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Events, concerts, things to do in Myrtle Beach, SC in August

August in Myrtle Beach is full of art this year. Why not get out of the house and see some?

Brookgreen Gardens is hosting several art shows where you can buy sculptures, art, jewelry and more. The Grand Strand also has several plays happening next month, from the mysterious story of the Lovers’ Landing Beach Hotel to the tough-as-nails “Steel Magnolias,” a tale about a group of women living in Louisiana. At the end of the month, the Craftsmen’s Summer Classic kicks off the fall festival season, as hundreds of artists gather to showcase and sell their

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Philadelphia Arts and Culture Recovery Week events are happening all over this week

Just in case you didn’t know, the arts are back, and if you were anywhere near the block party at Cecil B. Moore Avenue and 33rd Street on Monday, you wouldn’t have to wonder.

We’re talking block party. Music. People in the street. Relief.

It continued Tuesday, this time in Malcolm X Park in West Philadelphia, with scheduled music, Mural Arts classes in graffiti art, a live DJ, music, people in the park. Relief.

Such activities, organized around the city’s parks and artists, continue throughout the week all over town.

It’s all part of Arts and Culture Recovery Week,

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Must see arts events for July

Phoenix might seem like the place to escape at this time of year — but the art scene this July might say otherwise. 

Art lovers can enjoy dinner and a show at Arizona Broadway Theatre or learn about French culture through music at the Musical Instrument Museum. Some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most precious belongings are in Phoenix for the summer, making his home  —Taliesin West — the perfect place to stop and cool off. And, you won’t want to miss the museum exhibitions featuring the work of textile artist Diedrick Brackens and sculptor Angel Cabrales, as they’re nearing the

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Juneteenth 2021 events across L.A. and Orange County

A mashup of its historic date, Juneteenth marks June 19, 1865, the day enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas, received the news that they were free — nearly 2½ years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

Beginning as a regional holiday, the tradition slowly spread and in recent years has burst into broader awareness with the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement and demonstrations against police killings of Black Americans.

You can celebrate Juneteenth this year with local arts and culture events, virtual or in-person, across Southern California.

Moza Mjasiri Cooper, founder of the nonprofit Black Arts Los

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