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Comedian George Wallace headed to Milwaukee, talks to CBS 58

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- While many activities in the Milwaukee area are holiday related this weekend, there is still the old-fashioned opportunity to get out and have a few laughs. Comedian George Wallace joined us on Friday, Dec. 2 to discuss his upcoming show. More information about Wallace can be...
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Local author, rabbi to host celebratory reading on Sunday

Leah Rachel Berkowitz, local author and rabbi at Kol Ami Elkins Park, will be hosting a celebratory reading and book signing from “Maybe It Happened This Way,” her new collection of reimagined Bible stories. The event will take place at 3:30pm Sunday at Open Book Bookstore, 7900 High...

Theater Talk: Openings all over, plays, musicals, ballet, opera too. Pérez joins Shea's. ¡Felicidades! Ujima reprises Toni Stone.

Theater Talk: Openings all over, plays, musicals, ballet, opera too. Pérez joins Shea's. ¡Felicidades! Ujima reprises Toni Stone. To read all about the latest with Michael Murphy and Shea's, visit Anthony's blog Yes, the Michael Murphy firing at Shea's might have some concerned about the health of...

Q&A: Palm Talk Saddle Creek, New Album and Upcoming Omaha Show

Our awesome email newsletter briefing tells you everything you need to know about what’s going on in Omaha. Delivered to your inbox every day at 11:00am. The drums and guitars shift from clashing rhythms that threaten to pull the song apart to locked-in attacks. Ethereal voices float in the stratosphere. Clattering percussion blinks in and out of the chaos. Eventually a simple melody pulls everything together.

Watkins Series Bridges the Professional and Academic World for Students

Last month, Watkins College of Art hosted a panel on the Role of the Curator as part of the Creative Professionals Lecture Series. The collection of events seeks to make the art world tangible to students by inviting interdisciplinary practitioners—such as artists, designers, curators, educators and historians—to present and engage with students and the community.

Art Talk – Jazz up your holidays with Naperville Chorus

Naperville Chorus celebrates the most wonderful time of the year by “Swingin’ into Christmas with The Pete Ellman Big Band.” The concert, featuring jazz and traditional arrangements of Christmas favorites, brings a fresh approach to familiar carols. Songs like “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear,” “White Christmas,” and “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” just may be presented in a way you’ve never heard before. The program also includes an interactive session where audience members can demonstrate their vocal talents in a sing-along.

Local Author Talk: Covered Bridges of New Hampshire

Did you know that Rochester was once home to three covered bridges and there were at least eleven covered bridges in Strafford County? Join Kim Varney Chandler as she talks about the history of these lost bridges and shares an overview of the remaining historic covered bridges in New Hampshire. Following the program, Kim will be available to sign copies of her new book Covered Bridges of New Hampshire.
New Britain Herald

Fall events at New Britain Museum of American Art

NEW BRITAIN – The New Britain Museum of American Art’s fall happenings are ending in December with a few more programs and events. “An Evening of Motown” is tonight from 5:30-8 p.m. featuring Theresa Wright. The Walk-In Tours continue every Saturday through the month starting tomorrow through...

December lecture series to feature ‘maritime Indians’

Dr. Chris Oakley, professor in the Department of History at East Carolina University, is slated to speak at 6:00 p.m. Thursday for this month’s installment of the “Science on the Sound” lecture series at the Coastal Studies Institute on the ECU Outer Banks Campus. This monthly, in-person,...

Historian to discuss The Great Ledger Records of the Town of Greenwich

On Monday, December 5, the Horseneck Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Greenwich Library will host an evening talk with author Missy Wolfe, an avid historical researcher who has spent well over a decade researching and writing about Greenwich history. This popular historian will discuss her new...
Cleveland Jewish News

Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum open house Dec. 3

The Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 3, according to a news release. Kids crafts, refreshments and music will be available to the public. Purchases from the Museum Gift Shop will be 10% off during the time of the event.

Video: Adi Armour and Fokused Talk Making Music in MKE

Nō Studios sat down with the artist and band ahead of their shows this week. This video was made in partnership with Nō Studios. Milwaukee Magazine is partnering with the video production company to showcase the stories of local artists and musicians. Watch for more content like this here.

Dan’s North Fork Cover Artist Ewa Skapski Talks Photography & Santa’s Tree Farm

Get our Hamptons Insider newsletters delivered direct to you. This cover of Dan’s Papers North Fork is a charming family photo taken by Ewa Skapski at Santa’s Christmas Tree Farm in Cutchogue. Skapski — a Long Island photographer based in Riverhead and specializing in maternity, baby and family photography — discusses the festive cover, her process and inspirations.