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Soul Asylum’s Dave Pirner on Minneapolis, New Music, and Riptide Festival

As the frontman of Soul Asylum, Dave Pirner reached levels of 90’s alternative rock success that few musicians from his era...

Riptide Music Festival Ticket Giveaway

Riptide Music Festival is partnering with Boca magazine yet again to offer one lucky winner a FREE pair of general admission...
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Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead Brings Visual Art to South Florida

A rock legend is returning to South Florida in a few days, but not for the reason you might expect. 
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Your Week Ahead: Nov. 19 to 25

Boca Basel promises a roaring good time, Miami City Ballet pirouettes on Miami Beach, and a new play unveils the dark side of a...

Boca Museum’s New Exhibits Explore Nature at its Most Roiling & Serene

Maren Hassinger knows how to upcycle. As part of her new, grant-funded installations at the Boca Raton Museum of...
Robert De Palma

The Boca Interview: Making Prehistory with Robert de Palma

Boca paleontologist Robert de Palma uncovers evidence of the day the dinosaurs died—and how it connects to homo sapiens.

Your Week Ahead: Nov. 12 to 18

Literary luminaries light up the Miami Book Fair, NSU Art Museum showcases Latin American surrealism, and a new documentary wades into the muck of...
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Concert Review: Frank Turner at Culture Room

The last time English singer-songwriter Frank Turner and has band, the Sleeping Souls, motored into South Florida, they were promoting their 2015 album Positive...

Film Review: “Parasite”

Just a week ago, I would have assumed Jordan Peele’s Us would go down as the year’s most effective example of comedy and...

Your Week Ahead: Nov. 5 to 11

The Boca Museum makes waves, Miami City Ballet goes noir, and footballers and chefs grill off for charity. Plus, Frank Turner, anime...