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  • Allentown JazzFest pairs with downtown developer to expand to 16 acts over six days

    The inaugural Allentown JazzFest has become a six-day event that will feature 16 performances in late April and early May at nine downtown locations — many of them free, organizers announced Friday. What started as a three-day festival at...
  • Review: 'Così fan tutte' from Florida Opera Theatre

    Review: 'Così fan tutte' from Florida Opera Theatre
    About three years ago I saw Florida Opera Theatre present its first full opera, "The Medium." The one-hour production was staged in the small, unadorned black-box venue of Orlando Repertory Theatre with music director Robin Stamper accompanying on the...
  • Thumbs up [editorial]

    Thumbs up: Worthy Washington of Sykesville was promoted to exalted leader at the Westminster lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks last week, breaking new ground for the club as the first black leader of the local lodge. Washington, a...
  • CHMS students join forces to create a mosaic mural for cafeteria

    CHMS students join forces to create a mosaic mural for cafeteria
    About 200 Clarendon Hills Middle School students are working on leaving a permanent mark at the school. All of art teacher Jean Fitzgerald's approximately 200 students, plus a few who aren't in her classes, are participating in creating a mosaic mural...
  • Nanny Assis leading musical tour of Brazil in Pompano and Delray

    Nanny Assis leading musical tour of Brazil in Pompano and Delray
    Musician Nanny Assis had to leave his native Brazil to discover how much he loved its music. The drummer grew up surrounded by Brazilian music, but preferred playing rock 'n' roll and jazz. He only got into bossa nova and other Brazilian genres after he...
  • Shake Off The Winter Blues With Spring Arts Around Hartford

    Shake Off The Winter Blues With Spring Arts Around Hartford
    So, spring already. Spring into the air with the P&G Gymnastics and Secret U.S. Classic June 3 at the XL Center in Hartford. Bounce along with the New England Region Volleyball Association — Northeast Junior Championships at the Connecticut...
  • Lauderhill arts center expected to open this summer

    Delay in construction held it back by a few months, but Lauderhill is getting ready for a soft opening of its Performing Arts Center this summer. City officials and staff hope that the facility, located near the Central Broward Regional Park on the...
  • Riot Grrrls stake a new space in 'Alien She'

    Riot Grrrls stake a new space in 'Alien She'
    The lesbian feminist sasquatches conspire in a far corner of the room. Some crouch and sniff, others tower on massive feet, their stout legs covered with thick fur. Made from thrift-store-sourced textiles, including toilet and car seat covers, bath mats...
  • Announcements

    Celebrating Wiley H. Bates An event to celebrate the life and times of businessman, alderman and equal rights crusader Wiley H. Bates will be held April 1. A wreath-laying ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. at Brewer Hill Cemetery, West Street at Spa Road...
  • At Norton Simon, a delicate 'Tete-a-Tete' with Whistler, other masters

     At Norton Simon, a delicate 'Tete-a-Tete' with Whistler, other masters
    Hanging a masterpiece on the wall of a museum is a lot like hanging a flea market painting up in your living room. Eyeballing makes all the difference. "Can we see what it would look like 5 inches to the right?" asks Norton Simon Museum associate...
  • Excess becomes art at Miller exhibit

    Old paper, cardboard, found wood and even discarded Starbuck's cups find a new life in art at the latest exhibit at the Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts. About 20 artists turn trash into treasure in the "Art From Excess" exhibit presented by...