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  • How goes the Peninsula's tourism industry?

    How goes the Peninsula's tourism industry?
    Over the past summer, some Peninsula attractions reported spikes in attendance and multiple hotels reported being able to increase room rates despite the lingering effects of sequestration in the region. "I think we're starting to see it come back. I...
  • Delray officials explore ways to save celebrated 'Artists Alley'

    Delray officials explore ways to save celebrated 'Artists Alley'
    The city of Delray Beach doesn't own Artists Alley, the arts colony in a stretch of warehouses that is at risk of closing in the Pineapple Grove community. But that isn't stopping the city from trying to save the four buildings from foreclosure. They're...
  • 'American Pop' makes splash at Allentown Art Museum

    From the Fabulous '40s through the Swinging '60s to now, Pop Art's style has endured. Earlier this year, the Allentown Art Museum explored the beginning of Pop Art's story in "British Pop Art Prints," which revealed how American Pop Art grew from a...
  • L.A. apartment gallery Park View bucks trend of big by going small

    L.A. apartment gallery Park View bucks trend of big by going small
    New galleries and exhibition spaces seem to be popping up all over Los Angeles. There's the 4,500-square-foot Mistake Room at the southern end of downtown and the 5,000-square-foot Gavlak in Hollywood. Soon, New York gallerist Michele Maccarone will...
  • 'Christmas in Eustis' on tap

    "Christmas in Eustis," the Eustis Historical Museum and Preservation Society's main fundraiser, kicks off Nov. 24 and runs through Dec. 7. The annual holiday extravaganza has moved this year to First United Methodist Church, 600 S. Grove St., Eustis....
  • Arts District founder opens new gallery on Lucerne Avenue

    November is an even busier month than usual for the indefatigable Rolando Chang Barrero, artist and founder of the Boynton Beach Arts District. In addition to finding time to paint, running the Arts District, having art walks, and children's and...
  • One-of-a-kind artwork on display

    One-of-a-kind artwork on display
    A collection of one-of-a-kind art creations by more than 20 members of Artisans on fifth, an artists' cooperative-gallery shop in downtown Mount Dora, will open with a reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tavares City Hall, 201 E . Main St....
  • BEST BETS

    BEST BETS
    Music Madama Butterfly: Puccini’s classic opera, presented by Florida Grand Opera, is the story of the marriage of an American naval officer to a young Japanese geisha girl. The result is a tragic culture clash. 8 p.m. Tuesday, Adrienne Arsht...
  • Freebie Friday: Santa arrives at Bass Pro Shops

    Freebie Friday: Santa arrives at Bass Pro Shops
      Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight Santa's Wonderland returns to Bass Pro Shops this weekend.  Free photo with Santa, as well as free crafts and activities for the kids. Find out more!  basspro.com...
  • How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions

     How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions
    First came the national anthem played by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, then a resplendent fanfare by Richard Strauss. But when 22 brass players and a pair of timpanists proclaimed the opening of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Dec. 6, 1964, that...
  • Weekend preview: Where the girls are

    Weekend preview: Where the girls are
    One of the most painful civic embarrassments in Fort Lauderdale’s 103-year history — rivaled only by the wood-shrouded plot on Las Olas where the humble and useful Hyde Park Market gave its life for a developer’s pipe dream —...