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Bangarra Celebrates an Ancient and Vital Culture PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 October 2001 18:00
Stephen Page is talking about the men who run the United States government, and he’s getting irritated. His point is that men are exactly the wrong people to be leading a country through such a difficult time. “I think men are hopeless,” he says.

 
Aging Rockers and Easy Listening PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 23 October 2001 18:00
Concert promoters prefer venues that are willing to help market a show, or waive certain costs. These arenas are known to be “cooperative.” But there’s something else that’s more important. “You have to be able to sell tickets,” said Jade Nielsen, who runs Jade Productions in Bismarck, North Dakota.

 
Yes or No? PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 18 October 2001 18:00
Pass or fail, the struggle over the county’s $5 million contribution to Davenport’s River Renaissance project has had one positive byproduct: DavenportOne has been forced to stretch, reaching out to many different populations in the community with which it has frequently disagreed.

 
Nova 6 Series Brings the Summer’s Best Independent Films PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 09 October 2001 18:00
A lot of movie theatres give lip service to independent and foreign-language movies, but few actually follow through. The new Nova 6 theatre in Moline is making a six-week, 11-film commitment to art-house movies starting October 10, and it features nearly every noteworthy “little” movie of the summer.

 
Literary Magazine Buffalo Carp Aims for National Reputation PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 09 October 2001 18:00
W hen discussing the planned Quad City Arts literary magazine Buffalo Carp, the person in charge talks about the area’s rich literary culture, but this fish is also looking for a bigger pond. “It seems that someplace this literary should have something like this,” said Leslie Thompson, Quad City Arts administrator for advancement & literary arts.

 
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