By Steven J. Smith Frank Sinatra and John Lennon, two iconic 20th-century figures in popular music, will be celebrated this month at the Kravis Center. Multi-platinum selling, five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer Michael...

Music | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff

Silvia Magnano in Bitter Rice. (1949) Bitter Rice: A tragedy on tenterhooks, Giuseppe De Santis’ Bitter Rice (Criterion, $22.99 Blu-ray, $17.99 DVD) is a slippery fusion of docu-naturalism and noir expressionism. And with...

Film | John Thomason

Miami City Ballet dancers in Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room. (Photo by Gene Schiavone) By Tara Mitton Catao This past weekend, Miami City Ballet closed its second program of the 30th anniversary season with well-attended...

Dance | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff

Ross Katz’s adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ The Choice opens with a bold, un-back-up-able statement: “I’m about to tell you the secret of life,” delivered in voice-over by a mournful man who shows up at a hospital...

Film | John Thomason

George Clooney in “Hail, Caesar!” Film: Ever since they burst onto the scene in 1984 with their idiosyncratic take on film noir, Blood Simple, a new film by Joel and Ethan Coen has been a much anticipated event. Certainly...

Weekend Picks | Palm Beach ArtsPaper Staff


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Art:
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Presidential memorabilia featured at expanded art and antique show

By Steven J. Smith Organizers of the 13th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show say the event just got a whole lot bigger than ever before. Scott Diament, pre...

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Film:
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The View From Home 75: De Santis’ neorealism, Fonda and Hitch, Wim and Brun

Silvia Magnano in Bitter Rice. (1949) Bitter Rice: A tragedy on tenterhooks, Giuseppe De Santis’ Bitter Rice (Criterion, $22.99 Blu-ray, $17.99 DVD) is a sli...

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‘Ionescopade’ at FAU achieves delight in absurdity

By Dale King Prolific absurdist playwright Eugène Ionesco didn’t like Ionescopade, A Musical Vaudeville, when first he saw it. Mildred Kayden, who wrote the mus...

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Dance:
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MCB brings strength, variety to Program II

Miami City Ballet dancers in Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room. (Photo by Gene Schiavone) By Tara Mitton Catao This past weekend, Miami City Ballet closed its second program of the...

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Music:
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Sinatra, Lennon remembered in upcoming Kravis shows

By Steven J. Smith Frank Sinatra and John Lennon, two iconic 20th-century figures in popular music, will be celebrated this month at the Kravis Center. Multi-platinum selling, five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer Mic...

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Interviews:
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Victor DeRenzi: At the end of the Verdi journey

Victor DeRenzi, artistic director of the Sarasota Opera. (Photo by Giovanni Lunardi) On Saturday night, the curtain at the Sarasota Opera House will open on a production of Giuseppe Ver...

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Books:
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O, say are you soused: ‘Drinking in America’

American history books rarely mention alcoholism as a significant historical issue. From the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock to the presidency of Richard Nixon, liquor influenced and continues to influence American socie...

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Weekend arts picks: Feb. 6-8

George Clooney in “Hail, Caesar!” Film: Ever since they burst onto the scene in 1984 with their idiosyncratic take on film noir, Blood Simple, a new film by Joel and Ethan Coe...

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News & Commentary:
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Jewish film, poetry festivals return for another year

Next week brings two favorite cultural festivals back to Palm Beach County — the Palm Beach Poetry Festival, now in its 12th year, and the Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Fes...

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