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POTTSTOWN – When friends at the previously abandoned historic Edgewood Cemetery planned to combine a yard cleanup with fundraising for an art fair, they weren’t sure if the creative touch would appeal to vendors or attendees. However, it was such a success that the group planned another event for Saturday, October 23, with the clean-up …

Nonprofits in the Neighborhood is a weekly column that highlights the efforts of a local nonprofit organization. Each week, EPNRC conducts an interview with non-profit organizations, local clubs (or organizations that serve the Estes region). The purpose of this regular column is to share the good work of organizations that are often the safety nets …

BAY CITY, MI – On Wednesday, September 29, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a $ 70 billion state budget that includes installments of funding for projects that will have a direct impact on Mid-Michigan . MLive previously reported that the state budget, which is being hailed as a bipartisan effort, globally includes $ 50.7 billion …

Aizawl-based Art Novelty Gallery is hosting a national online children’s art exhibition called Bridging Young Talents. The exhibition will be held from November 14 to 30e. Children aged 6 to 15 can participate by submitting their original work. The organizers have informed that they will be classified into two groups of 6 to 10 years …

Variety is the entertainment industry’s first publication to delve into TVN, or non-fungible tokens, which verify the ownership of digital content. The post’s NFTs will debut on Thursday Variety Power of women: event in Los Angeles in partnership with Sweet.io, which specializes in creating and hosting environmentally friendly NFT digital collectibles for entertainment and consumer …

ANN ARBOR, MI – The Artists and Craftsmen Guild will host its first A2 Artoberfest fine arts fair in early October, featuring 100 artists, shows, and food vendors, among other activities. Although the event was originally scheduled to take place last year, it was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Karen Delhey, executive director of …

The city council has started the process of updating the general city plan. The three-year venture is expected to cost $ 3.2 million, of which $ 2.8 million will go to PlaceWorks, the consulting firm selected by the Council in March. Part of the process is for PlaceWorks to engage the community “to influence the …

WWelcome to perhaps the most diverse art fair in the world: Superfine, which focuses on contemporary art and prides itself on its inclusiveness, offering an outsized representation of artists of color and LGBTQ + and female artists. Under the aegis of Superfine, three simultaneous art fairs featuring 130 artists will share the space of a …

Council welcomes the news that the Environmental Impact Statement (EIA) drafted as part of the state government’s plan to increase the height of the Warragamba dam wall has been released. The EIS was released to the public this week and can be viewed at www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/major-projects/project/10571 The publication of this important document for public comment allows …

Discussions of a traditional pay wall on the Daily Press website date back to at least 2015 – the year I started as a reporter – but it can probably be traced further back. A paywall, in essence, is a digital barrier that prevents certain website and mobile app content from being viewed unless you …