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Taylor Ross discusses her art porject that she'll be presenting this weekend Saturday, December 10th 8pm to 9pm at the ICON Gallery, the perfect space for what she'll be presenting. You can see her preparations anytime Saturday afternoon after 1pm, with the official showing starting at 8pm. There will also be live music from Lake Mary out of Colorado.

Taylot is an artist, activist, spoken word poet, musical composer, world observer and traveler. The eye of an artist as she scans the landscape wherever her feet find themselves. More scavenger than hunter, she is a found artist with a bent for sustainable beauty, objects made by animals, for instance, then abandoned because they make them anew each year.

Her work in support of the water protectors at Standing Rock included fundraising and delivery of hard wood from Wisconisn, a solar-powered truck, and much more.

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    Dec 09
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    Dec 11
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Taylor Ross & John Lennon featured on PLANET ERSTWILD

On PLANET ERSTWILD 2-4pm Friday on KRUUfm.com, I feature two artists Taylor Ross and John Lennon.
Taylor has a performance art event at the beautiful ICON Gallery on Saturday, Dec 10th at 8pm. On John Lennon's passing we mark the life of a true one-of-a-kind artist, even if he may be most associated with a four leaf clover . Sit back and leave the driving to us.
The picture below is the harrowing shot of John signing his album for Mark David Chapman on the way out of the Dakota building. When he returned later that night, Chapman pulled out a handgun and shot Lennon five times at close range, hitting him four times in the back. The Fort Worth, Texas native has been denied parole nine times over his ruthless, senseless killing.

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Susan Klopfer is the author of several books including the civil rights non-fiction book "Who Killed Emmett Till?" Ms. Klopfer is an award-winning journalist and former Prentice Hall editor.
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MOSE ALLISON (1927-2016)

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