Issue 29: Artscape
Published: July 17, 2013
This week, we are your guide to everything Artscape. Baynard Woods takes on a tour of the Midway-via Club Charles- and Bret McCabe profiles the Krar Collective. Plus, we have art, stage, and music highlights, a main stage schedule, and a map of the entire festival.
In Mobtown Beat, Edward Ericson Jr. details new problems facing the Harbor Point development, and we provide a map showing the correlation between vacant properties and murders. We also introduce J.M. Giordano's Summer of the Gun blog that shows the human side of this summer's crime scenes. And in City Folk, Danielle Sweeney profiles longtime nude art model Vicki Ford-Strange.
In the arts, Baynard Woods interviews novelist, long-form nonfiction writer, and publisher Mike Sager and reviews Pedro Almodovar's I'm So Excited, and Jenn Ladd reviews About Eve. Bret McCabe sheds light on the Rainbow Plays in Stage, and Rebecca Scott Lord sees the personal and the infinite in two shows at Jordan Faye Block.
In Eats and Drinks Henry Hong separates the peach from the pit, Martha Thomas tells us about Comings and Goings on the food scene, and Baynard Woods' Cheap Eats marvels over the mac 'n' cheese waffle at Plates.
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