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Little Free Library now open at Early Masters on Roosevelt

July 5th, 2013 by Mike

If that little library looks familiar, it’s because it’s a miniature of the building behind it, which houses the Early Masters art school.

The school, at 8815 Roosevelt Way N.E., has opened the second free take-a-book, leave-a-book library we know of in the neighborhood. (The first is around the corner, at Northeast 88th Street and Eighth Avenue Northeast.)

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Early Masters announces art theft on Facebook

April 19th, 2013 by master

Early Masters, an art school for children in Maple Leaf at 8815 Roosevelt Way N.E., is taking a light-hearted approach to a “looting” leading up to its “Hot Dog/Tail Gate gallery opening” at its “MOCA (Museum of Canine Art).”

A print of C.M. Coolidge’s “Waterloo” (perhaps more commonly┬árecognized as simply the poker-playing dogs) was stolen from the school in the middle of the night, and Early Masters announced on its Facebook page that its hot on the trail of the suspects:

Thanks to neighbor Donna Hartmann-Miller for the tip!

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