It has been told and retold over and over, in movies (Pretty Woman), books (La Dame aux Camelias) and musicals (Moulin Rouge), but no one tells the story quite like Verdi. This Saturday, April 27th, witness a love story as old as time at La Traviata, hosted by Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre...
This Friday, see the play nominated for five 2018 Lucille Lortel Awards, including the title of Outstanding Play. Pipeline, a stirring piece by Dominique Morisseau, documents what happens when a mother’s hopes for her son clash with an educational system rigged against him. Check it out at...
Arbor Day is a nationally-celebrated observance that encourages tree planting and care. Founded by J. Sterling Morton in Nebraska in 1872, National Arbor Day is celebrated each year on the last Friday in April. Morton first proposed Arbor Day as a tree planting holiday in 1872 at a meeting of the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture. On the first Arbor Day, April 10 1874, prizes were offered to counties and to individuals for properly planting the largest number of trees. It was claimed that more than 1 million trees were planted in Nebraska on that day.
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