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Painting From the Heart: The Morikami’s Astonishing New Exhibit

When is an ant not just an ant? Or a lightning bolt more than just a crackle of electrostatic discharge? The...
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Stream These: New on Netflix, Prime, Hulu, HBO Max for May 2021

You can tell summer is nearly upon us, as this month, the streaming services are welcoming zombie flicks, thrillers, horror films...

Vote for Broward Center for “Theatre of the Decade”

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is, in an understatement, in good company. The venerable arts center in downtown Fort...

Grisham Out of the Courtroom, Crafty Caracaras and More: New Book Picks

In Miami bookseller Mitch Kaplan’s latest recommendations, we learn about a courtroom scribe’s surprising hoop dreams, a crafty bird that beguiled...

10 Signature Florida Movies

Earlier this week, we shared the feature "Where Have All the Movies Gone?" from the April 2021 issue of Boca magazine....

Where Have All the Movies Gone?

Once a dominant state for film production, Florida has faced mounting losses in talent, revenue, and big-screen prestige
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Movie Review: “Four Good Days” an Uneven but Revealing Addiction Drama

Enough movies have focused on the sordid lives of junkies. Fewer have centered on the mental and emotional damage their disease...
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Tickets On Sale This A.M. For Jimmy Buffett’s Delray Residency

Tickets go on sale at 10 this morning for what is surely the most anticipated run of concerts to hit our...

Pandemic Playlist VIII: Ghosts of SunFest Past

Normally, at around this time next week, South Floridians are bracing themselves for the return of SunFest, historically Palm Beach County’s...

Dramaworks to Reopen in October With Season of Recent and Brand-New Plays

Palm Beach Dramaworks (PBD), which like many local regional theatre companies has been experimenting with online-only programming since the pandemic, has...