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Youth and Maturity in Erin Tobey's "Middlemaze"

Erin Tobey's first solo album in a decade "Middlemaze" is a rich and varied reflection on youth and maturity.

Krisha: A Family Drama Teetering On The Edge Of Documentary

Krisha Fairchild's portrayal of a tormented prodigal daughter who once called Bloomington home screens at this weekend's Middle Coast Film Festival.

Anthology: Askew Gardens, Part Two

Another deep dive into short fiction offering perspectives on gardens and gardening.

Painting At The Core, Across Decades And Continents

Regardless of the vagaries of time and place--no matter how dramatic--Annemarie Mahler-Ettinger identifies with the art she has made since the age of three.

The Balalaika and Domra Association of American in Concert




Slam Camp: A Safe Haven for Young Poets

A high school slam poetry camp offers a safe space for students to discuss taboo issues.

Anthology: Askew Gardens, Part One

Literary perspectives on gardens and gardening from Katherine Mansfield, Rita Dove, and others.

Carole Hyneman Welcomes Music Back Into Her Home

North Christian Church loans pianos long term to parishioners who can't afford an instrument of their own. Hyneman will be the first recipient of a piano.

Michael Van Vooren's "A Night": Love And Loss In 110 Words

Michael Van Vooren's micro-fiction piece, "A Night," was one of five fiction pieces selected for The Ryder's July publication.

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