NEW C-VILLE COVER STORY: Greg Kelly steers the city’s freshest art space

This week’s cover story focuses on Greg Kelly: the affable, beloved director of The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative—that squat, chocolate-brown place next to Spudnuts, with the painted smoke swirling around its walls. The Bridge just turned five in September, and Kelly is, as his co-founder Zack Worrell calls him, “the candle in that place.” Read the whole story here, and don’t forget to leave comments.

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