Palm Beach fashion icon Iris Apfel, 93, has been a businesswoman, an interior designer and a university professor. She now adds to her résumé “documentary subject,” as Magnolia Pictures prepares to release the last...

Film | Hap Erstein

It has begun. The sense of urgency in all things Cuba related. The pressure is on to taste the real cuisine, before the fast-food plague arrives, and to enjoy the beaches before a Private Property sign claims the water, the...

Art | Gretel Sarmiento

It is a maxim of South Florida life that when it begins to rain, all residents are commanded to forget everything they ever knew about driving in it. And so Saturday afternoon as I made my way south to Gusman Hall at the...

Music | Greg Stepanich

I spent the day with King Henry VIII and his chief henchman Thomas Cromwell in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s epic — as in very long — Wolf Hall. I’ll tell you a little about it, but first a shameless plug for a new...

Theater | Hap Erstein

I have now seen nine shows on this trip and the main thing they have in common is that they all received standing ovations. And the proof that a Broadway audience will give a standing O to anything is the new musical I saw...

Theater | Hap Erstein


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Pictures of Cuba: Before all is lost

It has begun. The sense of urgency in all things Cuba related. The pressure is on to taste the real cuisine, before the fast-food plague arrives, and to enjoy the beaches before a P...

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A starlet at 93: ‘Iris’ profiles fashion icon Apfel on film

Palm Beach fashion icon Iris Apfel, 93, has been a businesswoman, an interior designer and a university professor. She now adds to her résumé “documentary sub...

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Postcard From Broadway No. 8: ‘Wolf Hall’

I spent the day with King Henry VIII and his chief henchman Thomas Cromwell in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s epic — as in very long — Wolf Hal...

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Peck’s ‘Heatscape’ outstanding addition to MCB repertory

By Tara Mitton Catao Miami City Ballet opened its Program IV, the final one of the season, this past weekend at the Kravis Center, and it was a splendid showcase for the...

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Mainly Mozart Festival launches 22nd season splendidly

It is a maxim of South Florida life that when it begins to rain, all residents are commanded to forget everything they ever knew about driving in it. And so Saturday aft...

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Ford Fine Art’s Suzanne Snider: Bringing Central American modernism to Delr

Suzanne Snider has been running the hidden treasure that is Ford Fine Art gallery long enough to know its best years are still ahead. Delray Beach is not where one wou...

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Profile tells us a lot about pope, but still comes up short

Pope Francis has impressed Catholics and non-Catholics alike with his displays of compassion and kindness for the less fortunate. Many will recall that on Holy Thursday in 2013 Francis visit...

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Weekend arts picks: April 10-12

Books: For some reason, Palm Beach County has never had a books festival all its own, despite examples to the south in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Key West, but that chang...

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Boca’s arts festival bets on Bernstein to start, Beethoven for the closer

By Dale King Not all that ago, the Festival of the Arts Boca ended its weekly run with a gala performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, led by violinist Itzhak Perlman. Thi...

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