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By Nancy Heins-Glaser
Special to Village News 

Bitter goes from benches to Bolero


Last updated 10/21/2020 at 4:50pm

Chris and Kim Murphy

Village News/Courtesy photo

Chris and Kim Murphy pose with the Flower Power bench they bought outside their Airbnb. The bench is the work of artist Gabriele Bitter.

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Since that time, some artists have applied skills to making masks while others have made political action using art, theatre and music. As with all forms of expression, no matter...

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