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  • Best bets for Nov. 30

    Best bets for Nov. 30
    Music Dave Koz and Friends: The Grammy-nominated saxman returns yet again with his wildly popular annual Christmas concert. Jonathan Butler, Christopher Cross and Maysa help audiences celebrate the “Saxophonic” season with a contemporary...
  • Museum stores for holiday shopping

    Museum stores for holiday shopping
    Thanksgiving weekend used to be so simple — some food, some family time, some football for those so inclined. But then Black Friday busted down the door, marring the traditional kickoff to the season of goodwill with grim stories of consumers...
  • Assorted 'Nutcrackers': Our list of 11 productions

    Assorted 'Nutcrackers': Our list of 11 productions
    So, you want to take the family to "The Nutcracker." If you have little dancers of your own, your choice is probably made. But if not, or if you want to branch out, where to go? Timing, location, price, and quantity and quality of artists might all be...
  • Art Basel Miami Beach: Eight parties you'll want to attend

    Art Basel Miami Beach: Eight parties you'll want to attend
    Unless you own a VIP lanyard or an email invite, or happen to be chummy with Kim Kardashian's personal doorman, don't expect to attend the glitziest Miami Art Week parties converging on South Florida next week. But never mind the velvet ropes. Plenty of...
  • Top holiday events in the Baltimore area this season

    Top holiday events in the Baltimore area this season
    We don't blame those who like to spend the waning weeks of 2014 indoors. For one thing, it's cold. For another, you'll likely encounter traffic (both the people and car versions) anywhere you go to shop. Yuck. And your fireplace and pajamas are calling....
  • Turner film, exhibition reveal British master to a new generation

    With an epic sweep worthy of a J.M.W. Turner masterpiece, a new portrayal of one of Britain's greatest painters is winning the Romantic artist a new generation of admirers. Joseph Mallord William Turner overturned 19th Century conventions by painting the...
  • 'Blue Monday' artist Annie Lee dead at 79

     'Blue Monday' artist Annie Lee dead at 79
    Besieged by women's requests for works by painter Annie Lee in the late 1990s, Hammond, Ind.-based art seller Yusuf Ali El traveled to the Annie Lee & Friends Gallery in south suburban Glenwood and was surprised to find the artist herself staffing the...
  • Seductive hells

    Seductive hells
    Wangechi Mutu is squatting on the forest floor, gorging on a three-tiered chocolate cake with bare, bejeweled hands. Chunks of dough lodge in long, curly acrylic nails, dark frosting smears across a flowing white dress and Plexiglas platform heels dig...
  • Twin Cities rail link makes St. Paul a much closer sibling

    Twin Cities rail link makes St. Paul a much closer sibling
    Some siblings come across as rivals who seem disconnected, and that's the way Minnesota's Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul used to appear. Now, as of this year, light rail connects these sisters — which means there is no reason to stay with...
  • Art Basel Miami Beach: Park, look and listen

    Art Basel Miami Beach: Park, look and listen
    If anything is missing from Art Basel Miami Beach, the big smashup of people, prestigious paintings, lowbrow graffiti and international tourism, it's a little "therapy." That word belongs to Alex Gartenfeld, chief curator of the debuting Institute of...
  • Art Basel y Miami Art Week inauguran el mes

    Art Basel y Miami Art Week inauguran el mes
    Si para gustos están los colores, en la celebración Art Basel Miami Beach 2014, hay de sobra para todos. Art Basel Miami Beach ya no es sólo aquella feria de arte contemporáneo que se desprendió de su homónima en Suiza (considerada una de las más...