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May 31, 2022
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10 Things to Do This Weekend at Salem Arts Festival

by Felicia Cheney
Salem Arts Festival returns this weekend (June 3-5) in all of its glory for three days of art, music, poetry, performance, vending, and general spectacle. Because the schedule of events happening in and around Salem is so jam packed, we’ve decided to help you out by selecting 10 of the best happenings going on this weekend. But don’t just trust
May 31, 2022
May 27, 2021
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10 Things to Look Forward to at Salem Arts Festival 2021

by Felicia Cheney
Despite the the stress of a global pandemic, art has continued to unite us across many diverse communities. Salem Arts Festival, taking place June 4th through 6th, will be a relaxing and engaging get-away from that tiring virtual Zoom fatigue. Both residents and visitors are welcomed to attend this fantastic festival where local artists and businesses will shine in the
May 27, 2021
October 9, 2020
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Boston Street Artist Offers Vision For Future Of Columbus Statue

by joeyphoenix
Artist Cedric “Vise 1” Douglas presents a forward-looking vision for the future of memorials and monuments in the United States with his newest project “The People’s Memorial Project,” a pop-up public video projection installation, which addresses the current debate about public monuments and their controversial status. In the North End of Boston, MA stands an empty plinth that formerly held
October 9, 2020
September 18, 2020
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Scenes from #ParkingDay Around the World

by joeyphoenix
PARK(ing) Day 2020 is today, September 18th, and art parklets and vibrant community spaces are popping up all over the world, reimagining how parking lots and spaces can be activated for the community. The event exists to draw awareness to how much car parking takes up space in city centers, and to rethink what could potentially take its place if
September 18, 2020