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“Imagine Visions of Hope,” A New Project from Carl-Philippe Juste

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By Elisa Turner

Prize-winning photojournalist CARL-PHILIPPE JUSTE knows when it’s time for heavy lifting. As the pandemic devastated Italy in February, Juste initiated the heavy lifting for a bold project — “Imagine Visions of Hope,” an online photo gallery that will eventually become traveling exhibits around the world.

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Dunk Tank Clowns

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DAVID SIMMONS, who goes by the name PATCHES, works as an insult clown in the dunk tank at carnivals. He wears a wetsuit and waterproof face paint and tries to entice fairgoers to buy a bucket of balls to throw at him

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39 Weeks Pregnant During a Pandemic — TODAY (41 weeks) IT’S A BOY !!

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With all of the potential fears that I considered throughout my pregnancy, a global pandemic wasn’t on my radar.

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Nu Deco Ensemble to Feature Piano Great Robert Glasper at New World Center

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For two shows at the NEW WORLD CENTER in Miami Beach, on March 13 and 14, NU DECO ENSEMBLE will team up with Grammy-winning jazz pianist ROBERT GLASPER, who is equally renowned for his virtuosic skill and eclectic taste, putting his mark on a diverse range of styles from jazz, R&B, neo-soul, hip-hop and even experimental rock.

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Dennis Cuadrado: Nighttime Photography

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Born and raised in Miami, DENNIS CUADRADO is a documentary and fine art photographer and educator. For over four decades he has concentrated on nighttime photography.

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Four Wives Share Louis Armstrong’s Story in ‘A Wonderful World’

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If you’re a person of a certain age, a lover of jazz, a fan of outsized personalities, you’re probably familiar with the late LOUIS ARMSTRONG.

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