If you were a member of the prosperous middle class of Leipzig in the early part of the 18th century, chances are you’d have made it over to the Catharinenstrasse on a wintry Friday night to catch the cantor of the city’s...

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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. This year, for the ninth version of the performing...

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The novelist and short story writer Richard Ford lives in Maine, with a small apartment in Harlem for the two days a week he teaches at Columbia University. So of course he’s looking forward to his visit to Boca Raton on...

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Exhibit at Delray Library gathers new responses to the Holocaust

By Lucy Lazarony A current exhibit of artwork at the Delray Beach Public Library is the product of an effort by a local group of Holocaust survivor relatives to bear ...

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In 20th year, Palm Beach Film Festival gets permanent venue

Remember when the Palm Beach International Film Festival was born? Believe it or not, that was 20 years ago, and the eight-day celebration of movies from around the...

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Community theater: Four standouts lift Stage Door’s ‘I Love You’

By Dale King If you could capture TV’s Love American Style, move it intact to a theatrical stage and add some upbeat music with snappy, imaginative lyrics, ...

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Paul Taylor at Duncan: The renegade still astonishes

By Tara Mitton Catao It was only a short 13 months ago that the Paul Taylor Dance Company was here at the Duncan Theatre performing the iconic modern dance choreographer’s trademark ath...

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Early music specialist Jeannette Sorrell comes to New World

If you were a member of the prosperous middle class of Leipzig in the early part of the 18th century, chances are you’d have made it over to the Catharinenstrasse on a win...

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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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At Festival of the Arts Boca: Richard Ford returns with Frank, thanks to Sa

The novelist and short story writer Richard Ford lives in Maine, with a small apartment in Harlem for the two days a week he teaches at Columbia University. So of course he’s loo...

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Weekend arts picks: Feb. 20-22

Opera: All eyes will be on the Kravis Center tonight as a new American opera makes its official debut, a milestone in South Florida arts history. Ben Moore’s Enemies, A Love ...

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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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