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Your Week Ahead: Feb. 5 to 11

The New Norton Museum (finally!) opens to the public, jazz musicians honor a literary icon, and eclectic music and seafood fill Mizner Park. Plus,...

Concert Review: Drive-By Truckers/Lucinda Williams at Parker Playhouse

A common proverb among South Floridians (at least the ones I know) is “in Florida, the farther south you go, the more northern people...

Where the Wild Things Are: An Elizabeth Thompson Retrospective

Monet was not the only painter entranced by water lilies. In 1998, Elizabeth Thompson found herself in Zimbabwe, painting her own landscape, to be...

Two Art Festivals to Fill Public Places This Weekend

Festival season is in full swing, and this weekend allows two free opportunities to explore visual art in public places. Hosted every two years in...

Your Week Ahead: Jan. 29 to Feb. 4

Groundbreaking contemporary dance from Chicago, a double bill of alt-country titans, and one of the most acclaimed foreign films of this award season. Plus,...

Q&A: Penn Jillette

When Penn Jillette rings, you better believe I’m going to pick up. Even if it’s a federal holiday, and I’m driving four hours home...

Seasoned Actor Barbara Bradshaw Offers Audition Insights

If you’re a young person, and you think a life of footlights, dress rehearsals and curtain calls may be for you, the judges are...

Your Week Ahead: Jan. 22 to 28

Comedians "Stand Up" for the U.S. military, Romeo and Juliet meet in Boca, and a Verdi tragedy opens Palm Beach Opera's season. Plus, Pete...

“Indecent,” “Havana Music Hall” Lead 43rd-annual Carbonell Nominations

“Indecent,” Palm Beach Dramaworks’ exquisite production about a controversial 1920s play, earned nine nominations for the 43rd-annual Carbonell Awards, leading the pack of nominees...

Monkey Bar Takeovers on Tap

For a few years now, this has not been your mother’s vacay. Our landmark Boca Raton Resort & Club has been redefining the getaway...
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