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Otis Clay @ The Dakota...Sat. Mar. 29th

Otis Clay @ The Dakota...Sat. Mar. 29th
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Ruben Studdard and Lalah Hathaway

Ruben Studdard and Lalah HathawayRuben and Lalah shared the stage and took turns singing their individual hits during a three-night, six-show, engagement. With his voice, Ruben reminded everyone why he was the clear choice of America to win "Idol" and Lalah absolutely amazed the Dakota audiences with her unbelievable range and tone. Having both on stage together was truly "meant to be."
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Black bounty hunter and fugitive slave forge unlikely friendship in civil war saga

Black bounty hunter and fugitive slave forge unlikely friendship in civil war sagaIt is 1864, and the bloody conflict between the Union and the Confederacy is raging. Against the ominous backdrop of battle and cannon fire in the distance, we are introduced to Will (Ashton Sanders), a 13 year-old orphan ostensibly wrapped up in his own struggle to survive near the front lines.
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Creating Home: Sarah White & Rico Mendez of Shiro Dame talk N.Y., music and parenting

Creating Home: Sarah White & Rico Mendez of Shiro Dame talk N.Y., music and parentingSometimes you have to leave where you're from to find your place.

The story of Sarah White and Rico Simon Mendez is a journey through the creative process. This creation manifested itself in various forms including giving birth to new ideas and the two children they share.
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9th Annual Jazz in the Gardens sets attendance records with performances with first class performances and surprise celebrity appearances

9th Annual Jazz in the Gardens sets attendance records with performances with first class performances and surprise celebrity appearancesMIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Record breaking numbers attended the two-day total Miami Gardens 9th Annual Jazz in the Gardens music festival at Sun Life Stadium that featured among others Mint Condition.
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NEXT LOOK: Ground-breaking cinema coming to Walker Art Center in May

NEXT LOOK: Ground-breaking cinema coming to Walker Art Center in MayMay 2 – 10, 2014

Fresh from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, renown for celebrating groundbreaking new voices in independent filmmaking, Walker Cinema will host a variety of screenings and guests over the first two weekends in May. Whether featuring first-time directors and non-actors or seasoned casts and crews, each film uniquely plays with elements of the dramatic genre—offering new examples of how fluidly the medium evolves.

Sundance director John Cooper introduces the Walker screenings on May 2 and 3. He will also be present at the Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota Conference.

Unless otherwise noted, all films and programs are in the Walker Cinema, and tickets are $12 ($10 Walker members and seniors). Tickets go on sale April 15 at 11 am.
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SNAPSHOTS

SNAPSHOTSThee Urbane Life and The Cool & Co. were at it again, this time teaming up for School Daze -- the Adult Spring Break at Darby's (March 29). Aesthetically Speaking was in the building and captured a few scenes from the evening.
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