On Monday, the parents of 40 children enrolled in youth program SPOTLIGHT attended an orientation at The Spot JC on Wilkinson Avenue in Jersey City. Funded by an $80K grant from Hudson Partnership Care Management Organization (CMO), for 18 weeks Spotlight will provide 40 children from nine to 21 with instruction in and access to the arts, with a focus on theater as well as photography/videography, and art’s therapeutic properties.

For The Spot JC co-founders Ibn Sharif Shakoor and Terrence Williams, it’s the culmination of something they both wished they had a version of when they were young and growing up in the very same area. The Spot JC is located in the Greenville/Bergen Lafayette neighborhood.

“The youth program kicked off yesterday,” Williams said Tuesday. ‘We had an orientation for all the parents to come with their children. We walked them through all the variables of the program, all

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The 2021 Art Adamson Invitational hosted the first night of finals at Texas A&M on Wednesday.

There were several strong performances, but the two things that stand out most from the first finals session was the sprinting of Brooks Curry and the incredible depth display put forth by the USC women in several events.

Shaine Casas swims during prelims

 

Women’s 500 Free

USC freshman Marlene Kahler won the 500 free in an extremely close race. She touched the wall in 4:43.35 for an NCAA “B” cut, just five hundredths ahead of Texas A&M sophomore Chloe Stepanek (4:43.40).

 

Men’s 500 Free

USC junior Victor Johansson swam a B cut to win the 500 free by three seconds to win at the Art Adamson Invite. He won in 4:14.48, ahead of teammate Alexei Sancov (4:17.88).

 

Women’s 200 IM

USC went 1-2-3-4 in all B cuts to sweep the top spots in

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In this award-winning photo on display at the ‘Female in Focus’ exhibition at the Green Space Miami, Thandiwe Muriu, who grew up in Kenya, captures the beadwork in hair inspired by the beads she often wore as a child.

Maggie Steber has traveled to 71 countries as an award-winning photographer.

She has taken photos of a guerrilla war in Zimbabwe. In Haiti, she witnessed the atrocities of the end of the Duvalier regime. And she was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for her years-long project documenting the world’s youngest face transplant recipient, an 18-year-old girl who underwent the procedure in Cleveland.

But the photos that mean the most to her are of her mother, Madje Steber, who was diagnosed with dementia at 80. The daughter of a single mother, Steber took care of her over a nine-year period and documented her mother’s decline through her photography, “Madje Has Dementia.” She

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