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Sarah Kiomall
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Social media & event professional who loves dancing, the beach, reading, yoga, & cats.
Social media & event professional who loves dancing, the beach, reading, yoga, & cats.

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Interested to see how this changes the #Instagram  experience... I find myself missing my friends posts as they post less often than the brands I follow, so this could potentially help. 
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Help Beethoven arrange his masterpieces in today’s #GoogleDoodle
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I don't have any regrets about my wedding, but I still swoon over this Reem Acra dress every time I see a bride wearing it. #notinmybudget  
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This wedding was so much fun and despite the rain, everyone was so joyful!  What a beautiful weekend. #joblove   #thisweddingmademewanttobemoreadventurous  :) 
Beth + Luke's wedding was an amazing way to start the new year! Here are some details of their big day! Cheers to many more wonderful adventures, Beth + Luke!

Thanks to +Parker J Photography, +Get Lit Special Event Lighting, Flora, +Old Edwards Inn & Spa, +Masterpiece Ice Sculptures, Inc., +UnifireTheater, +Serena Owen, +Sol Fusion, Lola Salon, and +Young Transportation & Tours.     #wedding   #weddingplanning   #weddinginspiration   #highlandsnc   #mountainwedding  
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So proud of my sisters company! They rock :) #dance   #dcdance   #dancereview   


+DEVIATED THEATRE: For evening-length Creature, the costumes, headpieces, wings, netting and accoutrements draped and shaped by Andy Christ are astonishing and the dancing among the best technically of the locally based dance troupes. The primarily female cast stretches like Gumbies, soars from an aerial hoop, maneuvers on two legs or four limbs, crab walking, crawling, scooting, loping in bug-like, inhuman ways. Though the apocalyptic fairy tale meanders, the oddball weirdness – eerie, esoteric, eclectic – that Chan and Chan invent continues to endear.
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