Friday, February 22, 2019

Your Week Ahead: Jan. 22 to 28

Comedians "Stand Up" for the U.S. military, Romeo and Juliet meet in Boca, and a Verdi tragedy opens Palm Beach Opera's season. Plus, Pete...

“Indecent,” “Havana Music Hall” Lead 43rd-annual Carbonell Nominations

“Indecent,” Palm Beach Dramaworks’ exquisite production about a controversial 1920s play, earned nine nominations for the 43rd-annual Carbonell Awards, leading the pack of nominees...

Monkey Bar Takeovers on Tap

For a few years now, this has not been your mother’s vacay. Our landmark Boca Raton Resort & Club has been redefining the getaway...

Movie Review: “Stan & Ollie”

Like the Hollywood studio scenes in “La La Land,” the opening sequence of “Stan & Ollie” is suffused with the lights, colors and sounds...

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary: It’s Easy, It’s Here, It’s Ours

“Art is a harmony parallel with nature.”— Paul Cezanne I happily attended the Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair again this year, in...

Your Week Ahead: Jan. 15 to 21

Superheroes at South Florida Fair, poetry in motion at Old School Square, and a “Funny” classic at The Wick. Plus, Miwa Matreyek, the Palm...

At Arts Warehouse, Home is Where the Art Is

Houses, apartments, trailers, pools and playgrounds are places humans inhabit, but they’re also the sum of their blueprints: plaster and water, metal and plywood,...

Master Biographer Walter Isaacson Explores Genius at Four Arts

Leonardo Da Vinci, the latest acclaimed and best-selling book from virtuoso biographer Walter Isaacson, spans 624 pages—another exhaustive, impeccably researched tome illuminating a complicated...

How Does It Feel: To Eat Fire

In the latest installment of our ongoing series, locals open up about their dramatic life experiences, from swimming with sharks to leaving Earth’s atmosphere...

Your Week Ahead: Jan. 8 to 14

The Estefans' musical journey congas through the Kravis Center, a hip-hop musical goes back to its Roots, and more than 150 artists have a...
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