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The Week Ahead: Jan. 15 to 21

Jan 14th 2013

The Week Ahead: Jan. 15 to 21

Agatha Christie classics brought to life onstage, a lecture from a grande dame of film and television, and a performance from a legend of the electric blues guitar. Plus, Josh Kornbluth, the South Florida Fair, the Boca Raton Fine Art Show and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Weeks Ahead: Dec. 18 - Jan. 7

Dec 17th 2012

The Weeks Ahead: Dec. 18 - Jan. 7

A living legend of the jazz organ, witty satires of theater and politics, and a lecture from one of Hollywood's most controversial voices. Plus, "Gone With the Wind," Marc Maron, art by African-Americans and more in your weeks ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: Dec. 4 to 10

Dec 03rd 2012

The Week Ahead: Dec. 4 to 10

The smallest live performance in the world, Miami's art event of the year, and a video-game icon with a symphonic pedigree. Plus, Daniel Johnston, "La Boheme," Rennie Harris Puremovement and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: Nov. 20 to 26

Nov 19th 2012

The Week Ahead: Nov. 20 to 26

A "wild" new theater company debuts in Boca, a local tattoo goddess gets her own calendar, and 1980s "Safety Dancers" reunite. Plus, "New Work Miami," Brad Meltzer, Clay Aiken and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Weekend in Music

Aug 16th 2012

The Weekend in Music

Notable shows on Friday, Saturday and Sunday include an entire day dedicated to a certain stringed instrument. Read More

The Week Ahead: Aug. 7 to 13

Aug 06th 2012

The Week Ahead: Aug. 7 to 13

A food and drink extravaganza takes over Atlantic Avenue, an international superstar sings at Arts Garage and a local scholar gives Hurricane Andrew a second wind. Plus, Chris Tucker, Dirty Projectors, George Bernard Shaw and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: June 19 to 25

Jun 18th 2012

The Week Ahead: June 19 to 25

Post-rock progenitors play their first show in Miami, a bad movie transforms into a great musical, and a renowned choreographer dances through an apocalypse. Plus, Don Rickles, the Klezmer Company Orchestra, "Cabaret Verboten" and more in your week ahead. Read More


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