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The NOTO Art Center’s ‘Art from the Heart’ show showcases local artists

Love is in the air at the NOTO Art Center. 

During the month of February, the art center’s new exhibit, “Art from the Heart,” will be on display in the Morris Gallery. It includes pieces from a variety of artists and businesses located in the arts district. 

The exhibit opened Friday and will be up until the end of February. The art center, located at 935 N. Kansas Ave., is open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. 

Artists who have pieces in the show include Gwen McClain; Barbara Waterman-Peters, owner of Studio 831; Larry Peters; Kathy Pflaum; Lisa Underwood, owner of Glass Station; Michaela Butterworth; Dave and Gloria Horn, owners of Donaldson’s Jewelers; and Denise Selbee-Koch and Jennifer Woerner, owners of Compass Point. 

This "Garden of Love" piece is on display as part of the "Art from the Heart" exhibit in the Morris Gallery at the NOTO Art Center.

The artwork that is part of the exhibit is mainly small pieces of work that “somebody could take as a forever

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Two art openings focus on Pilobolus

Photo by John Kane

The Pilobolus dance troupe of Washington, Conn., will be the focus of two art openings on Saturday from 4-6 p.m.

Photographer Robert Whitman’s large format images of Pilobolus on bronze, plexi and canvas will be on display at the Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens, 1 Green Hill Road in Washington Depot. Whitman’s photographs were captured over the decades both locally in Litchfield County and abroad in the Middle East.

The outdoor/indoor event is free. There will be a fire pit and refreshments.

Just around the corner, Byrde + the b, 10 Titus Park Road, Washington Depot, will present an opening reception of “Illuminations,” an exhibit of photographs by local artist John Kane.

Kane’s latest work focuses on the human form and abstracts. Among his many works in fashion, nature, architecture and figure, Kane also has worked closely with the dance groups Pilobolus and Momix.

Kane’s

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San Francisco diner Art’s Cafe to reopen Friday after shuttering during pandemic

In an unexpected and delightful twist, a beloved San Francisco restaurant is reopening instead of closing.



a close up of a sign: The diner, on 9th and Irving in the Inner Sunset neighborhood, will reopen after closing in 2020.


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The diner, on 9th and Irving in the Inner Sunset neighborhood, will reopen after closing in 2020.


Art’s Cafe is opening Friday after closing its doors in July 2020, photos of signage at the restaurant reveal. A tweet from Tablehopper shows a sign outside the restaurant with the hours 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. listed. The photos, credited to @clairespratt, show new menus displayed in the window that still have a mix of American and Korean dishes, including the restaurant’s famous hash brown melt. A screenshot from the tweet says that Art’s is reportedly reopening with new owners who plan on continuing with a similar menu as before.

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The diner on 9th and Irving in the Inner Sunset neighborhood had

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