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In the summer of 1944, a group of 1,100 American troops performed perhaps the greatest theatrical show in American history, and took it on tour. Their audience? The Nazis.
May 7 is National Teacher Day. In celebration, I'd like to take a second away from my normal blog content and thank some special folks:
A new movement in education calls for more focus on science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.
February 5 is SC Arts Advocacy Day! Here's what it's all about!
That raffle ticket your neighbor's daughter sold you for a fundraiser? You could get fined $100 - at least in SC, where raffles are technically illegal. Here's the situation and what's being done.
A community is a machine - and the arts is just one of many tools to use to build a better one.
Greenlink cut the ribbon on their new Golden Strip bus route - leading you right to the Cultural Center's front door!
Tax Policy, Nonprofits and Deductions. Oh My! A look at each candidates' proposed policy for the Charitable Deduction and what each means for charitable donations.
We wanted to make a statement [about young arts professionals]. A statement that read “we may be young, but you need us, and you need know that you need us, and [we're] is here to help."
Changing a community and the world thanks to artists (even though we kick them out sooner than later).
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