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From Everywhere and Nowhere PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
Hella is a band from Sacramento, California. But Zach Hill wants you to know that Hella is also a person. Sort of. Hella is “a musical thing that became a person unto itself,” Hill said. “There’s such an evolution.

 
Sophisticated and Fun Work Emerges from Mismatched Artists PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
When I walked into MidCoast Gallery West in Rock Island to see the current exhibit featuring works by B. Thomas Lytle and Steve Banks, my senses were bombarded. I was overwhelmed by the number and disparateness of pieces on display, and didn’t really know where to begin.

 
Rock Island Library Brings Back “A Whole Lotta Shakespeare” PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:00
Editor’s note: This is the debut of a new feature in the River Cities’ Reader highlighting news, events, and other information about local libraries. • In celebration of William Shakespeare’s birthday, the Rock Island Public Library will present “A Whole Lotta Shakespeare Going On,” hosting many Shakespeare-related activities for the culture hound.

 
Whimsy, Boldness, and Sensitivity Meet in Stunning Exhibit PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Johanna Welzenbach-Hilliard   
Tuesday, 15 February 2005 18:00
I was greeted by myriad colors and shapes as I entered the MidCoast Fine Arts Gallery in LeClaire to see its current exhibit. Lisa Mahar’s three-dimensional, functional art is unfettered and bold, while Leslie Bell’s more muted portraits and figure paintings are sensual and evocative.

 
MidCoast Show Invokes the Industrial Past PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 25 January 2005 18:00
As I walked into MidCoast Gallery West in downtown Rock Island, I was immediately transported back in time to my grandfather’s garage in upstate New York. The image was complete, from the old dusty equipment whose purpose and use were a mystery, to the used license plates adorning the walls where the grimy pegboard paneling didn’t quite cover.

 
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