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Today's Events: 12.4.11


Today, the Dumaine St. Gang second lines through Treme, a sculpture exhibit closes with dramatic readings in St. Roch, Soul Sister hosts her 5th Annual Crate Dig, and the Saints will beat the Lions. But once, the world’s first Sunday newspaper, The Observer was published (1791),  Black Panthers Fred Hampton and Mark Clark were shot and killed in their sleep during a raid by Chicago police (1969), and an adult giant squid was caught on video for the first time (2006); Crazy Horse (1849), Wassily Kandinsky (1866), and Jay-Z (1969) were born, and Frank Zappa (1993) died. Now back to today:


Redheaded Stepchild

St. Roch Sculpture, Reviewed



NoDef Art Writer Kathy Rodriguez heads to the tucked-away downtown gallery, Homespace, and gets a reminder about sculpture's historical importance in the art world. 


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