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Violinist Samuel Marder, “Devils among Angels: A Journey from Paradise and Hell to Life.”

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SAMUEL MARDER was born in 1930 in Chernovitz, Rumania, now Ukraine. His music studies began at the age of six. At age ten he won a prize which made him eligible to study in Moscow. World War II interrupted Marder’s brilliant beginning, and life changed completely. Young Samuel and his family were soon deported to a Nazi concentration camp.

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C[h]oral Stories and Collective Actions at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood

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“C[h]oral Stories and Collective Actions” at the Arts and Culture Center / Hollywood. On View Through Sun., May 15, 2022 Curated by Ombretta Agró Andruff with Meaghan Kent Participating artists: AMLgMATD, Beatriz Chachamovits, Caecilia Tripp and Kerwin Rolland, Elaine Defibaugh, Lauren Shapiro, and Morel Doucet.

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Tumelo Mosaka: International Curator of African Art

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TUMELO MOSAKA is an independent curator from South Africa. He has been collaborating with The Opa-locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC) for approximately 8 years, curating exhibitions that inspire and explore the complexity of living between cultures and places in a global society. His current exhibition Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Sculptures from Africa, opened on February 26th, 2022, at The ARC in Downtown Opa-locka.

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Writer Nicholas Garnett: “In the Pink”

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In his late 40s, NICHOLAS GARNETT received his MFA in Creative Writing from Florida International University (FIU), where he was a two-time recipient of the school’s literary award in nonfiction. He has taught creative writing at FIU, the Miami Book Fair International, and Writing Class Radio. Garnett is a freelance editor and co-producer of the Miami-based live storytelling series, Lip Service: True Stories Out Loud.

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ThumbsUp for the Inspirational Kerry Gruson

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KERRY GRUSON is an inspiration to all. Though permanently paralyzed at the age of 26, after being strangled and left for dead by a hallucinating Green Beret in Hawaii, the Harvard graduate worked for the New York Times for 27 years, and participates in competitive sports.. She is the co-founder of ThumbsUp International.

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