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  • Spaces: Heavenly City Steps (featuring “So Long Heaven” by Ben Shannon)

    Spaces: Heavenly City Steps (featuring “So Long Heaven” by Ben Shannon)

    Steps of Pittsburgh Explore Pittsburgh’s Many Steps & Staircases By Albrecht Powell, About.com Guide (http://pittsburgh.about) While located at the point of three intersecting rivers, the city of Pittsburgh is also uniquely surrounded by hills – and lots of them. The city, in the words of newspaper columnist Ernie Pyle in 1937, “must have been laid out by a mountain goat. It’s up and down and around and around and in betwixt.” In order to help Pittsburghers navigate this steep terrain […]

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  • Spaces: Bhairavi Beatbox in Blagden (feat. Christylez Bacon and Niṣṭha Raj)

    Spaces: Bhairavi Beatbox in Blagden (feat. Christylez Bacon and Niṣṭha Raj)

    Christylez Bacon and Niṣṭha Raj performed Bhairavi Beatbox in the Blagden Alley located in NorthWest Washington DC. This is a ongoing sub-series within Spaces that will feature collaborative performances with Christylez and the many different artists he has performed with in the Washington Sound Museum project he has been working on for the last year. Blagden Alley–Naylor Court (From The National Park Service Web Site) Blagden Alley is a historic district defined by middle-class residences, churches and small apartment buildings […]

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  • Spaces: Memorialize with Funn (MLK Day Tribute)

    Spaces: Memorialize with Funn (MLK Day Tribute)

    We dedicate this Spaces clip in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the upcoming Black History Month. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. —— Black History Month was begun as Negro History Week by historian Carter G. Woodson in 1926. His goal was to educate the American people about African-American history, focusing on African Americans’ cultural backgrounds and reputable achievements. […]

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  • Spaces: Alleys & Cans (Featuring David Spitzberg)

    Spaces: Alleys & Cans (Featuring David Spitzberg)

    Exploring the unique alleyways in Washington, DC was a fun thing to do for the director Gemal Woods. He used to take his son, between the ages of 2-4 on walks during the day in the alleys because of less traffic and more opportunities stop and explore and ponder. When David Spitzberg came in to perform for the Angle with his unique instruments (cans and buckets along a traditional drum), the director knew it would be a perfect visual fit, […]

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  • Spaces: The Question (featuring music from Wytold)

    Spaces: The Question (featuring music from Wytold)

    This Spaces segment is dedicated to the Center for Employement Opportunities. The director, Gemal Woods spent several weeks documenting and witnessing first hand the critical work this non-profit organization performs, touching the lives of those returning from prison, their families and society at large. Each year, more than 700K men and women are released from prison in the United States. They return to communities across the country, often ill-prepared for the challenges they will face re-entering society. Sadly, many do not succeed […]

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