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NEED TO KNOW: Week of Nov. 17 | Arts & Entertainment

GO ON A STUDIO TOUR Once a year, artists in Frederick and Washington counties open their studios to the public for a free, self-guided tour. Coined the Valley Craft Network, the artists and artisans involved offer a peek into their creative worlds with onsite demonstrations and conversation. And it goes without saying, if you’re looking …

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Cinema, Fashion, and Heritage – Saudi Gazette

Many films were produced with the aim to show tourist sites and historical narrations of the events, which showed the cultures and heritage, including the food, clothing, customs, and traditions. Perhaps the film “Born a King”, produced by the co-producer Todd Albert Nims and directed by Agustí Villaronga, demonstrated many cultures, customs, traditions, folk heritage, …

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Premiere screening of “Engineering Tragedy: The Ashtabula Train Disaster” slated for Dec. 11 at LHS | Local News

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — In celebration of the Ashtabula Foundation’s 100th anniversary, the public is invited to the premiere screening of the documentary about the Ashtabula train disaster. The film, “Engineering Tragedy: The Ashtabula Train Disaster” will be shown at 1 pm and 5 pm Dec. 11 at the Lakeside High School Performing Arts Center. Attendees …

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Heroes descend on NSU for Native ‘SkasdiCon’ | news

Superheroes, villains, artists, and pop culture fans of all kinds filled the Northeastern State University ballroom on Saturday, Nov. 5, for the first-ever Cherokee comics and pop culture convention, called SkasdiCon. “Skasdi” is a Cherokee slang word representing ‘pride, impressiveness, awesomeness, fierceness, or feistiness,’ which can all describe many comic book and video game characters …

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Branson’s God and country tourism draws patriotic Christians | Christianity

BRANSON, Mo. — A night at the Dolly Parton Stampede is a microcosm of life in these polarized United States. For nearly two hours, on a hot August night, a capacity crowd divided by North and South, Red and Blue, tried to outshout the other side, egged on by leaders who referred to the other …

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Harry Potter exhibition offers fans an immersive trip into the ‘Wizarding World’ |

ATLANTA — As visitors walk through “Harry Potter: The Exhibition,” they may get the feeling they are walking the halls of a certain school for witches and wizards. The exhibition is done in the style of other traveling exhibitions, such as “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition,” “Imagine Picasso” and “Titanic the Exhibition.” It allows visitors to …

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‘Don’t worry, the zombies can’t shoot back’ | news

Looking for something different than a traditional haunted house this Halloween? How about shooting zombies? At Grace Hill Farms in West Limestone, visitors have an opportunity to do just that. Zombie paintball is a fun outing for all ages, and don’t worry, the zombies can’t shoot back. Grace Hill Farms is owned by Preston and …

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National Geographic reveals its top destinations for 2023 | News 19 Daybreak

It’s never too early to start planning for next year’s big trips. National Geographic is getting an early start, too, releasing its Best of the World list in late October with 25 must-see destinations for 2023. Respect — for the people and their cultures, for the land and its conservation — is an overarching theme …

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