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Install the Inspicio e-Magazine APP Now !

Install the Inspicio e-Magazine APP Now !
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FIVE complimentary editions of Inspicio’s e-Magazine are ready for installation and download to your Apple iPad (tablet) and iPhone from the Apple App Store.

TO INSTALL THE APP

From your iPad desktop or iPhone desktop, tap on the App Store icon.  Search for “inspicio” in the App Store and follow instructions.

THE CURRENT EDITION OF INSPICIO features a video interview with cover person Robert Battle, the Liberty City-raised dancer, choreographer, and Artistic Director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.  Battle describes his improbable and inspiring journey from wearing leg braces as a young boy to the apex of the dance world. And he continues to inspire new generations by bringing his dance company back to Miami every year, performing a free concert for young K-12 students, and offering free dance workshops and master classes to under-served communities.

In addition, there are video interviews with the multi-talented Eric Bogosian, who is currently appearing in the Showtime hit series Billions; Ellen Salpeter who directs the new ICA Miami; Billy Corben, the director of the documentary classic Cocaine Cowboys; Larissa MacFarquhar, who has been writing for The New Yorker for 20 years; and the indomitable Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law professor for 50 years, lawyer, TV commentator, Miami Beach resident, activist, and the author of 34 books.

With this issue we introduce Inspicio’s new poetry section, which features poems by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Cherry Pickman, Yaddyra Peralta, Ashley M. Jones, and Nick Vagnoni.

And we also have engaging articles by Alfredo GarciaJosé Toledo, and Wendy Townsend.

Finally, in our Last Laugh section we are pleased to present Alex Rocky Ferrer, a young Miami-based cartoonist with a big talent.

The best way to read the e-Magazine is on an iPad, but the iPhone version is more mobile.

We hope what you read, hear, and see in Inspicio adds value to your appreciation of the arts in Miami.

 

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