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Earlier this year, Mayor McLean and the Boise City Department of Arts and History announced Boise Contemporary Theater as the 2022-23 City of Boise Cultural Ambassador. Since their first production in 1996, Boise Contemporary Theater has been committed to telling new, interesting stories and inspiring our community to examine their perspective the perspectives of those around them.

The City of Boise Cultural Ambassador Program was created in 2010, and past ambassadors include Anthony Doerr, Treefort Music Fest and the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Last year's ambassador was MING Studios.

Left to right: Director of Arts & History Terri Schorzman, Boise Contemporary Theater Producing Artistic Director Benjamin Burdick, MING Studios Founder Jason Morales
Last night, alumnus Cultural Ambassador MING Studios met with current City of Boise #BOICulturalAmbassador Boise Contemporary Theater to relay the baton and exchange best practices at BCT’s theater location on Fulton Street.

During his tenure and despite the pandemic, Founder Jason Morales and his team at MING Studios continued to build on and create new partnerships with arts and educational programs abroad, bringing weekly online artist screenings from Europe, and hosting and featuring solo and group exhibitions by local and international artists. In response to COVID-19, MING Studios also developed new programming, like the popular “My _____ on Mondays”, and offered its space for studio usage to local artists for free.

As Cultural Ambassador, Producing Artistic Director Benjamin Burdick and his Team at BCT will continue the theater’s legacy of outreach to teachers and schools through the Academy for Contemporary Theater and the Theater Lab programs, and build on the success of its inaugural playwright’s festival. While still in the early stages of planning, Benjamin hopes to commission a play with themes that are both specific to Idaho, and universal enough to take to other theaters around the country and potentially beyond.

Image: Director of Arts & History Terri Schorzman (left) and Jason Morales (right) hand Cultural Ambassador award to Benjamin Burdick (middle).
Thanks MING Studios ❤️
Congratulations to Boise Contemporary Theater for being named the next City of Boise’s Cultural Ambassador!

During her State of the City Address, Mayor McLean touched on the importance of memorializing our stories so future generations can understand how we weathered this period of growth and change, together, making the storytellers at BCT a perfect fit for this role.

Of this appointment, Producing Artistic Director Ben Burdick says:

"As a theater that values collaboration and connection within the community, BCT will continue to make our thought-provoking main-stage productions, as well as our education programs, accessible to as many Boiseans as possible. We look forward to partnering with the City to promote Boise’s exemplary arts organizations within our own community, across the country and internationally."

Our sincere thanks to MING Studios for leading in this role for the last two years, and for meeting the challenges faced during the coronavirus pandemic with flexibility, creativity, and innovation.

The City of Boise Cultural Ambassador is appointed by the Mayor of Boise every odd-numbered year, for two years. Acting as Boise’s honorary representative to the world, the Cultural Ambassador engages with national and international audiences through the public expression of culture that helps develop, document, research, share, or reflect upon Boise’s cultural life.

Images: Boise Contemporary Theater by Brooke Burton; Theater Lab (2 & 3) and The Wolves by Andy Lawless

#boiculturalambassador #boiart #CityofBoise
ANNOUNCING …the recipients of grant funding for fiscal year 2022! 26 organizations will receive grant awards between $5,000 and $3,000 for cultural projects that occur between October 1, 2021 and September 30, 2022 and benefit Boise residents.

The recipients are:

*Alzheimer’s Association: Greater Idaho
*Argos Productions
Basque Museum & Cultural Center
Boise Gay Men's Chorus & Boise Women's Chorus
Boise Baroque Orchestra
Boise Philharmonic
Boise Rock School
*FARE Idaho
*Flamencos United
Foote Park Project – Foundation for Idaho History (Idaho State Historical Society)
GlobalLounge
HomeGrown Theatre
Idaho Dance Theatre - IDT
Idaho Film Foundation
Idaho Shakespeare Festival
LED
*Lost Grove Brewing
MING Studios
Opera Idaho
KRBX, Radio Boise - 89.9/93.5 FM
Story Story Night
TAG Historical Research & Consulting
The Boise Chordsmen
*The Twisted Ewe, a yarn shop
*Treefort Community Fund (Treefort Music Fest)
TRICA Children's Arts

*indicates first-time recipients

Congratulations to everyone! Learn more about their projects by heading to www.boiseartsandhistory.org.

