Alabama School of the Arts Announces 2020-2021 Piano Festival Concerts


The University of Mobile announces the fourth annual Alabama School of the Arts Piano Festival, a yearlong series of special events spotlighting ASOTA’s undergraduate and graduate programs in piano performance.

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Wind Creek Hospitality Awards $11,000 Grant to Eastern Shore Art Center for Outreach Programming


The Eastern Shore Art Center is pleased to announce the award of $11,000 from Wind Creek Hospitality in support of its Outreach Program. For more than two decades, the "Art Without Limits” program has served those in our community who may not otherwise have exposure to art, including children, the deaf and blind, those with chronic illnesses or disabilities, veterans and senior citizens.

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Med Students Selected as Primary Care Pathway Scholars


Ten first-year medical students at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine have been selected for the Primary Care Pathway program, a new educational track that will provide four years of specialized training in primary care.

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The Mobile Symphony is back with Beethoven & Blue Jeans, Nov. 14 & 15.


The Mobile Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is going casual for its popular Beethoven & Blue Jeans concert Nov. 14 & 15 at Mobile’s historic Saenger Theatre. To allow for social-distancing the orchestra offers four opportunities for music lovers to “dress down and leave uplifted” – 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Saturdays and 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sundays.

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USA Health Creates New Cancer Support Group for Teens and Their Parents


Recognizing that adolescents, teenagers and their parents face unique challenges during cancer, USA Health has launched a new support group just for them. Called “Canteen,” the support group offers separate Zoom meetings for adolescents, teens and their parents each month, no matter where they receive treatment.

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Impact 100 Baldwin County Awards Five $90,000 Grants


At its Annual Grant Awards on October 27, Impact 100 Baldwin County awarded $450,000 to area nonprofits. Each of the five agencies received $90,000 grants across Impact’s five focus areas: Arts & Culture; Education; Environment, Preservation and Recreation; Family; and Health and Wellness.

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