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Art, Movies, Lit, Theater Courtesy Photo Kyler Watson stands with his painted news rack. He said he likes to make people happy with his art and he offers it to the community because he wants to share his talent. Staff Photo Nick Brothers Matt Miller,
If you have driven down Westheimer in Montrose recently, you may have seen a new mural being created on the side of Numbers Night Club...The mural includes several famous 80's and 90's alternative music artists faces or their band logos. Right now
Featured If you've been on Dickson Street lately, you may have seen some of the graffiti on the traffic boxes at each intersection. As it turns out, it's not graffiti it's art sanctioned by the city of Fayetteville and painted by Northwest Arkansas'
A Grammy-winning performer at the Free Press Summer Fest showed a local artist just how much she appreciated his work. For an artist who sells his work on the street, it's all about location, location, location. "I was looking for a spot that people
Here, he works on a piece for Hoehn's Bakery, at Conkling and Bank Streets. Eastern Ave. and Conkling St., a few doors down from Hoehn's Bakery...Owen: There is no circuit for international traveling artists...When you have to sleep on the floor or
With a sword jutting skyward from one hand and a crooked steel smile, the pirate greeted passers-by and garnered many questions at Conlon's booth at the Downtown Denver Arts Festival . "Every pirate needs a good wench," Conlon explained as he pointed
Similarly, anyone who looks beyond the success of well-known Bay Area festivals like Outside Lands will find an emotional debate about the city's ability to foster a healthy, independent music scene rumbling just below the surface. And yet, mid-to-
Lobykin's work will be featured in the upcoming Silicon Valley Open Studios tour...And this is where Lobykin diverges from many of his neighbors. "There's a bunch of people like me in Silicon Valley," he says. "The major difference is most of them
Community artists and economic development officials want to bring life to a dark, forgotten alley in downtown Kokomo. They envision an outdoor art gallery open 24 hours a day, and they hope to bring that vision to life by the first Friday in August.
Music, Clothing and Cafe, 4405 Butler St., Lawrenceville. $10 suggested donation. Things haven't been easy recently for Pittsburgh-born DJ Orlando "Buscrates" Marshall. In February, Buscrates who now lives in Atlanta was hit by a car while riding his