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The Logansport Parks and Recreation Department commissioned the LHS Art Club to paint this mural for Live United day right underneath Wabash River’s 3rd Street bridge. Little Turtle Waterway has been a favorite of Logansport for a long time. Many people walk along this path during the summer months.

An Ode to the Extinct

Jennifer Anaya-Serrano, Assistant Photo Editor
October 5, 2022
Encapsulating the moment in which the sun and moon meet each other during an eclipse, Toloza views them as distant lovers meeting each other after a long time. He describes the meeting as, “Although short, the world stares in awe.” People think of the celestial bodies as lovers, but others think of them as siblings, friends, or enemies.

The First Gallery of the Year

Jennifer Anaya-Serrano, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor
September 15, 2022
Probably the most familiar flower to Logansport-goes are the buckets of pink petunias that can be found everywhere when it’s warm. These flowers can mean many things such as femininity, gentleness, maternal love, and the desire to spend time with another person. But be careful, if you want to tattoo something in honor of Logansport, beware of making it into the petunia buckets. They can also symbolize resentment or anger when tattooed.

Familiar Flowers of Logansport

Jennifer Anaya-Serrano, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor
September 1, 2022
On April 29 and 30 at 7:00 p.m., and May 1 at 2:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Photos: All The Work Put Into “Puffs”

Jennifer Anaya-Serrano, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor
April 27, 2022
 Student-made artworks depicting multiple Black artists, such as Kara Walker and Lauryn Hill. Walker known for her historical artworks covering sexuality, violence, race, and oppression. And Hill is revered as one of the best female rappers of all time.

Photos: Arts of Black History Month

Jennifer Anaya-Serrano, Arts & Entertainment Section Editor
March 16, 2022
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