Daily Archive: June 8, 2021

Center for African American History, Art, Culture hosting reopening on Juneteenth in Aiken | Local News

The Center for African American History, Art and Culture in Aiken will host a grand reopening while also celebrating Juneteenth.

The Juneteenth celebration will be from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 19, and admission to the center is free. Parking will be across the street at Aiken’s First Baptist Church, 120 Chesterfield St. N., which is directly across from the center.

“The building will be open for tours,” said Dr. Melencia Johnson, a board member with the Center for African American History, Art and Culture. “We’ll have some exhibits that are put on by art students from USC Aiken;

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ARTS AND CULTURE: Winter Robins – The Tribune

Genre Style: House, Techno, Disco, Electronic, Dance Music

Location: Ashland/Ironton (Tri-State)

www.winterrobins.com

How did the project start?:

Erica: We’ve been longtime friends and musical collaborators for years. We both love dance music, but we weren’t hearing a lot of new stuff out there that was getting us excited, so we decided to make our own. In the winter of 2019, Mark brought over a demo of Don’t Want to be Alone and the rest is history.

What are three adjectives to describe your style?

Energetic, upbeat, infectious

Walk us through your creative process. Does it vary, if so, how?
Mark:

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