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wick

The Wick Postpones Rest of Season—But Cabaret Shows Continue

For months, the Wick Theatre had been projecting a sense of optimism. It was hoping to continue its March run of...
metallica

Q&A: Former Metallica Bassist Jason Newsted

Metallica’s longtime bassist reinvents himself in laid-back Jupiter As Jason Newsted likes to say, “I retired when...
books

Salmon, Antiracism, Carl Hiaasen: Mitch Kaplan’s Latest Book Picks

We’re still home, and we’re still reading. Books & Books founder Mitch Kaplan offers a few of his store’s latest selections,...
theatre

South Florida Theatre Traditions Move Online

This week brought a raft of news about some of the South Florida theatre world’s favorite traditions, which, like pretty much...
end of october

Book Review: The End of October a Timely, Viral Cautionary Tale

What did Lawrence Wright know that we didn’t? Ominous synchronicities, coincidences and flat-out prophecies scatter about the 377 pages of his...
reopen

Morikami, Mounts, Cornell Museum Reopen

Palm Beach County’s cultural institutions continue to cautiously reopen this week—some only partially, with reduced hours, and under strict CDC guidelines.
king of staten island

Movie Review: “The King of Staten Island”

“What if I die tomorrow?” For Scott (Pete Davidson), the rudderless protagonist of Judd Apatow’s “The King of Staten Island,” this...
last of us

Gaming News: The Last of Us 2

This month, The Last of Us 2, one of the most anticipated sequels in video gaming history is being released. Its...
quarantine

Arts Garage Exhibit Showcases Quarantine Art

Strolling through “Artists in Quarantine,” the eclectic new exhibition in Arts Garage’s Grassroots Gallery, I thought of the old adage, “if...
Flagler

Flagler Museum, Palm Beach Landmark, Reopens Tuesday

The Flagler Museum, one of the cultural fixtures of Palm Beach island, will reopen to the public Tuesday, June 9, nearly...
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