcopal Dancers

February 7, 2009
World-renowned choreographer Rujuta Vaidya visited the Episcopal Dance Department last week to teach a production piece in classical Bollywood style to the Dance Ensemble. The Dance Ensemble will incorporate the Bollywood-inspired choreography into the spring dance concert, scheduled for March 13, 2009. In addition to choreographing for the dance ensemble,

gaining notoriety

February 7, 2009
by mischele miller The massive stage is now vacant, replaced by a symphony of crickets and birds chirping in the surrounding trees. Remnants of props used for Winter Wonderland are being collected for storage and the Amphitheatre is being prepared for its next big event, Art Garfunkel and the JSO

Paint the Town Red

February 7, 2009
by Carlos Andujar If you were to ask someone in a band to describe their sound nowadays, chances are you’ll hear “experimental” mentioned somewhere in their description. Just look on Myspace and you’ll see that the number of bands listed under the experimental category amounts to over 640,000, way more

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