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“The Nazis, Arendt argues, furnished this deliberate disconnect from reality with what she calls “holes of oblivion.” (Today, we call them “alternative facts.”) In a searing testament to the power of speaking up, she considers …

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Kalabante School and Artcirq

October 21, 2010 – 12:08 pm

What could a group of Inuit teenagers possibly have in common with impoverished children of Guinea, West Africa? As it turns out, people from all corners of the world all love the circus.
Cirque Eloise acrobats …

Social Networking and the Future of Philanthropy and Indie Art

October 5, 2010 – 11:06 am
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Social networking sites have revolutionize job hunting, friendships, and video production, and some philanthropists have discovered new ways to connect people, spread awareness for their cause, and raise funds. Check out some of the absolute …

“Sound+Vision: At War” Review on Neighborhood NYC

October 1, 2010 – 12:30 pm
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Neighborhood NYC checked out “Sound+Vision: At War” which was presented this week at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater. The program’s combination of photography and classical music was a “powerful look at the humanity behind the …

Sound+Vision: At War

September 27, 2010 – 4:11 pm
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Pulitzer Prize-nominated photojournalist Chris Hondros is teaming up with musician Kenneth Hamrick for “Sound+Vision: At War,” a musical/photographic media experience on September 29 at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater.
“Sound+Vision: At War” pairs up Chris Hondros’ …

Stephanie Sandberg

September 24, 2010 – 10:20 am

In Grand Rapids, Michigan, Calvin College professor Stephanie Sandberg is challenging minds and hearts through theater, and her newest play Lines: The Lived Experience of Race is timely and bound to stir up conversation about …

“Jersey Boys” Save the Music

September 14, 2010 – 10:13 am
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Jersey Boys has been running on Broadway for five years, and now Broadway fans have a great incentive to go see it again or for the first time.
The Tony-winning show has teamed up with VH1’s …