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Cultural entertainment abounds in Miami County, the birthplace of songwriter Cole Porter, author of classics such as “Kiss Me Kate” and “Anything Goes.” The Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus, one of seven circuses that wintered in the area between 1880 and 1940, earned Peru the title of “Circus City.”
Grasping the crossbar of a trapeze, a dapper, gleaming figure spreads his tuxedo tails and prepares to ascend. This piece portrays a great sense of movement and ease with the simple shapes and
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