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Julie Halston To Get Special Tony Award For Her Advocacy

Theater actor and 4-time CWCW Alum Julie Halston will receive the Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award for her work fighting the lung-scarring disease pulmonary fibrosis. We could not be more proud of our friend and this accomplished, inspiring woman! The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced Wednesday that Halston would get the…
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JOYOUS STRINGS Fill the Air As Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Returns For Its Third Season

The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society comes back for the first time since the pandemic, live, in person, for a thrilling program of string trios. The vibrant trio consisting of Artistic Director Jia Kim (cello), CWCW alum Molly Carr (viola), and Siwoo Kim (violin) will hold a public performance at…
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Entrepreneur Aileen Bordman Adds Wine to the Monet’s Palate Brand

After writing and producing a movie and writing two books about Monet’s gardens, entrepreneur Aileen Bordman has added wine to the Monet’s Palate brand. Following in the footsteps of her mother, Dame Helen Rappel Bordman, Aileen is embracing the stewardship of Monet’s home and garden. The elder Ms. Bordman first…
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There’s More to Food Waste Innovation Than Tech, According to ReFED’s Dana Gunders

For The Spoon’s Food Waste Insights and Innovation Forum, done in partnership with nonprofit ReFED, tech is only one piece of the solution. When it comes to food waste, true innovation is as much about new business models, behaviors, and ways of thinking as it is about advances…
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Athena Film Festival 2021 to Feature Mama Gloria

The 11th annual Athena Film Festival will take place virtually in March in celebration of Women’s History Month. As in the past, the program includes features, documentaries, and shorts, and this year, it includes the film Mama Gloria, which documents the life of transwoman Mama Gloria…
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