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Grammy Winner Jill Scott’s "Woman" Debuts at #1 on Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart

“I try to learn to not do more than I need,” Billboard and three-time Grammy winner Jill Scott said about her fifth studio album entitled… 413 more words


"Empire" Wins Program of the Year at Television Critics Association Awards

“Empire” may have been snubbed by the Television Academy for this season’s Emmy Awards, but it won redemption from the Television Critics Association, winning the organization’s top prize, … 353 more words


Obama Taps Studio Museum of Harlem Curator Thelma Golden to Join Board of Presidential Library

Thelma Golden, former curator at the Whitney Museum and current director and chief curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, has been picked by… 312 more words


Solo exhibit by RCAA member in Covered Bridge Art Gallery

Photographic works by Sheila Ter Meer of Clay County will be featured in a solo exhibit throughout August in Covered Bridge Art Association’s Gallery at Rockville. 524 more words

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Todd Stokes wins First Place at Annual Midwest Photography Show; Sheila Ter Meer, Honorable Mention

River City Art Association vice president Todd Stokes received a First Place and an Honorable Mention for his entries in the 2015 Annual Midwest Photography Juried Exhibition in the Bicentennial Art Center at Paris, Ill. 132 more words

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CUNY’s Preparatory High School Renamed to Honor Derrick Smith, its Founding Principal

The City University of New York has renamed its preparatory high school in The Bronx in honor of Derrick Griffith, its founding principal. Dr. Griffith was killed in the Amtrak train wreck in Philadelphia this past May. 184 more words