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Your Week Ahead: Oct. 15 to 21

Drive Shack finally tees off in West Palm Beach, the Lantern Festival lights up the Morikami, and a spartan play channels millennial...

Oh, What a Fright: Fairgrounds opens Four New Haunted Houses

Artist Craig McInnis has one of the wildest seasonal jobs imaginable: creative director of Fright Nights at the South Florida Fairgrounds....

Five Great Florida Podcasts to Add to Your List

If you have any doubt that podcasts are the new radio, the latest data indicate that there are more than 700,000...

Your Week Ahead: Oct. 8 to 14

Aliens crash-land at G-Star School, a former Barenaked Lady goes solo, and New City Players mounts a challenging play about autism. Plus,...

Book Award Winners, Beethoven, Yoda on Tap for Festival of the Arts 2020

This week, Festival of the Arts Boca unveiled the 2020 lineup for its 14th-annual cultural fete, with 10 days of authors,...

Harrowing Photography Exhibit Revisits the Moment, and Impact, of the MSD Shooting

I’ve been reviewing art exhibitions professionally for the past 13 years, but I’ve never encountered anything like Ian Witlen’s “Anguish in...

Your Week Ahead: Oct. 1 to 7

Old School Square launches its season with free activities, one of the titans of the podcast world records live in West Palm...

Concert Photos: Billy Cobham at Funky Biscuit

This past Sunday, legendary jazz drummer Billy Cobham performed at Boca Raton's Funky Biscuit with his Crosswinds Project, to celebrate his 75th...

Classic Rock Supergroup Performs a Rolling Beatles Revue

I’ve seen more than my share of Beatles tributes over the years, but none with the star power that graced an...

Movie Review: “Judy”

Hollywood’s ability to elevate and oppress its stars in equal measure—to treat them as both gods and chattel—is written into the...
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