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  • The best from Miley to Emmylou

    From the arena-size antics of pop star Miley Cyrus to the pin-drop nuances of Emmylou Harris, the 2014 concert calendar was a diverse and pleasurable one. Here are Central Florida's Top 10 musical moments: Miley Cyrus (March 24, Amway Center, Orlando)...
  • The 2014 DP 103: Newsmakers and notables

    The 2014 DP 103: Newsmakers and notables
    Welcome to the annual Daily Pilot 103, a list of those who made news and lent influence in 2014. Many of the names below came from reader suggestions, while the others were chosen by the Daily Pilot's news, features and sports staffs. Thanks go to...
  • A 'real' portrait of 'Big Eyes' artist Margaret Keane

    A 'real' portrait of 'Big Eyes' artist Margaret Keane
    Margaret Keane sighs softly and shifts uncomfortably in her seat. She's just been asked to describe what she felt the first time she saw "Big Eyes," the new Tim Burton film about her life and her art — paintings of waifish children with weepy saucer...
  • Arts have been vital U.S.-Cuba link; the thaw will make them better

    Arts have been vital U.S.-Cuba link; the thaw will make them better
    When President Obama announced plans last week to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, U.S. industries — from automotive to tourismĀ — seemed elated by the possibility of being able to operate in Cuba. The news was greeted with just as...
  • Roosevelt University's Auditorium Theatre celebrates 125 years

     Roosevelt University's Auditorium Theatre celebrates 125 years
    Dubbed the "eighth wonder of the world" when it was built in 1889, the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University celebrated its 125th anniversary Dec. 9 with more than 2,000 in attendance at the theater. "Living the History — 125 Years of the...
  • Theater group creating a College Park Fun Map

    Theater group creating a College Park Fun Map
    Heading into 2015, the founders of the College Park Neighborhood Arts & Theatre Center are optimistic that a lot of good things are likely to happen in the new year, with possibilities that include getting a temporary facility to operate out of – or...
  • New York's unusual wreath show lets it all hang out

    New York's unusual wreath show lets it all hang out
    Countless questions spring to mind as you wander the gallery in the Central Park Arsenal, taking in the annual holiday wreath show. Let's start with the obvious. Why, oh why, is there a wreath made of dead bugs? And whose idea was it to create a...
  • Baltimore's year in review: 2014 in the arts

    Baltimore's year in review: 2014 in the arts
    From Melbourne to Jerusalem, Baltimore's arts scene made headlines worldwide more than once in 2014. But tourism boosters might have preferred that local artists and performers and media professionals make a different kind of splash. From a missing...
  • To Jeanne Silverthorne, the joke's on us at Shoshana Wayne Gallery

    To Jeanne Silverthorne, the joke's on us at Shoshana Wayne Gallery
    A lot of people think that contemporary art is a big joke. A lot of artists get frustrated, even angry, when their work gets treated as a gag — as if it’s a laugh track to life’s more serious endeavors, like business and politics and...
  • Review: 'In Search of a Lost Avant-Garde' by Matti Bunzl

    Review: 'In Search of a Lost Avant-Garde' by Matti Bunzl
    Matti Bunzl entered the Museum of Contemporary Art in January 2008, not to check out the paintings but to conduct field research. The museum granted Bunzl, an anthropologist at the University of Illinois, unrestricted access to view the making of cultural...
  • Delray's redevelopment director leaves post after 14 years

    Delray's redevelopment director leaves post after 14 years
    When Diane Colonna next month vacates the post she held for 14 years at a redevelopment agency, she will leave behind a bigger legacy than just flipping Delray Beach properties. Since 2000, the executive director has helped turn Delray's Community...