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Meklit Hadero, Singer/Songwriter

Meklit Hadero was just 2 when she, her two older sisters and parents fled to the U.S. from Ethiopia to escape the violence that followed the country’s 1974 revolution. They settled in Iowa before moving to Brooklyn, New York where Meklit sang in choirs and was introduced to the music of…
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Lynne Friedman’s work on display at The Bakery in New Paltz

ARTIST LYNNE FRIEDMAN spoke with Enjoy! about her nature forms and color-infused exhibit with The Bakery in New Paltz, which will be on display through Jan. 15th. To read the Portrait of the Artist, click…
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Robin Bells talks about new explorations into Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf

ROBIN BELL IS leading a team from Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in the ROSETTA-Ice Project, which is launching an ALAMO float and five others and conducting aerial surveys to study Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf. Click…
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Aleah Chapin’s nude portraits break away from traditional beauty standards

“IN CONTRAST, Seattle-based artist Aleah Chapin’s nude portraits are a world apart from the realm of so-called ‘bikini bodies,’ glistening six-packs, and thigh gaps.” Read the rest of Tricia Tongco’s article for attn: about Aleah’s new exhibition…
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Skidmore College invites Kristin Russo to talk LGBTQ inclusivity in sports

THE GROUP, Show Your Sport at Skidmore College in upstate New York has invited Kristin Russo and Kate Fagan to lead an on-campus discussion, “Coming Out in Sports.” Kristin, co-founder of Everyone is Gay and The Parents Project, and Kate, an…
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