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Judging by APPEARANCE Wednesday, April 11
There is art on the walls, more art leaning at angles beneath those pieces, and even art placed carefully on the ground.
Funnier From BEHIND Wednesday, April 4
Writer Michael Frayn said he wanted to "write a farce from behind." The seed was planted; what bloomed is this one-act play-within-a-play (based on ) about a second-rate theater company …
EYE Candy Wednesday, March 28
With more than 100 local and nationally known artists participating, it's the perfect place to consider a new piece for over the mantle.
WORSHIP Them Wednesday, March 28
Growing up, Peaches Christ was "a little creative dictator" and, judging from her films like and not much has changed.
NORMAN’S Studios Wednesday, March 28
  The documentary Floyd Norman: An Animated Life premiered in 2016, almost exactly 60 years after its subject made history as the first African-American animator to work at Walt Disney …
Lady LIBERTY Wednesday, March 21
For over 20 years, Christy Frazier has maintained a fixed position at the leading edge of cultural developments in the River City.
Dog Bite Yo’ Tire Wednesday, March 21
David Girard remembers and redeems for all of us
Now HEAR This Wednesday, March 14
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HER STORY Wednesday, March 14
Anna Kingsley (née Anta Majigeen Njaay of Senegal) was brought here as an enslaved 13-year-old girl, and ended her life as a wealthy plantation …
The CLEVEREST Man in England Wednesday, March 14
In the opening scene of the novel Wolf Hall, by Hilary Mantel, young Thomas Cromwell has been "felled by his father: knocked full length on the cobbles of the yard.