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"It's time to refresh the project, look at options of location and ensure that our communication about the project is more clear than it has been in the past."

Big changes for Downtown's Modern?

November 21st, 2014

"It's time to refresh the project, look at options of location and ensure that our communication about the project is more clear than it has been in the past."

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    Plus David Sedaris at Smith Center and secret pot stickers.

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    The moments between the moments, the experiences that slip away and the “beauty in the ordinary.”

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    The exhibit features scenarios so over the top you want to laugh—and so real you want to cry.

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    The new space is a joint effort by a trio of artists and faculty at Northern Arizona University.

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    Even as the gallery scene is slowing, the Arts District is getting some attention.

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    Art and bikes and kids, topped with a Slayer-based success story.

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    With galleries closing, creative spaces in the Downtown neighborhood have hit a low note.

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    Academia is both a boon and bane to artists’ careers.

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    The art component of Life Is Beautiful hit visitors with a multi-sensory wallop, the kind of one-two audio/visual punch taking over the streets outside.

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    The artist's button-covered "Soundsuit" is now on display.

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    It’s another big loss for an arts scene already without CAC exhibits and preparing for Trifecta’s end.

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    A whimsical wall by locals Sush Machida and Tim Bavington and more.

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    The Electric Daisy Carnival juggernaut continues to pay dividends for the Las Vegas area.

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