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    By Dianne Anderson Under Keith Brockie at Arroyo Valley High School, the student becomes the teacher, and vice versa. One of the best aspects of teaching at San Bernardino Unified School District has been watching students that he has taught grow successful in their fields, and return as teachers. “Now they’re on campus working as ...
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    By Dianne Anderson When pondering the high demand for Black artistic creative types in Orange County, Debora Wondercheck need not look far. Her recent production, “Once on This Island, Jr.” portrayed a more culturally enlightened version of Hans Christian Anderson’s original, conversely featuring the complexities of how a dark-skinned Haitian girl falls in love with ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Since the shutdown of all open artistic spaces, creative types everywhere are mastering their muse toward a digital flair. They’re live streaming their craft, they’re developing and holding online art classes. They’re virtually reimagining the possibilities from afar. Within her field, artist Jennifer Kane has been inspired to see the rapid reorganization ...
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    By Dianne Anderson San Bernardino residents can stretch their imagination and express their inner muse through several upcoming programs and events at the Garcia Center for the Arts. Art with Jessie, a professional artist, is inviting the community to come out and try their hand at duplication and renditions of paintings by the ultimate professionals. ...