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Your Week Ahead: Oct. 2 to 8

Mizner Park welcomes fall with 2,500 pumpkins, artists explore the light and dark sides of technology, and Prince receives an orchestral tribute. Plus, Phil...

Concert Review: Father John Misty at Fillmore Miami Beach

OK, I’m finally convinced: Josh Tillman is a star. Though 2015’s I Love You, Honeybear grabbed hold of me for a bit around the time...

Musical Theatre Stars Team Up For One-Night-Only Fundraiser

The next production at Pompano Beach Cultural Center is running for one night only, on an otherwise sleepy Monday evening. But for its rigorous...

“Remember to React” Surveys 60 Years of NSU Art Museum

The NSU Art Museum has rolled out the red carpet for its new show, but not in the traditional sense. Far from being a footbath...

Your Week Ahead: Sept. 25 to Oct. 1

Parkland activists host a festival for change, the Morikami Museum gets lacquered up, and Boca's emo king plays a hometown concert. Plus, David Byrne,...

Concert Review: Børns at Revolution Live

If Revolution Live seems like a strange venue to play host to a burgeoning indie-pop star, that’s because it is. On Tuesday night, Michigan-born...

Your Week Ahead: Sept. 17 to 24

A country-music star headlines an MSD benefit, Boynton's beloved art walk returns for the fall, and a ukulele art show wants to get you...

Theatre Review: “35MM” at Boca’s Measure for Measure Theatre

Composer-lyricist Ryan Scott Oliver is one of the millennial wunderkinds of musical theatre. Still in his early 30s, Oliver has won at least five...

Movie Review: “A Simple Favor”

I was with it, until I wasn’t. At its best, “A Simple Favor,” a pop mystery directed by comedy auteur Paul Feig, is as compulsively...

New Age Maestros Bring Healing Chants, Music to Miami

In his hometown near the Kathmandu valley, bamboo flautist Manose Singh remembers purchasing his first instrument for two rupees, from a street hawker. At...
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