Monthly Archive: September 2021

Inside the Culture-Rich Cities of Iberia and the Mediterranean

Paris, Milan, Stockholm, Berlin, and London are all at the forefront when it comes to European cities that are big on design and a draw for culture aficionados too.

But other destinations on the continent are also worthy of bragging rights on both fronts with attractions that rival the draws offered in their better-known counterparts. Historic and ancient sites aside, we’re fans of the contemporary design and culture scenes in Lisbon, Malaga, Istanbul, Venice, and Athens—their appeal might be unknown, but for us, it’s unmistakable.

Discover our top three picks, some of which are a two-in-one example of art and

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Vintage Artwork Panoramic Photographs, Posters, Images, Wall Art, Framed Prints & More

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Hispanic and Latinx Changemakers Talk Style, Culture, and Identity

Photo credit: Courtesy of Carolina Irving, Lulu Cordero, Sara Beltrán, and Marina Larroudé

Photo credit: Courtesy of Carolina Irving, Lulu Cordero, Sara Beltrán, and Marina Larroudé

This is part of The Power of Us, a series running across Hearst Magazines that celebrates the deep and profound ways that Hispanic and Latinx culture has shaped America. To see the complete portfolio, click here.

Though it was officially established 33 years ago, this year’s National Hispanic Heritage Month may be more salient than ever. Recent census data indicates that Hispanics and Latinos had the most demographic gains of any other group measured, reaching nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population share over the

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Duke Energy Foundation awards $2,500 grant

Sep. 29—RUSHVILLE — Duke Energy Indiana has awarded $2,500 to Imagine:nation, Rush County Arts and Cultural Council.

The grant funds will be used to repurpose the Historical Booker T. Washington Community Center into a vibrate facility dedicated to providing a public space for creating and/or showcasing arts and culture that is an essential ingredient to the community.

The center will be used to as an art gallery, featuring local and regional artists. The Booker T. Washington Building will continue to be used by the community as an event/meeting space, but in addition there are plans to offer art classes, open

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