Read press release: https://bit.ly/2WpGvHU

Images: Arts & History Grant Recipients Boise Gay Men’s & Women’s Choruses, Story Story Night, Meaghan Novoa, and Idaho Office for Refugees

City of Boise #AHGrant
OPPORTUNITIES: 2021 Mayor's Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture Performances AND City of Boise Cultural Ambassador

Learn more and apply! https://bit.ly/3zMBBUD

As a government agency and with a responsibility to support Boise’s creative and cultural sector, we have striven to bring about several initiatives this past year to support the creative community in a time of crisis. We are excited to open two more for Boise area creative and cultural workers.

2021 MAYOR'S APPRECIATION DAY FOR ARTS, HISTORY, & CULTURE PERFORMANCES

In lieu of the biennial Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts & History, the 2021 Mayor’s Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture will create an opportunity for our community to come together in celebration of our broader cultural sector with performances by and compensation for these irreplaceable workers.

We invite Boise area artists, performers, and organizations to submit applications for the opportunity to perform during the first ever Mayor’s Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture, scheduled for September 9, 2021 on City Hall Plaza. We encourage artists to showcase existing work, however, new work may also be submitted.

Learn more and apply through July 19, 2021! https://bit.ly/2SUtLaV

CITY OF BOISE CULTURAL AMBASSADOR

Every odd-numbered year, the Mayor of Boise appoints a local arts organization and/or individual as Cultural Ambassador to exemplify the best of Boise’s vibrant and diverse cultural community and to represent our city to the world. Awardees are offered funding for a two-year term of service. MING Studios is the current #BOICulturalAmbassador.

Applications for the City of Boise Cultural Ambassador for fiscal years 2022 & 2023 are open through July 19, 2021. The next Cultural Ambassador will be announced at the 2021 Mayor’s Appreciation Day for Arts, History, & Culture on September 9, 2021.

Learn more and apply! https://bit.ly/2TRDGya

Find out more about the City of Boise's Cultural Leadership programs: https://bit.ly/3zMBBUD

Image: Performance by Shimi Tree at 2017 World Village Fest by former City of Boise Cultural Ambassador and #AHGrant Recipient GlobalLounge

Mayor McLean #boiart #boihistory #boisecreates
Artist Bryan Anthony Moore’s exhibit titled “Washington B.C.” opened May 14 at MING Studios. The exhibit features watercolors, sculptures and a kind of collage that showcases Moore’s historical and archival research. The watercolors and sculptures are a reimagining of different historical figures and the mythic construction of their tales.
Dark Progressivism
Directed and Produced by Rodrigo Ribera D'Ebre
Produced by James L. Yi
MING Studios
ARTS & HISTORY GRANTS - May 1 through June 16, 2021

We are excited to accept applications for the City of Boise's annual Grant program starting on Saturday, May 1, 2021 through Wednesday, June 16, 2021. The program will award a total of $150,000 to individuals and organizations in established and emerging creative and cultural fields with proposals designed to directly benefit Boise residents. Projects must occur between Oct. 1, 2021 and Sept. 30, 2022.

Potential applicants are invited to join a virtual Fiscal Year 2022 Arts & History Grant Informational Workshop on Tuesday, May 4, at 12 p.m. (MT). Can't make it? Check back for a recording!

Applications must be submitted online. Access grant criteria and a link to the application at www.boiseartsandhistory.org/grants.

Images: Arts & History Grant Recipients Idaho Dance Theatre - IDT (photo by Mike Reid), Arlie Sommer (photo by Guy Hand), MING Studios, KRBX, Radio Boise - 89.9/93.5 FM

#AHGrant #boiart #boihistory
The exhibition runs all month at MING Studios.
ANNOUNCING ... the recipients of our second round of grant funding for the fiscal year 2021 cycle! 15 recipients will receive grant awards between $5,000 and $2,000 for Boise projects and initiatives that occur between April 1 and September 30, 2021 in both established and emerging cultural fields.

