After the ailing Claude Debussy finished his Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp in 1915, he wrote to a friend that the music reminded him of an “antique” Debussy, writing as he had done 20 years before in the Nocturnes. Not...

Music | Greg Stepanich

For nearly 25 years, the musicians of the Symphony of the Americas have presented Summerfest, a series of concerts and cultural exchanges that take the Fort Lauderdale-based group to other parts of the Americas as well as...

Music | Greg Stepanich

If I told you the first hotel run solely by robots just opened and it features a dinosaur concierge, where in the world would you picture it? It counts if you mention anywhere in Japan — though, technically, it opened...

Art | Gretel Sarmiento

South Florida can go for years without a production of songs by Stephen Sondheim, but this summer will see two back-to-back. First there was Palm Beach Dramaworks’ superb concert version of A Little Night Music and now MNM...

Theater | Hap Erstein

Paunchy and laconic, Joaquin Phoenix mumbles and mopes his way through the first half of Woody Allen’s Irrational Man, seeming to channel Morrissey from his first ragged moment onscreen as the self-flagellating miserablist...

Film | John Thomason


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Art:
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Creatures and robots enliven summer at Morikami

If I told you the first hotel run solely by robots just opened and it features a dinosaur concierge, where in the world would you picture it? It cou...

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Philosophy trumps romance in ‘Irrational Man’

Paunchy and laconic, Joaquin Phoenix mumbles and mopes his way through the first half of Woody Allen’s Irrational Man, seeming to channel Morrissey from his first ragged mom...

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It’s a Sondheim summer at Delray Center, Kravis

South Florida can go for years without a production of songs by Stephen Sondheim, but this summer will see two back-to-back. First there was Palm Bea...

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Dance:
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Godden, Fredmann works to be featured on Harid spring show

In a room on the Harid Conservatory campus off Potomac Road in western Boca Raton, aspirant young professional dancers were working late last week to bring a contemporary ballet to life. As ...

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PBCMF No. 4: Exquisite Debussy is a festival high point

After the ailing Claude Debussy finished his Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp in 1915, he wrote to a friend that the music reminded him of an “antique” Debussy, writing as he had...

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Interviews:
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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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Books:
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‘Missoula’ reveals hidden world of trauma under the ivy

When Jon Krakauer decided to write about non-stranger rape, he was “stunned to discover that many of my acquaintances, and even several women in my own family, had been sexually assaulted by men they t...

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Weekend arts picks: July 25-26

Theater: J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan is one of the best known, most enduring stories ever written. So much so that there are numerous adaptations — like Peter and the Starc...

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NPR’s Ulaby to speak on arts journalism; Maltz launches young professional

FORT LAUDERDALE — Neda Ulaby, arts and culture reporter for National Public Radio, will speak June 24 to the closing session of the Broward County Cultural Divison’s Artist as an Entrepreneur Institute. Ul...

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