“Seeking discomfort sounds odd, but you have to learn to embrace it, because it’s the only environment where sustained or exponential growth can occur.”
Artists based in the South have until mid February to submit work to the Wiregrass Biennial, one of Alabama’s biggest juried art competitions.
One of the biggest trade conferences in the world wrapped up on Friday, a year after its in-person component was canceled in favor of a…
Detroit successfully reaches into bag of tricks twice, adding to season’s memorable moments.
Have you ever thought about making art out of masks, empty hand sanitizer bottles or to-go boxes? This month, an art exhibition features materials that are pandemic staples.
Murrysville artist Patty Kennedy-Zafred can remember seeing the heartbreaking photographs shot by Lewis Hine in the early 1900s, documenting working conditions for juveniles for the National Child Labor Committee. “It was just really compelling, especi…
Conference attendees were required to wear masks and show proof of vaccination. A number of large tech companies pulled out weeks before the event due to the rise of COVID-19
In news taken from the logs of Cape Ann’s police and fire departments.
“These are both communities where you have black homeowners being deeply impacted by issues of environmental injustices.”
Backyard fun, trips to the park and summer days at the beach are a reward for making a lifestyle switch from Melbourne to Lara, but a young family has also cut their energy bills with help of their estate developer.