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Photoville LA: Many Stories, Many Worlds Displayed

Last weekend I went to¬†Photoville LA, a large free outdoor exhibition that originated in Brooklyn (as Photoville) in 2009,¬†created by United Photo Industries, with mini galleries installed in step-in containers and kiosks, photos presented in cubes and triangles, on banners … Continue reading

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The Alamo: A Beautifully Written and Acted Play About the Difficulty of Change

How many of us have returned to our childhood neighborhood and have had a hard time recognizing it? That’s especially true for me. I was born in Brooklyn in an upper middle class neighborhood. It was safe and everyone looked … Continue reading

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