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via School of Doodle The events leading up to the cessation of the Dakota Access Pipeline being built through Standing Rock is only the most recent example of people banding together to beat the odds in the name of social justice, and while it’s a heartening reminder of the power of the people, there is always another battle to be fought.
I f Halloween is your favorite holiday-or if you just have a penchant for the color orange, candy, and the macabre-then you should strongly consider a sojourn in Salem, Massachusetts, this month.
When the Peabody Essex Museum breaks ground on its long-awaited new wing Friday, it will launch a project that will add three floors of gallery space, encompass a vaulting atrium, and – when it opens in 2019 – place the Salem institution among the 20 largest art museums in the country.
(Oakland, CA) After hearing this was a “rave” I’ve seen some people react with a raised eyebrow and knowing, “Ohhh, well…” as if that somehow explains or makes this tragedy any more comprehensible. I couldn’t quite put words as to why I found that response so offensive.
What can I do an hour a day that will make my life better in 30 days? originally appeared on Quora–the knowledge-sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Milena Rangelov, PhD student of civil engineering, blogger, creator, Create something. Anything. Every day for 30 days.
Anthony Piccione – OnStage New York Columnist I’ve had the pleasure of working with many wonderful community theatres over the past several years. We’ve worked on some excellent productions together, and I’d do it all again in a heartbeat.
When Deputy Director Lynda Roscoe Hartigan was arranging to bring Shoes: Pleasure and Pain to PEM from London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, she knew she would find a way to involve Jimmy Raye. The Salem socialite and former Boston Ballet dancer owns hundreds of pairs of shoes as part of his larger collection of antique and vintage couture clothing and accessories.
Holiday fairs, festivals and decorations have already taken over the North Shore.
AD20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries and The Boston Print Fair offers 50 select exhibitors offering modern to contemporary fine art, photography, jewelry, Mid-Century furnishings and contemporary studio furniture, decorative arts, sculpture, fine prints, drawings and more at the only show and sale of its kind in New England…
If you scrolled through Instagram Thursday morning and were confused as to why the Museum of Fine Arts was posting pictures of the Leonardo DaVinci exhibit at the Museum of Science; and why the Museum of Science was sharing images of a paint-spattered canvas at Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum – don’t worry, it’s not a glitch in the app.
SALEM – The Salem Theatre Company is asking for the public’s help to keep the doors open for 2017. Citing heavy leadership turnover and ongoing difficulty with addressing facilities upgrades, the local arts organization announced over the weekend that it needs to raise $50,000 by the end of the year to open its doors at all in 2017.
It’s interview time! In today’s episode we’ll be talking to Jesse Brenneman, the lead distiller and chief alchemist at Salem, Massachusetts’ only distillery, Deacon Giles. We’ll learn the unholy backstory behind the distillery’s unusual name. We’ll discuss what it takes to make it in the competitive distilling industry.
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