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Whale’s Tooth Station Design Contest

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The City of New Bedford and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced details of an informal design competition for a new station off Route 18 to be known as Whale’s Tooth.  The multi-modal station will be built as part of the South Coast Rail project and may host a …

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A Week for the Arts in New Bedford

If you haven’t figured it out yet, downtown New Bedford has become an “Art Mecca” of sorts. Historically, New Bedford has always had numerous art galleries, and has always been a great place for artists to showcase their work, take part in art-centric activities and network with other artists. Walk …

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Zeiterion Theater’s Death of a Salesman Review

I rarely save a ticket stub. Let’s see: Yaz Day at Fenway (Carl’s retirement celebration in 1983), Paul McCartney at Schaefer Stadium (2nd row), Bruce Springsteen Boston Garden (1978 Badlands Tour)- that’s about it. But I’m saving my Z ticket from last night’s performance of “Death of a Salesman”.  Christopher …

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New Bedford Mayors’ Arts Challenge Entry

If you’ve lived in New Bedford or have visited the city over the past 10 years, you know that New Bedford has improved significantly. New Bedford’s historic downtown-district has become a Mecca for art and tourism. Our Whaling Museum/history is known throughout the world, we have the busiest fishing port …

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ArtWorks! Art Battle

“Art Battle” will be an event like no other which has ever been seen in the city. ArtWorks! Partners for the Arts and Community Inc., invites artists to participate and enjoy a night of creativity, live music and fun in the main gallery.  The Art Battle offers a rare opportunity …

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A New Bedford Open Studios Review

SATURDAY – 2 OCT I couldn’t go because I had two gigs on Saturday starting at 3 and ending at Midnight…..and, boy, are my arms tired! SUNDAY – 3 OCT Started at Sawyer St. and climbed the stairs (huff/puff).  I saw lots of incredible art.  I was particularly taken by …

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New Bedford Open Studios (October 2nd & 3rd)

Perhaps you are wondering,“What exactly is Open Studios?” This free event was created by artists who wished to engage the public by having them tour, converse, and sometimes even participate in their medium. The studios are often times situated in New Bedford’s large historic mills, and are usually closed to …

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