Daily Archive: May 22, 2021

The art issue: The Lowcountry’s culture, design and architecture | Business






Calvin Royal III in Apollo, © The George Balanchine Trust. Photo- Rosalie O'Connor.

Ballet dancers will take to the stage June 4-7 at the College of Charleston’s River’s Green. Calvin Royal III in Apollo, © The George Balanchine Trust. Photo- Rosalie O’Connor.


There is a reason Charleston has been called the best city in the world. The culture, the architecture, the grand homes and the natural wonders that surround us are renowned.

In 1977, Spoleto Festival USA brought an even sharper focus to what we have in our nook of the globe. The pandemic prevented the annual festival in 2020 for the first time since its inception. But, it’s back, and it begins

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Exhibit explores banned Jingle Dress dance, crimes against Native American women

Century-old art forms and a story of healing are at the center of Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s latest exhibit, and a meaningful addition to the park’s summer program highlighting Native American culture.

“The Jingle Dress,” an exhibit of elaborate ceremonial garments made by the women who dance while wearing them, is on display at the park’s museum through Sept. 6.

The exhibit tells the story behind the dress, the dance, and their powerful spiritual connection to healing. It’s also intended to bring awareness of violent crime targeting Native American women.

Turtle Bay Exploration Park presents "The Jingle Dress," an exhibit of Native American women's ceremonial clothing. The red jingle dress and dance have been adopted by those at the forefront of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.

Both are fresh in the mind of April Carmelo of

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The Travel & Leisure Destination Of The Year!

How to disinfect your hotel room in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to medical experts. American travel to Mexico has elevated over the previous few months, as airways have added flights again to their schedules.

What COVID-era travel changes are likely here to stay? – WVIR

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Murals and Muses Walk to Explore New Brunswick’s Vibrant Art Scene, Culture

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A two-mile walk that will weave its way through the Downtown area and Esperanza neighborhood  will showcase New Brunswick’s vibrant art scene, explore its rich and diverse culture and even recall important moments in its storied history.

The Hub City Humanities for Murals and Muses inaugural art and photo walk is scheduled to start at City Hall at 78 Bayard St. at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 22.

Seven of the city’s colorful, large-scale murals, whose creation was made possible by various city organizations as well as Middlesex County’s continued dedication to supporting the arts, will be

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