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Notes on the neighborhood: neighborhood parties, a bike path through town, volunteer opportunities, art exhibitions and more

The return of the library In case you missed the story: The Mission Library branch will launch a take-out service on Saturday at the Bartlett Street entrance, and a bookmobile parked outside will offer an organized supply of books to browse, courtesy of the Mission branch team. This is the first weekend library service the […]

Georgetown celebrates the arts program that uplifts the colors and moods of fall at Book Hill

With the onset of fall, splashes of color were spotted along Wisconsin Avenue, but artistic in nature and not arboreal. As part of a pilot public art program, Georgetown Celebrates the Arts enlivens the Main Street corridor with 43 public art pieces printed on ‘kake mono’ banners and ground installations along Book Hill between Volta […]

BIG ARTS opens exhibition season with Chailosky sculptures | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

GREAT ARTS Al Chailosky BIG ARTS will open the Fine Arts season with sculptor Alberto Chailosky on October 22 in the Dunham Family Gallery. There will be an artists’ conference and reception on November 5 at 5 p.m. “Lost but not forgotten” Chailosky’s exhibition consists of miniature sculptures in mixed media that represent important places […]

Obama’s ethics chief criticized the White House for Hunter Biden’s art sales, saying buyers could use them to gain influence with his father

Obama’s White House ethics chief Walter Shaub addressed Hunter Biden’s art sales. He described them as a “potential vehicle for channeling money to the first family” in return for influence. Walter Shaub, who was ethics chief in Barack Obama’s administration, criticized President Joe Biden’s White House for dismissing questions about Hunter Biden’s lucrative art sales. […]

Flood Plain, new non-profit gallery, opens on Cherokee Street

Click to enlarge From left to right, Liz Wolfson, Trina Van Ryn, Amelia-Colette Jones Floodplain (3151 Cherokee Street, [email protected]) is a non-profit, non-commercial art gallery that opened last month in the former home of another non-profit, non-commercial art gallery – Fort Gondo, which thrived on Cherokee Street for fifteen. But as the three founders honor […]

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