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MUSIC: Eddie Gale, San Jose’s Ambassador of Jazz and Noted Jazz Educator, Succumbs to Cancer at Age 78

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MUSIC | Eddie Gale, San Jose’s Ambassador of Jazz & Noted Jazz Educator, Succumbs to Cancer at 78. Eddie Gale, the pioneering Brooklyn-born jazz trumpeter.

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SKRAPS in Review by Miranda Seaver

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ARTICLE | Memory is fleeting. Some things fade into obscurity, and what remains shifts slightly over time, becoming colored and warped as if left in the sun.

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The Edwardian World’s Faire in Review by Miranda Seaver

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Article by Miranda Seaver Venue: The Regency Ballroom Featuring: The Edwardian World’s Faire 2020 I was a weird kid. If you know me, even tangentially, this probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. I spent a majority of my formative years dressed in ill-fitting thrift store suits, making campfires at the park and carving …

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Almost Human: Digital Art from the Permanent Collection in Review by Miranda Seaver

Almost Human

ARTICLE | I love my robots. There’s an Amazon Echo in my bedroom who fills my room with lo-fi hip-hop beats on nights when insomnia has the best of me.

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Sense of Self in Review by Miranda Seaver

Sense of Self

ARTICLE | We’re all just trying to understand things. To know ourselves, each other, and the ways the past and future play in all our hands.

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2019 Gray Area Festival – Pierce Warnecke Live – ISM Hexadome in Review by Jon Bauer

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ARTICLE | Endless Growth (Data Decay v3) is an audiovisual performance by Pierce Warnecke using data to illustrate dynamic ecosystems.

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IllUM Art.Tech.Music (GAIKA vs. Madam X, The Flashbulb + More) in Review by Jon Bauer

IllUM Art.Tech.Music

VISUAL | IllUM: set your mind alight. We’re proud to announce the next installment of IllUM – a one-night festival of emerging tech and its effect on the visual, auditory, and tactile arts.

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15th Annual Joshua Tree Music Festival

article by Blanton Ross for ArtsEarth | photo by Bon Nielson When ArtsEarth contacted me about bearing witness to JTMF I became possessed with a flurry of curious expectations counting down the hours to the opening of the 15th annual festival. Many sources will tel you this is not the average festival. Where as Coachella bathes in glitz, …

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Spoke Art – Miyazaki

article & photos by Meaghan Alfonso for ArtsEarth One of Japan’s greatest animation directors, Hayao Miyazaki, has been an international inspiration. As Co-Founder of Studio Ghibli, his career has spanned for over five decades as this masterful storyteller. From “Kiki’s Delivery Service” to “Spirited Away”, his movies have touched so many hearts. He is what they …

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Membership | The Bach | Share Your Enthusiasm for Bach Society Performances

Happy Holidays and Consider a Membership to The Bach/Douglas Beach House as a Gift You receive the tax deduction and they receive four tickets and one-year priority reservations. The tickets can either be sent to you or to the recipient in your name with a brochure, calendar and explanatory letter. Individual tickets can also be …

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