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Cuomo Announces Pop-Up Performances Across New York

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York, who has made it clear that he sees the return of art and culture as key components of the economic revival of the state, announced Monday that a series of more than 300 free pop-up performances, “NY PopsUp,” would begin Feb. 20 and run through Labor Day.

Mayor Bill de Blasio, meanwhile, announced details of the city’s Open Culture program, which will permit outdoor performances on designated city streets this spring.

The state’s pop-up events are part of a public-private partnership, New York Arts Revival, and will feature more than 150 artists including

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Spartan Records Announces The Signing of Assertion

Spartan Records Announces The Signing of Assertion

Spartan Records will release ‘Intermission’, the debut album from Assertion on April 9th.

The project marks the official return of drummer William Goldsmith, who ten years ago, walked away from a successful music career that included stints as a founding member of Sunny Day Real Estate, The Fire Theft, and Foo Fighters.

Together with his Assertion bandmates, guitarist/vocalist Justin Tamminga (Blind Guides, Dying Trades) and, bassist Bryan Gorder, Assertion’s debut LP, ‘Intermission’, is real, propulsive, and earnest — a cathartic experience that proudly does not nestle nicely alongside current bands — or really many releases at all from the last

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Fusion Art Announces Its February 2021 Artist Spotlight Winners – Press Release

Palm Springs, CA, USA – February 2, 2021 – Fusion Art is pleased to announce its Artist Spotlight winners for February 2021. The Artist Spotlight Solo Art Exhibition Series highlights individual artists of exceptional talent and skill who have an overall body of work to showcase.

Each month, Fusion Art selects one traditional, one digital & photography, and one 3-dimensional artist (if the gallery received 3-dimensional entries) for month-long online solo art exhibitions. The gallery created this solo art exhibition opportunity as a means for emerging, mid-level and professional artists to gain more worldwide online exposure.

The February 2021 winners

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Comic-Con 2020 Announces ‘At Home’ Lineup (Updating)

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Comic-Con is going virtual this year, and though the 2020 installment of the annual event isn’t taking place in the usual San Diego Convention Center, the upcoming [email protected] festival will still feature plenty of panels and high-profile exhibitors.

Event organizers have begun to announce the schedule for the upcoming virtual event, which will be free and open to the public. Check below for the Comic-Con schedule (all times are Pacific Standard):

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