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Lisa Degliantoni
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I don't make things, I make things happen.
I don't make things, I make things happen.

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Visual Artist Lisa Solar Celebrates Solo Show "The Game" at The Saw Room Gallery on July 22, 5-8 p.m. Hear from Solar about the inspiration for this show and her practice.

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Jessica (J.L.) Powers (right) celebrates a long list of literary accomplishments; the latest a YA novel written with her brother Matt (left) coming out this October. Our interview focuses on how Jessica weaves together her talents and passions to activate the form of a literary superhero!

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In this week's episode of The Lisa D Show, I talk way too much, which is too bad, because my guest Patrick Hughes is a fantastic interview. Hughes talks about getting the flow, making access a priority for ALL and how cathartic living in Evanston is. Enjoy!

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Saxophonist Chris Greene of Evanston followed a dedicated and focused music path. We're excited to feature a creative of his stature on The Lisa D Show. See Greene perform with his quartet live this weekend at Pete Miller's, June 9-10.

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New episode! Aimée Beaubien is a Chicago-based artist who constructs optically perplexing arrangements from fragments of her own photographs. Visit Aimée's art installation at Platform in Evanston, "Cuttings", this Saturday, June 3, 12-7:30p.m.

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Kathy Halper is an artist and newly minted activist. Listen to her talk about bringing the Nasty Women Art Fundraiser to Evanston and how you can get involved on The Lisa D Show podcast.

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Joey Garfield is an Evanston creative with lots of energy, deep love of vinyl and found objects found in the forest. In addition to his love of skateboarding and skitching, Joey's love of his environment (Evanston, Brooklyn, etc.) is inspiring. His art show Mound Town is on display at 1100 Florence in Evanston through May 20.

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Artist Zafar Malik talks about living with intention and making art out of everyday objects to include Whole Foods shopping bags. If you enjoy this podcast, share it with a friend. Happy Thursday!

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Meet William Scott Eason the founder of The Art of Evolution Theatre for youth in Evanston. This Thursday, April 27, 7p.m., the public is invited to see "Ms. JoAnn, Can You Read Me A Story?", four short plays devoted to Joann Avery's 35 years of service at at Family Focus. Learn how transformation this program is for both the youth is serves and the directors who deliver the program.

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What happens when you don't like the content coming out of most major news outlets? You get creative and self-publish! Meet Bob Chiarito, the brains and energy behind The Chicago Ambassador on The Lisa D Show.
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