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W-S Symphony to launch Ignite Family Series with ‘Green Eggs & Ham’ musical

    W-S Symphony to launch Ignite Family Series with ‘Green Eggs & Ham’ musical

W-S Symphony to launch Ignite Family Series with ‘Green Eggs & Ham’ musical

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Book Review: “Do the Work! An Antiracist Activity Book” by W. Kamau Bell & Kate Schatz

    Book Review: “Do the Work! An Antiracist Activity Book” by W. Kamau Bell & Kate Schatz

Book Review: “Do the Work! An Antiracist Activity Book” by W. Kamau Bell & Kate Schatz

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Legendary Con Funk Shun’s frontman Michael Cooper gets real and raw about why they disbanded and their reunion

    Busta’s Person of the Week: Legendary Con Funk Shun’s frontman Michael Cooper gets real and raw about why they disbanded and their reunion

Busta’s Person of the Week: Legendary Con Funk Shun’s frontman Michael Cooper gets real and raw about why they disbanded and their reunion

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Hip-hop icon Coolio dies at 59

    Hip-hop icon Coolio dies at 59

Coolio, whose signature song “Gangsta’s Paradise” played a vital role in securing hip-hop as the popular music of choice, died at age 59.

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Older adults rock out at Senior Soiree

  Older adults rock out at Senior Soiree

Older adults rock out at Senior Soiree

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A Good Laugh

  A Good Laugh

More and more newspapers are reducing comics from a full page to half a page and making the print smaller. Smaller print is counter-intuitive as loyal readers are older, with failing eyesight and read large print books. Teeny  print is for teeny boppers who don’t even read the paper. 

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Local playwright’s play to kick off 40+ Stage Company’s season

  Local playwright’s play to kick off 40+ Stage Company’s season

Local playwright’s play to kick off 40+ Stage Company’s season

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Jaeson Pitt featured in new paper and sound collage works at SECCA

  Jaeson Pitt featured in new paper and sound collage works at SECCA

Friends, family members and art enthusiasts crowded the Southern Idiom Gallery at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 26, for the opening reception of WaveWorks, featuring interdisciplinary artist Jaeson Pitt.

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Barter Theatre announces Black in Appalachia Initiative Monologue competition

  Barter Theatre announces Black in Appalachia Initiative Monologue competition

Barter Theatre announces Black in Appalachia Initiative Monologue competition

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Not your grandma’s Green Stamps

  Not your grandma’s Green Stamps

Don’t look now, but those Green Stamps of yesteryear are back – sans licking and sticking.

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