The recipients are:

*African Community Development
Basque Museum & Cultural Center
Boise All-ages Movement Project
Boise Philharmonic
Christian Winn - Storyfort
GlobalLounge
Idaho Film Foundation
Interfaith Sanctuary Housing Services
JMS & Company
*Meaghan Novoa
MING Studios
*Moise Mzaliwa
Open Arms Dance Project
Preservation Idaho
TRICA

*indicates first-time recipients

Congratulations to everyone! Learn more about our Arts & History Grant Recipients and their projects here: https://bit.ly/2XBJElj

Images: Arts & History Grant Recipients Boise Philharmonic (Photo by Brooke Burton), Open Arms Dance Project (Photo by Brooke Burton), and LED

City of Boise #AHGrant #boiart #boihistory
Wer rannte, auf den wurde geschossen: "Dark Progressivism" (https://www.facebook.com/darkprogressivism) ist ein Dokumentarfilm über die (Graffiti-)Kunstszene im Los Angeles der letzten Jahrzehnte. Prominente Künstler erzählen von Gewalt, ausgeübt mal von der Polizei, mal von Gangs, über die Crackepidemie der 80er Jahre, über die Armut und darüber, wie ihre Kreativität sie befreite. #berlinalive
https://www.berlinalive.de/event/connectionsscreenings-woechentliche-filmreihe-1268
BLO-Ateliers Dark Progressivism MING Studios

MING Studios is a contemporary art center and residency program. Our mission is to exhibit, explore, and experience contemporary arts and cultures.

Operating as usual

01/17/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 23 is brought to you by MING Studios via public archives. The episode features three recordings made in 1917 by Irish-American piper, Tom Ennis. Ennis was born in 1888 in the US and was taught to play the Uilleann pipes by his father, John Ennis, who emigrated from Kildare, Ireland.

Young Ennis grew up steeped in the Irish-American Gaelic community and became a well-known piper. In early adolescence he became the youngest member ever admitted into the Irish Music Club of Chicago, playing amongst the most elite musicians of the day. He went on to perform in Vaudeville and was very active in the New York and Chicago music scenes.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

My___on Mondays Episode 23 is brought to you by MING Studios via public archives. The episode features three recordings made in 1917 by Irish-American piper, Tom Ennis. Ennis was born in 1888 in the US and was taught to play the Uilleann pipes by his father, John Ennis, who emigrated from Kildare, Ireland.

Young Ennis grew up steeped in the Irish-American Gaelic community and became a well-known piper. In early adolescence he became the youngest member ever admitted into the Irish Music Club of Chicago, playing amongst the most elite musicians of the day. He went on to perform in Vaudeville and was very active in the New York and Chicago music scenes.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

01/10/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 22 is by Barnett Cohen. Cohen (b. Cape Town, South Africa) is a q***r poet, painter, performance maker, and political activist who lives and works in Los Angeles and New York City. He has exhibited, staged performances, and held readings at REDCAT, JOAN, LAXART, Pieter Space, 356 Mission, Human Resources, The Box (Los Angeles), The International Center For Photography, Beverly's, JDJ (New York), Vox Populi (Philadelphia), Open Space/SFMOMA City Limits (San Francisco & Oakland), and The Onassis Foundation (Athens, Greece). He has been in-residence at SVA, Skowhegan, MacDowell, and is currently an artist-in-residence at the NARS Foundation, New York. In 2020, he was nominated for the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Grant. Cohen is also the founder of the Mutual Aid Immigration Network (MAIN). Established in 2017, MAIN is a trilingual free assistance hotline for people detained in immigration detention centers across the US. MAIN connects people in detention with bond funds and legal services that can accelerate their freedom from incarceration. www.barnettcohen.com

