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In June, the Z brought film back to area audiences with the debut of Cinema New Bedford. For the first time, a dedicated series was being devoted to screening independent art and foreign films. Read more

The Insider

On May 15, 2021, the park dedicated its 80-percent scale replica of Washington, D.C.'s Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall with a ceremony attended by dignitaries and those who worked to bring the monument to the city... Read more

Prime Times

The educators involved in Orange Shirt Day are committed to telling a more inclusive and truthful history of the present-day United States, no matter how uncomfortable. Read more

The Insider

Cape Verdean Theme

David Guadelupe

Anyone taking a self-guided tour of the Whaling City's largest murals and colorful examples of public art should start with the oldest "Dignity," which has graced a wall near the corner of Spring and South Sixth streets since 2001... Read more

The Insider

Tropical heat in Finland, Siberian tundras ablaze, once-in-a-lifetime snow in Brazil, deadly mudslides in Japan, raging floods in Germany and China. This summer seemed to be the tipping point for extreme effects of global warming. Read more

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The Question of the # 13

John Sideli

When an artist dies, they leave behind not only personal and real property, but also the remainder of their body of work that can span decades. Generally, it is left up to the artist’s family to preserve their work and legacy after their death. Read more

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