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Davis’s imminent loss alarms city’s art lovers

Chris Sunami Chris Sunami

The Other Paper wrote Sunday night, a handful of musicians played the closing sets for “Davis Unplugged,” a singer/songwriter showcase at the endangered Davis Center for the Performing Arts. Between songs, Megan Palmer, Matt Monta and others told the youngsters in the audience the stories behind their songs, and how they’d learned to write music […]

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Free School Grows Out of Free Store’s Mission

Chris Sunami Chris Sunami Free School Grows Out of Free Store’s Mission

German Village This Week wrote Free school grows out of free store’s mission Wednesday, September 17, 2008 By DAVID J. CROSS A Columbus free store is expanding its mission to include courses and lecture workshops. The United Methodist Free Store has organized what it calls the Free School for All People, a series that aims […]

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Theater Review – Jerry’s Girls

Chris Sunami Chris Sunami

The Columbus Dispatch wrote Theater Review | Jerry’s Girls Wednesday, October 17, 2007 By Michael Grossberg Jerry Herman’s tuneful shows demand not only good singing but also lots of charm and pizazz. For a simple revue such as Jerry’s Girls, those elements make all the difference. Gallery Players opened its season Saturday at the Jewish […]

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"How the Fisherman Tricked the Genie" Reissued

Chris Sunami Chris Sunami

Aladdin Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, is issuing a new paperback edition of “How the Fisherman Tricked the Genie,” a critically acclaimed picture book by local author Christopher “Kitoba” Sunami. “Fisherman” was named a Notable Book by the International Reading Association in 2003 and nominated for the Georgia Children’s Book Award in 2006. […]

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