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

My___on Mondays Episode 22 is by Barnett Cohen. Cohen (b. Cape Town, South Africa) is a q***r poet, painter, performance maker, and political activist who lives and works in Los Angeles and New York City. He has exhibited, staged performances, and held readings at REDCAT, JOAN, LAXART, Pieter Space, 356 Mission, Human Resources, The Box (Los Angeles), The International Center For Photography, Beverly's, JDJ (New York), Vox Populi (Philadelphia), Open Space/SFMOMA City Limits (San Francisco & Oakland), and The Onassis Foundation (Athens, Greece). He has been in-residence at SVA, Skowhegan, MacDowell, and is currently an artist-in-residence at the NARS Foundation, New York. In 2020, he was nominated for the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Grant. Cohen is also the founder of the Mutual Aid Immigration Network (MAIN). Established in 2017, MAIN is a trilingual free assistance hotline for people detained in immigration detention centers across the US. MAIN connects people in detention with bond funds and legal services that can accelerate their freedom from incarceration. www.barnettcohen.com

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

01/03/2022

My___on Mondays Episode 21 is by Christy Claymore. Claymore (she/her) is a writer, researcher, freelance editor, and former adjunct English professor. She is an emerging poet whose work has been included in the previous three anthologies published by The Cabin, as well as in The Panorama Project, a pandemic arts segment underwritten by The Idaho Press Tribune and Surel's Place.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

My___on Mondays Episode 21 is by Christy Claymore. Claymore (she/her) is a writer, researcher, freelance editor, and former adjunct English professor. She is an emerging poet whose work has been included in the previous three anthologies published by The Cabin, as well as in The Panorama Project, a pandemic arts segment underwritten by The Idaho Press Tribune and Surel's Place.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

12/06/2021

My___on Mondays' twentieth episode is by Jodeen Revere. Revere is an Idaho actor and writer, and a regular contributor to MING Studios programming. Her first reading at MING in 2019 became the spring board for her one woman show, The Persistent Guest. This darkly humorous story of her trifecta of cancer experiences, less than desirable relationships and life philosophy, premieres at Boise Contemporary Theater in January of 2022. In addition to her work on stage, in film and readings of her personal essays, she has been part of two Migration Theory site specific productions: S5 and Small Matters.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#jodeenrevere #boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

My___on Mondays' twentieth episode is by Jodeen Revere. Revere is an Idaho actor and writer, and a regular contributor to MING Studios programming. Her first reading at MING in 2019 became the spring board for her one woman show, The Persistent Guest. This darkly humorous story of her trifecta of cancer experiences, less than desirable relationships and life philosophy, premieres at Boise Contemporary Theater in January of 2022. In addition to her work on stage, in film and readings of her personal essays, she has been part of two Migration Theory site specific productions: S5 and Small Matters.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#jodeenrevere #boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

11/29/2021

My___on Mondays' nineteenth episode is by Idaho author and screenwriter, Samantha Silva. Silva's debut novel, Mr. Dickens and His Carol, was published by Flatiron Books in 2017, followed by Love and Fury: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft in May of 2021. Her essays appear on LitHub, and her short story, “Leo in Venice,” was the September 2019 issue of One Story. She is currently working with Seattle Repertory Theater to adapt Mr. Dickens and His Carol for the stage, and was a 2020 Idaho Commission on the Arts Literary Fellow. Learn more about Samantha and her work at www.samanthasilvawriter.com.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #contemporaryart #boiseartsandculture

My___on Mondays' nineteenth episode is by Idaho author and screenwriter, Samantha Silva. Silva's debut novel, Mr. Dickens and His Carol, was published by Flatiron Books in 2017, followed by Love and Fury: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft in May of 2021. Her essays appear on LitHub, and her short story, “Leo in Venice,” was the September 2019 issue of One Story. She is currently working with Seattle Repertory Theater to adapt Mr. Dickens and His Carol for the stage, and was a 2020 Idaho Commission on the Arts Literary Fellow. Learn more about Samantha and her work at www.samanthasilvawriter.com.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #contemporaryart #boiseartsandculture

