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Maplewood Open-Mic Night

Local Maplewood coffee shop Foundation Grounds hosts their first-ever open-mic event Sept. 1, ringing in the fall season.

Photos by Abigail Scanio

A supportive audience, full of applause ready for each talent, encourages a performer recently at Maplewood’s Foundation Grounds. 

Festival of Nations

Festival of Nations in Tower Grove Park brought together people from around the world to celebrate culture, food and music.

Photos by Jessica Danielle Moore

Intricate and colorful clothes were on display capturing the eyes of everyone who walked through the festival.

The Perk an Event for the Ages at MBU

The Perk event celebrated its 20th year recently in Muncy Gym, growing from a small gathering in 1996 to a full concert coffeehouse music event that entertained hundreds of MBU students. This year’s event, carrying the name “The Perk 20,” featured local artist Kenny DeShields.

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Photos by Demitri Earl and Josh Daugette

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