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  • Peninsula Fine Arts Center offers revealing showcase for African-American art

    Sift through the world of contemporary African-American art for even a short time and you can't help but be struck by one of its most defining features. Time is no object in this far-sighted realm, where even new work is likely to have one foot...
  • Pacific Symphony to pay tribute to Leonard Bernstein

    Carl St.Clair can pinpoint the last moment he saw Leonard Bernstein. The two had just conducted a show together at the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts, and Bernstein, who had trusted his own composition to St.Clair's baton, urged him to attend...
  • Art and music hit the beach

    Art and music hit the beach
    A beach side festival organized by volunteers to fund Deerfield Beach student scholarships and free concerts on the beach gets underway on Saturday. At least one of those exhibiting is anticipating an educated crowd. "The customers who go there really...
  • Sadie Benning, 'Fuzzy Math,' at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects

    Sadie Benning, 'Fuzzy Math,' at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects
    Sadie Benning makes wall-size jigsaw puzzles that leave people free to see them as paintings or sculptures. Their custom-cut pieces form abstract patterns that simultaneously suggest diagrammatic pictures, stylized graphs or handmade revisions of...
  • Blue McRight, 'Drink Me,' at Samuel Freeman

    Blue McRight, 'Drink Me,' at Samuel Freeman
    A kinder and gentler style of Surrealism takes shape in Blue McRight’s sculptures at Samuel Freeman. Sexual innuendo plays a big part in the L.A. artist’s stylish assemblages, which are too tightly wound to be unsettling and too literal in...
  • Freebie Friday: Fridays are free at the Morse

    Freebie Friday: Fridays are free at the Morse
    Looking for free stuff to do this week?   Freebie Spotlight  Free Fridays at the Morse --Free admission to the galleries from 4-8 p.m. on Fridays through  April.  Visit www.morsemuseum.org for more information.   Event/Festival    Central...
  • Sinatra celebrations: The party begins

    Sinatra celebrations:  The party begins
    Most of the year's major tributes have yet to be announced, but this is the lineup to date: Bob Dylan: "Shadows in the Night": Dylan's Sinatra tribute album will be released next month. "Sinatra: An American Icon": Billed as the official exhibition of...
  • 10 great places for food lovers in the Downtown Arts District

    10 great places for food lovers in the Downtown Arts District
    For those who don’t live downtown, Saturdays are a great day to visit the sprawling Downtown Arts District. There’s a lot happening and much of it is walkable once you find a parking spot for car or bike or jump off the bus. On Saturdays,...
  • Hal Holbrook Celebrates 90th Birthday In Hartford

    Hal Holbrook Celebrates 90th Birthday In Hartford
    The legendary Hal Holbrook has decided to celebrate his 90th birthday in Hartford on Feb. 17. In his mind, what better place to be than at The Mark Twain House & Museum, given that among his many Tony and Emmy award winning roles, his humorous and...
  • L.A. theater openings, Jan. 25-Feb. 1: Kneehigh's 'Tristan & Yseult' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Jan. 25-Feb. 1: Kneehigh's 'Tristan & Yseult' and more
    Segerstrom's Off Center Festival rolls on, playwright Lily Blau shines a light on a Lewis Carroll classic at the Theatre @ Boston Court, and Britain's Kneehigh theater company brings "Tristan & Yseult" to South Coast Rep. Woyzeck Staged reading of Georg...
  • The Wooster Group finds grace in 'Shaker Songs'

    The Wooster Group finds grace in 'Shaker Songs'
    Now that screen technology has overrun our lives, it makes sense that the Wooster Group would take a break from its multimedia revels and turn to the austere Shakers for inspiration. The storied downtown New York performance group has gone from...