11/22/2021

My___on Mondays' eighteenth episode is by Idaho author and screenwriter, Samantha Silva. Silva's debut novel, Mr. Dickens and His Carol, was published by Flatiron Books in 2017, followed by Love and Fury: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft in May of 2021. Her essays appear on LitHub, and her short story, “Leo in Venice,” was the September 2019 issue of One Story. She is currently working with Seattle Repertory Theater to adapt Mr. Dickens and His Carol for the stage, and was a 2020 Idaho Commission on the Arts Literary Fellow. Learn more about Samantha and her work at www.samanthasilvawriter.com.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #contemporaryart #boiseartsandculture

My___on Mondays' eighteenth episode is by Idaho author and screenwriter, Samantha Silva. Silva's debut novel, Mr. Dickens and His Carol, was published by Flatiron Books in 2017, followed by Love and Fury: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft in May of 2021. Her essays appear on LitHub, and her short story, “Leo in Venice,” was the September 2019 issue of One Story. She is currently working with Seattle Repertory Theater to adapt Mr. Dickens and His Carol for the stage, and was a 2020 Idaho Commission on the Arts Literary Fellow. Learn more about Samantha and her work at www.samanthasilvawriter.com.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #contemporaryart #boiseartsandculture

11/08/2021

My on Mondays' seventeenth episode is by Zach Herbert. Herbert is a Boise based musician and performance artist who has been creating under the moniker of "St. Terrible" for the past 10 years. With work that tends to be existentially charged and skewing towards the rougher edges of the human experience, Herbert has created a wide array of works ranging from immersive dance pieces to short music films. For this piece, the aim was to create something small and soft, a brief meditative moment of relief from the intense anxiety and feelings of detachment Herbert had been experiencing around the time of its creation.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at www.mingstudios.org.

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

My on Mondays' seventeenth episode is by Zach Herbert. Herbert is a Boise based musician and performance artist who has been creating under the moniker of "St. Terrible" for the past 10 years. With work that tends to be existentially charged and skewing towards the rougher edges of the human experience, Herbert has created a wide array of works ranging from immersive dance pieces to short music films. For this piece, the aim was to create something small and soft, a brief meditative moment of relief from the intense anxiety and feelings of detachment Herbert had been experiencing around the time of its creation.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at www.mingstudios.org.

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #boiseartsandculture

10/30/2021

Come join us tonight for your last chance to see this year's HOLDING WHAT CAN'T BE HELD exhibition! 6-8pm.

Photos from MING Studios's post 10/27/2021

We've had such wonderful readings by fantastic writers the past few weeks! Thank you so much Jodeen Revere and Samantha Silva!

10/25/2021

My on Mondays' sixteenth episode is by Huma Aatifi. Huma was born in Kabul, Afghanistan and came to the US in 2002. She is a painter and heads the musical project Unda Fluxit. Her piece is titled “My Salamuna”, which comes from “Salam”, a Muslim greeting. In it, Aatifi takes the listener on a meandering tour through various aspects of her life, welcoming us to her inner world.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #contemporaryart #boiseartsandculture

My on Mondays' sixteenth episode is by Huma Aatifi. Huma was born in Kabul, Afghanistan and came to the US in 2002. She is a painter and heads the musical project Unda Fluxit. Her piece is titled “My Salamuna”, which comes from “Salam”, a Muslim greeting. In it, Aatifi takes the listener on a meandering tour through various aspects of her life, welcoming us to her inner world.

My___on Mondays explores the possessive “My” through narratives, art and sound. Every Monday, we publish a new audio, performance or experimental piece where only one rule applies: the title must begin with the determiner “My”.

Listen to the episode at:
https://www.mingstudios.org/my-on-mondays.html
https://www.patreon.com/MINGStudios

#boiculturalambassador #AHgrant #boiseartscene #contemporaryart #boiseartsandculture

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Tonight! A reading by author Samantha Silva - Don't miss out!

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Home | samanthasilvawriter “A charming, comic, and ultimately poignant story about the creation of the most famous Christmas tale ever written. It’s as foggy and haunted and redemptive as the original...”

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