Daily Archive: October 3, 2021

Miami Beach efforts to tone down South Beach party scene are racist, critics say

An effort by police in Miami Beach, Florida, to turn down the volume of South Beach’s raucous party scene is being labeled as racist by some critics.

City officials have been attempting to reduce noise levels and crime along the 10-block stretch of Ocean Drive known for art deco hotels, restaurants and bars, arguing that increased revenue from the partygoers is not worth the headaches for local residents.

“We cannot accept this as our normal,” Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said. “What we have called an entertainment district has become an incredible magnet for crime and disorder, and whatever

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The ‘Multicultural’ mural’s long goodbye

Oct. 3—Adios to “Multicultural,” the colorful, but faded, mural that has been part of Santa Fe’s streetscape since 1980, gracing a huge building wall on Guadalupe.

Under an agreement intended to settle pending litigation, the mural created by Chicano artist Gilberto Guzman and others will be covered with new stucco as construction of a new modern art museum proceeds, a win for the state Department of Cultural Affairs and its plans for the old Halpin Building.

It’s a loss, though, for supporters of restoring and keeping Guzman’s mural, who maintained during public protests that its removal would continue erosion of

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Portland Arts Council votes not to restore Washington, Lincoln statues toppled in 2020 riots

The Regional Arts & Culture Council Board of Directors endorsed a recommendation Wednesday that toppled and removed monuments not be returned to their previous locations and to inform the city of Portland, Oregon.

The statues include: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt: Rough Rider, Harvey Scott, and Promised Land. City officials have decided that Elk will return to downtown Portland.


RACC’s Public Art Committee (PAC) made the recommendation not to return the five statues to their previous locations. The committee oversees and guides Public

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