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- Highways Performance Space Artistic Directors Leo Garcia & Patrick Kennelly Present: Stephen Day & Friends
Stephen Day - Indian Classical Music played on the Sarod Imran Khan - Sufi Vocals and Poetry Anny Lieberman - Vocals Joseph Peck - Steel Drums Ricardo Hambra - Tablas & Vocals Natasha Wolfe - Indian Classical Dance Eric Sedorovitz - Gongs, Cymbals ...
- Caterpillar Poetry Prize 2017
This yearâ€™s Caterpillar Poetry Prize will be judged by John Hegley. John has published several collections of poems, including a volume for children called My Dog is a Carrot. He also co-edited an anthology of poetry for young people called The Ropes ...
- Maylin Reynoso: A Poem For Black And Brown Girls Forgotten By The World
While mainstream media remained relatively silent on the death of Maylin Reynoso ... the Puerto Rican scribe of the poem, titled To The Black And Brown Girls Who Go Missing Before They Go Missing. She was angered by the lack of attention for the disappear ...
- Happy Friendship Day: 7 types of friends you need to unfriend and move on with life!
Every year first Sunday of the month of August is celebrated as Friendship Day. Your phones buzz with greeting messages and poems about what you and your friend mean to each other. Social media is filled with infinite post dedication and wrists with ...
- moving in, poem by j.lewis (WHEN I MOVED Poetry and Prose Series)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: j.lewis is an internationally published poet, musician, and nurse practitioner. His poems have appeared online and in print in numerous journals from California to Nigeria to the UK. When he is not otherwise occupied, he is often on a ...
- Freebie Friday: Free events and art exhibits around town
8 p.m. Tuesdays, Dandelion Communitea Cafe, 618 N. Thornton Ave., Orlando, free, 407-362-1864, dandelioncommunitea.com. Flowers for the Living: poetry slam where contestant cover living poets. 8 p.m. Thursday, The Milk Bar, 2424 E. Robinson St., Orlando ...
- This Super Woke Teenâ€™s â€˜White Boy Privilegeâ€™ Poetry Slam Is a Trump Voterâ€™s Nightmare
For most people, your answer probably aligns with whether you are horrified by Donald Trump or eager to see him make America great again. The Georgia eighth grader's beat poetry performance begins like this: "Dear women, I'm sorry. Dear black people, I'm ...
- How B.C. rapper Horsepowar turned her grief into a hip-hop career
And what ultimately resulted is a sound that has a quality you may have never heard of in hip-hop before. In this short documentary, you'll understand why Horsepowar's journey from sad poetry to joyous rap is an extraordinarily inspiring one.
- National Eisteddfod 2016: How personal tragedy inspired poems which won its writer the Crown
Personal tragedy inspired the collection of poems which won its writer the Crown at the National Eisteddfod. Elinor Gwynn, from Rhostryfan near Caernarfon, was awarded the prize for a collection of poems not in strict metre of up to 250 lines on the ...
- Media Make #4: Spoken Word Letters
Write and record a spoken word piece that captures your story. A spoken word letter can express a personal experience with an election issue in a way that a written letter cannot. Spoken word combines the power of poetry with the power of performance.
- Interview: Businessman Duane Gautier on the Arts as a Catalyst for Anacostia - Curbed DC
Curbed DCInterview: Businessman Duane Gautier on the Arts as a Catalyst for AnacostiaCurbed DCA lot of those families who are African American moved into Prince George's County and part of that was because of the neglect of the city. We'd like to see ... I think Busboys & Poets, which is supposed to move in in a couple years, will be a very ...
- PCA photo and poetry contest entries due Jan. 1
The Portage Center for the Arts Poetry and Photos in the Foyer contest for January will feature the theme "Blue." Entries are due by Jan. 1. Entrantsâ€™ and votersâ€™ names will be put in a hat for a drawing for one free ticket to a PAS concert.
- Poetry readings for Lamar
Shown in front is Calvary junior Lizzie Richey, who just finished reading her poem, "O Lady, if the Stars so Bright." Behind from left is: senior Kutter Korzynski, and sophomores Reese McBride and Ali McCroskey.
- Writers Read: Thereâ€™s a platform for prose at the West Tisbury library
The West Tisbury library. â€“ Photo by Michael Cummo For years there have been multiple opportunities on Island for poets to partake in a variety of reading settings. For prose writers, not so much.
- The magic of friluftsliv
By this point it was almost dark but my headtorch made sure I avoided the icy pools ... It first appeared in an 1859 poem by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen which described how a central character needed solitude in nature to clarify his thoughts.