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Re: “At the Belger, a look at the architectures of victory and decay

Tracy, thanks for such a great article. Your pieces are part of that history too…producing documents that one day will be glimpses into the past. We saw the show and its amazing! Both of our maternal grandfathers worked at the Pratt-Whitney facility during and after WW II. As you implied too there are many great industrial sites that are still going as well as the others that are gone. I think of seeing the hot steel roll out of the mills in Sheffield while on the bus or the old Northeast power station that used to sit just east of the Capri casino that I used to work at. The turbine room at the steam plant, 2nd and Grand, is incredible still. Garry Noland

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Posted by Garry on 04/09/2014 at 7:04 AM

Re: “At the Belger, a look at the architectures of victory and decay

Wow! Beautifully written Ms. Abeln. Thanks for this review. - Mo Dickens, Gallery Assistant, Belger Arts Center

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Posted by Bothsides on 04/08/2014 at 10:06 PM

Re: “Heartland Men's Chorus executive director Rick Fisher answers our Stage Questionnaire

As Rick stated, this chorus is really so much more than just a chorus. Many have joined the chorus looking for an entrance into the gay community and have found it to be their primary source for friendships and relationships. There are also several straight who sing with the chorus because they identify as allies or enjoy the range and variety of the programming and appreciate the high performance standards. The combination of those standards and the repertoire make it unique.

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Posted by dajawood on 03/26/2014 at 11:04 AM

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