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Broward Center for the Performing Arts

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  • Summer entertainment for kids

    Summer entertainment for kids
    Summertime in South Florida usually means that the performing-arts community has shifted into standby mode. But for kids, there are a number of opportunities to learn and/or be entertained. Summer Rocks 2014 The Palm Beach Pops has a music education...
  • Chamber events: Lauderhill Regional Expo

    Greater Boynton Beach State of the City address, "Charting the Course of our Future, presentation by Mayor Jerry Taylor When: 11 a.m., Wednesday Where: Benvenuto Restaurant, 1730 N. Federal Highway. Boynton Beach Contact: Boyntonbeach.org Davie-...
  • The community around Broward Center

    The community around Broward Center
    A point of pride among the team that created the new Huizenga Pavilion on the New River in downtown Fort Lauderdale is something you don’t see. While designing the 15,000-square-foot waterside building — the jewel of a $56-million...
  • Conciertos y eventos culturales

    Conciertos y eventos culturales
    MÚSICA ¿ SIEMPRE FLAMENCO 9voFestival de cante flamenco FECH: 29-31 de agosto LUGAR: Arsht Center, Carnival Studio BOLETOS: $45 JEAN CHARDAVOINE Y AMIGOS Jazz FECHA: 30 de agosto LUGAR: Arts Garage HORA: 8 p.m. BOLETOS: $25+...
  • Tribute to a blues brother

    Tribute to a blues brother
    The setlist Edgar Winter has in mind for Friday's Rock 'N' Blues Fest at Broward Center for the Performing Arts will be punctuated by songs that serve as blistering tributes to a musician far more admired than himself: his older brother Johnny Winter, the...
  • Summerfest features Roman orchestra in symphonic series

    Symphony of the Americas is presenting its 23rd annual Summerfest, a concert series fusing global artistic and cultural traditions with South Florida's music scene. This year, the highlight is the Mission Chamber Orchestra of Rome, which has performed...
  • Weekend preview: The Night Owl goes electric

    Weekend preview: The Night Owl goes electric
    An organic, rebellious, off-the-grid scruffiness has always been one of the main attractions (along with the free beer) of the annual arty gathering known as Night Owl Market in Flagler Village. So when this year’s invitation indicated the event&...
  • Chambers: Two events focus on business women

    Delray Beach What: Focus On Women Committee presents Stylicious: table top expo, fashion show, food, drink, networking and raffles. When: 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Where: Delray Beach Club, 2001 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach. Cost: $25 members; $35 non-...
  • John Mellencamp returning to Broward Center

    John Mellencamp returning to Broward Center
    John Mellencamp will return to the scene of his last South Florida performance, one of 2011’s best live shows, when he performs at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts on March 17. Tickets for the Plain Spoken Tour are...
  • Broward Center honors 20-year volunteer for her work with children

    Twenty-year Broward Center for the Performing Arts volunteer Thelma Flaxman was honored recently during a luncheon for volunteers at the center's Huizenga Pavilion. Flaxman and several other longtime volunteers were recognized for their efforts in...
  • Gov. Rick Scott won't say if he prefers Jeff Atwater or George LeMieux as FAU president

    Gov. Rick Scott won't say if he prefers Jeff Atwater or George LeMieux as FAU president
    Gov. Rick Scott repeatedly sidestepped questions about the hottest political question in South Florida, the presidency of Florida Atlantic University. The presidential search became a political issue over the weekend when the state’s chief...