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Weekend of March 22, 2024

Vox Aeterna presents Festival de la Voix, on now until April 13, 2024.



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Miniature Enthusiasts of Montreal:


2024 Dollhouse Miniature Exhibition and Sale, Saturday March 23rd 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday March 24th 10:00 to 4:00 p.m.

2953 rue Bélanger, Montreal. Closest metro station: St-Michel.



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News from The Salt Spring National Art Prize:



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Stories:


An Oscar changed everything for this public-school instrument repair shop. Academy Award-winning doc brings in donations for beloved L.A. public school program.


The Last Repair Shop filmmakers Kris Bowers, left, and Ben Proudfoot, right, pose with two of the documentary's stars, L.A. student musicians Porché Brinker, centre left, and Ismeral Calcaneo, centre right. (Todd Williamson/January Images)


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A pizzeria in Montreal is trying to reach new heights — literally. Pizzeria Napoletana has recently partnered with Space Concordia. Students are hoping to launch a successful rocket to space and with it, a special piece of Montreal on board.



Located in little Italy, Pizzeria Napoletana was originally a small bar. Pizza is a passion for Neapolitans and for us this passion has grown over the years and throughout generations. Today, the third generation is still preparing pasta and pizza with as much love and respect for our family traditions.



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Martin Greenfield, Tailor to Sinatra, Obama, Trump, and Shaq, Dies at 95. He dressed six presidents, coached designers and made thousands of suits for TV shows and movies. But his beginnings were dismal: He learned to sew at Auschwitz.


Martin Greenfield in 2010 at his men’s suit-making shop in Brooklyn. Arriving in the United States with just $10 to his name, he built a thriving business and a reputation as one of the country’s best men’s tailors. Credit...Stephanie Colgan for The New York Times


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'Imaginary Amazon' exhibition counters negative stereotypes through contemporary art. University Art Gallery at San Diego State University has just unveiled an exhibit, "The Imaginary Amazon," featuring works by contemporary artists, many of them Indigenous inhabitants of the forest. The artists' intent is to address some of the stereotypical Western perspectives of the Amazon.


"Terrazo Vajo," 2020, made by the artist Abel Rodríguez, from Colombia.  Credit: Marco Werman/The World


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