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Review: HOLDTIGHT Presents Nourishment (Why Believe?)

New York, N.Y. In any given production by Gwendolyn Gussman’s experimental dance theater company, recently rechristened HOLDTIGHT, no single person does just one thing. The choreographer, musical director, lighting designer, stage manager, and rehearsal director might all take the stage; the distinctions between dancer, actor, and musician fall away in performance as everyone dances, everyone speaks, […]

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Himalayan Sessions Providing Ukuleles to Kids in Developing World

New York, N.Y. Within Hawaiian culture, the concept of aloha embodies a beautiful kind of sanctity. In Western parlance, the closest embodiment is found in the word “love”. Hawaiians think of aloha not so much as a philosophical concept, but more as a way of life, the object being to try to live one’s life […]

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Beyond Skin: Norm Yip Celebrates LGBTQ Pride with Luce Support

Photography Exhibition Coincides with World Pride Week in NYC New York, N.Y.  37Tong is pleased to announce the inaugural United States exhibition of “The Asian Male: BEYOND SKIN BY NORM YIP.” The exhibition will view to the public during “World Pride NYC Week” from June 24-30, 2019 at The Untitled Space Gallery, 45 Lispenard Street in Tribeca, […]

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In Wein, the Moving Performance Known as Vienna Operetta

New York, N.Y. Vienna operetta moving performance Vienna, the Austrian capital, has a special feeling. Known as the capital of music all over the world, it has been commended as a person who has contributed to the artistic development of Vienna and has received a gold medal named Gold Medal of Cultural Merit. I am […]

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Introducing Art from Various Parts of Southeast Asia in the 1980’s

New York, N.Y.  When I recall the work I did as an international professional impresario, I think it was an honor to bring the arts from all over Southeast Asia and China to the United States. Khon, Thai classical dance. Photo: Wikipedia. Named Dance Representing Thai Art I brought Thai dance to America. There is no […]

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Alcatraz East Crime Museum to Hold 2nd Annual Graffiti Art Contest

Graffiti artists are invited to compete for prizes and to have their work on exhibit Drive through any city in America and you are bound to see some graffiti. Some people love it, while others hate it. These images, letters and paintings found on buildings, bridges and other surfaces can often signal decay and bring […]

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DRAFT 1: Audrey Josephine Sacred Raven: From Reservation to Project Reach

New York. N.Y. Rarely have I had the privilege to meet a Native American artist in New York, and certainly not as renowned or talented as Audrey Josephine Sacred Raven. Her body of work, her passion for her people, and her personality are each exceptional. Audrey recently shared with The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness about her […]

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Mad About Art: Fountain House Gallery’s Big Night Out

New York, N.Y. Mad About Art, Fountain House Gallery’s annual art auction and benefit, recently drew nearly 400 attendees to the venue Metropolitan West. They convened in support of the Gallery, which provides an environment in which artists living with mental illness can pursue their creative visions, exhibit their work, and challenge the stigma that […]

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WonderWorks Syracuse to Reopen Select Activities on August 7, 2020

Army Sergeant Seeks Help to Bring Two Rescue Dogs Back to America

Alcatraz East Crime Museum Highlights 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Amendment

Doctor Offers Advice on Boosting Immune System to Help Beat COVID-19

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Guests Weigh in On Binge-Worthy Crime Shows at New “What’s Your Crime?” Alcatraz East Crime Museum Exhibit