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First Alicia Keys inspires Bob Dylan to name-drop her in a song. Now the R&B singer serves as an art-exhibit muse. In the Massillon Museum’s The Altered Journey: A Search for Meaning (which opens today), Donna Engstrom and Cheryl Strait assemble collages out of books, jewelry, and found objects. The works pay tribute to women -- just like Keys’ “A Woman’s Worth,” a chief inspiration.
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