Thursday Jul 24
Haystack announces summer exhibition
Haystack's third of three summer exhibitions, Made in Maine: Work by Recent Fellowship Recipients, will be on view at the school's Center for Community Programs from July 27 to August 31. The show features work by four recipients of functional craft and visual arts fellowships from the Maine Arts Commission in 2012 and 2013: Robin Martin Cust, ... (more)
Independent Women's Forum
Portrait of a Modern Feminist: Marilinda Garcia
Although conservatives are commendably reluctant to embrace identity politics, it can't be denied that Marilinda Garcia, 31, GOP candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives for New Hampshire's 2nd district, handily breaks certain perceived Republican stereotypes.
The Cary News
Fuquay-Varina woman named N.C. poet laureate
Macon has published two collections of poetry – "Shelf Life" in 2011 and "Sleeping Rough" in 2014 – both of which have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
New Glasgow's musical inventor
Located at the edge of Riverside Cemetery in New Glasgow is an unadorned grave marker.
Even with student aid, these colleges are among the nation's most expensive
Endicott College's had a net price per student of $31,386 per student in the 2011-2012 academic year.
National Public Radio
Lake Street Dive And The Chemistry Of Harmony
Lake Street Dive is two men and two women, all in the neighborhood of 30, who met at the New England Conservatory of Music.
The Wichita Eagle
Mentor to hear a jazz geniusa Fred Hersch at the Barn at Prairie Pines
When five-time Grammy Award nominee Fred Hersch was 4, he played the piano with ease.