Storytellers Project show featuring stories about the arts

Two singer-songwriters. An Emmy Award-winning writer and performer. A national film critic. And a filmmaker known for creating stories with strong Indigenous female leads.

Art is all around us and this event explores the creatives behind the culture, as USA TODAY delivers an hour of true, first-person stories as part of the Storytellers Project’s show, “I Made This: Stories about the Arts.”

“I hope that people can get an understanding of how much my current album, ‘Heart Theory,’ has been a turning point for me in my career, and who I am as a person,” said storyteller Lindsay Ell, a 31-year old Canadian country singer living in Nashville.

The show will be held at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET on March 16. Register in advance to receive a reminder at and watch on the Storytellers Project’s Facebook page, YouTube channel or website.

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Disgraced Socialite Fêted With Two Museums – The local government of Cuenca, Spain, has financed the creation of two spaces to showcase the collection of the financier and Cuban-American art collector Roberto Polo. Officials have been noticeably quiet, however, about Polo’s shady past, which includes a prison term following his embroilment in a $130 million art-fraud lawsuit. The Spanish government has agreed to insure the collection and provide the exhibition space and an annual budget in return for a 15-year loan of nearly 450 works from Polo’s modern and contemporary art trove. (New York Times)

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INDULGE presents personal stories of resiliency, hope and strength from Miami’s community leaders

At INDULGE, we like to think outside the box. For our team, it’s all about the stories behind the people belonging to our diverse community that we feature in every issue and now as part of our limited editorial series MOSAIC. In the past four weeks, we have brought you personal stories of resiliency, hope and strength from Miami’s community leaders — each walking us through their experience during the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Today, we continue in our mission to present our readers with relatable and oftentimes moving examples of inspiration in a challenging time. Our commitment as a top regional publication is to further examine how our melting pot of cultures and personalities is the very reason that South Florida has become a mosaic to be inspired by.

Because we represent Miami’s diverse community.

Because we care.

Because every person has a story to tell.

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