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  • Florida travel events calendar for December

    Florida travel events calendar for December
    Check out festivals and events in December across the state. Featured destination: Key West Dec. 4-21: Key West 'Bight' Before Christmas, Key West. Live holiday music, games for the kids, free cookies and eggnog, holiday cheer and a chance for...
  • Warm spots in Pierre Huyghe's often chilly Conceptualism at LACMA

    The traveling 20-year retrospective of French Conceptual artist Pierre Huyghe turns the Los Angeles County Museum of Art into a mammoth vivarium — a carefully orchestrated, walk-in terrarium-cum-aquarium. The exhibition creates a self-contained...
  • 'The Nutcracker': A guide to holiday performances around L.A.

    'The Nutcracker': A guide to holiday performances around L.A.
    The end of the Thanksgiving holiday usually means the beginning of "Nutcracker" season. In the Los Angeles area, there will be a typically abundant number of performances of Tchaikovsky's most popular ballet.  Here's a guide to select productions of...
  • Delray officials ask if Arts Garage can meet land-buy deadline

    Delray officials ask if Arts Garage can meet land-buy deadline
    It was a strong sign of support by Delray city commissioners when they gave the city's popular performing-arts venue a chance to become a property owner instead of a renter. The city last year gave the Arts Garage until March 15, 2016, to raise the $2.5...
  • DANCE REVIEW: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago at the MCA Stage

    DANCE REVIEW: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago at the MCA Stage
    Proximity to the stage is an often-unacknowledged factor in performance. Those main stage seats cost more for a reason: The action is up close and personal. As much of a pleasure as it is to watch Hubbard Street Dance Chicago anywhere, it's even...
  • Schmidts' $16 mil donation to FAU latest in long relationship

    If there's one family that's become synonymous with Florida Atlantic University, it's the Schmidts. Their names are everywhere on campus: the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, the Charles E. Schmidt Biomedical Center, the Charles E. Schmidt College...
  • Best bets for Dec. 9

    Best bets for Dec. 9
    Music Symphony Holiday Spectacular: Classical duo pianists Dunlap & Pennington will be joined by Symphony of the Americas for a multi-media performance including classical pieces, Broadway show tunes, American songbook standards and contemporary pop...
  • Winners of ArtPop Lehigh Valley billboard contest named

    Winners of ArtPop Lehigh Valley billboard contest named
    The work of six Lehigh Valley artists will be showcased on a grand scale throughout 2015 as Adams Outdoor Advertising launches its new ArtPop Lehigh Valley program in January. The winning artists, selected via a juried competition, will have their work on...
  • Recipients of United Arts of Central Florida's Operating Support Grants

    Recipients of United Arts of Central Florida's Operating Support Grants
    Here are the the Central Florida arts organizations that received United Arts Operating Support Grants, which will be distributed in 2015. Technical assistance grants were awarded to help pay for a six-month series on fundraising developed by the...
  • Remembering Murrah, Obama's workload and bears: Letters

    Remembering Murrah, Obama's workload and bears: Letters
    Remembering Murrah Kenneth Murrah died Friday night, and many of us were shocked — not because Ken was a picture of health, but we never imagined life in Central Florida without him. I have been on the board of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra...
  • NEA grants go to musical works about Marilyn Monroe, My Lai massacre

    NEA grants go to musical works about Marilyn Monroe, My Lai massacre
    The arts can make strange bedfellows, and now there’s a reason to mention Marilyn Monroe, Sweeney Todd and William Calley in the same breath. In its latest round of grants, the National Endowment for the Arts has embraced productions by three...