Monthly Archive: January 2022

Washington’s arts and culture sector lost nearly $100M when COVID-19 pandemic hit

Jan. 28—The corridors of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Browne’s Addition were quiet this week, the closure another casualty of COVID-19’s interruption of the humanities in Washington.

“We just didn’t have staff,” Wesley Jessup, the museum’s executive director, said Thursday. “We didn’t have the capacity.”

The arrival of the omicron variant caused the MAC to close its doors once again and prompted another round of cancellations in an industry that has been hit hard by the pandemic. A study released earlier this month by ArtsFund, a Washington nonprofit advocating for the arts, found that organizations promoting the

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Mega arts-and-crafts store Hobby Lobby coming to Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Come 2023, Staten Islanders will no longer have to drive over the Outerbridge Crossing for their arts-and-crafts and fast home fashions fix: Mega retailer Hobby Lobby announced this week that it will bring its project supplies and kitschy holiday merchandise to the borough sometime next year.

“At this time, we can confirm that a lease has been signed for our location in Staten Island at 2655 Richmond Ave., and our estimated opening is 2023,” a Hobby Lobby rep said in an email.

The company did not confirm the exact location of the future store, however that

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City of Aiken to take ownership of African American center | Local News

The city of Aiken is set to acquire the Center for African American History, Art and Culture after City Council’s meeting on Jan. 24.

The city is getting the center, located at 120 York St., free of charge, and the transfer will take effect on March 4.

The city has contributed funds of at least $621,000 for the renovation of the center over the last five years, according to agenda notes.

The center was closed for a time due to these renovations, but reopened in June 2021 for a Juneteenth celebration. Since that time, the center has been rented out

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