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Evolving

By my Freshman year in High School it was apparent that I needed a change.  More stimulation. More challenges. New surroundings. I can’t remember how exactly, but at some point I found myself talking to a few girls who attended Salem Academy, a Liberal Arts school for girls in Winston-Salem. Being from a small town where everyone knows everyone else, these girls seemed altogether other-worldly to me. They were independent, well spoken, cultured and lively. They didn’t seem to carry the same insecurities as many of the girls from my hometown. They had a zest for learning and I was immediately drawn to them. I went home and pleaded with my mother to send me there, swearing that it would keep me out of the trouble that bored kids in rural areas with limited activities often indulge in. I went for a tour of the school. I fell in love.

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The Beginning by Just Bailey Designs

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“Put your tongue in your mouth!” is what my parents used to say to me as I colored wildly in and around the lines of my coloring book. As a child I loved creating artwork so much and would become so engaged that I would pin my tongue between my front teeth, half hanging out of my mouth as I worked to fill in all the empty space on the page.

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Kannapolis Arts welcomes artist Robert Webb to April 25 festival

Kannapolis Arts wants to welcome Lincolnton artist Robert Webb to the April 25 Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival in downtown Kannapolis on West Avenue. The festival runs from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 25.

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Kannapolis Arts and Downtown Kannapolis Inc. join forces to expand cultural arts in Kannapolis

 

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Downtown Kannapolis Inc. and Kannapolis Arts are joining forces to bring more arts and entertainment events to downtown Kannapolis.

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