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Credit: The New York Times Mid-December brings an event that all college football fans relish in: the acceptance of the Heisman Trophy. The award honors a young man whose performance in college football stands out among the rest. Previous winners include the likes of...read more
Credit: Southern Living The holiday season is for spending time for showing our love to family, friends, and the world. Many people use this time of year to spread that love by giving back to their communities by volunteering at soup kitchens, donating to toy drives,...read more
Credit: Best Life Many business owners make it a point to give back to their communities. Sometimes this is through volunteering at a shelter, or simply donating money and resources to organizations who need them. One deli owner in San Antonio, however, takes a...read more
"Slaughter" is not generally a term one might associate with contemporary dance or classical ballet. This violent word was however, at the forefront of the first set of performances of the Miami City Ballet's 2019-2020 season. The three-part program began with...read more
The term "ballet" often means different things to different people. For most not familiar with the current state of this most sublime of art forms ballet means pirouettes, pas-de-deux and fluffy tu-tus. This notion of classical ballet is usually most attributed to a...read more
University dance ensembles are a bit like college sports teams. They offer an array of talent on a full scale from varsity to walk-on. The performers are working their craft for love of their art. The audience experiences the joy in the purity of the intent. Nobody...read more