Danielle Nadler

Journalist and author Danielle Nadler grew up in South Dakota, where a patient writing teacher fostered in her a love for stories told well. She's worked for newspapers in the Midwest, on the West Coast and the East Coast, and recently launched a storytelling company called Tales and Ales.

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A Young Artist Speaks Out With Her Custom Sneakers

TheArtvst’s custom sneakers have paid homage to history, Breast Cancer Awareness, even Taco Bell There’s…

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Shane Doyle Uses Art to Redeem American History

For Shane Doyle, art and music are a tool to tell American history’s full story…

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22 Charlotte Artists Create Black Lives Matter Street Art

The street art showcases the diversity of Charlotte’s artists Charlotte, North Carolina, woke up this…

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What a Las Vegas Restaurant has Done to Come Out Stronger

Owner of Gaetano’s Ristorante: I kept thinking, ‘what would my father do?’ There’s a Las…

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People Say, ‘We’ve Got to Have a Conversation About Race.’ OK, Let’s Talk.

Musician Charlton Singleton Talks About Music’s Response to Social Unrest At a time when much…

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The Art of Protest: 10 Protest Songs That Inspired Change

At a time when righteous anger has much of the nation protesting, whether through social…

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Las Vegas Artists Turn Boarded-Up Businesses into Murals

Incentive program beautifies a shuttered city while giving Las Vegas artists a needed boost They…

A New Gallery Elevates Contemporary Art in a Montana Mountain Town

Bozeman’s Echo Arts delivers contemporary art that challenges regional norms The fact that Echo Arts…

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What’s Kept a Sports Photographer Busy (and Upbeat) After Pro Sports Came to a Halt?

Michael Reaves, a sports photographer, says photography isn’t his job. It’s his passion. Part three…

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Oakland’s War Veterans Find Healing Through Art

Vietnam War veterans credit art to helping them find community and ‘be seen’ There’s an…