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What motivates groups of people to spend their free time memorizing lines and building sets and rehearsing for hours—for no pay?
Through economic lows and high-tech booms, those who create and promote visual art have continued in their artistic endeavors and say they are better for it.
Gilroy might be 2,000 miles from the southern town of Natchitoches, Louisiana, where women are as delicate as magnolia flowers yet strong as steel - but for one month, thanks to Gilroy's theater company, locals have the chance be whisked away to that magical place.
“I am an artist.” – Fatima Martinez-Gamez, age 7.
The Dispatch asked a few community members to share their hopes, goals or resolutions for Gilroy in the new year. Here's what they said.
The days until Christmas are getting shorter and shorter. The lines at Gilroy Premium Outlets are getting longer and longer. The Wal-Mart parking lot is zoo.
Dear Editor, After reading the Dec. 9 edition of the Dispatch, I think it important for the City of Gilroy to provide some clarification in reference to several articles and opinions that appeared concerning the Interim Gilroy Center for the Arts building use limitations.
On the heels of a $135,000 facelift making the Interim Center for the Arts more comfortable for hosting shindigs, the Gilroy Arts Alliance has a possible problem on its palette that could whitewash most special events beginning in 2012.