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  • Roots Run Deep at Hollywood in Vienna, Where Randy Newman Is Being Honored

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Vienna might be synonymous with Mozart and Strauss, but Sandra Tomek, founder and director of Hollywood in Vienna, perceives equally strong ties to such movie maestros as Max Steiner and Erich Wolfgang Korngold, who established...
  • Three Broward art houses share $90K grant for 'new work'

    The Coral Springs Museum of Art, The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and Nova Southeastern University's Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale recently received the Funding Arts Broward (FAB!) / Knight New Work Projects Awards totaling $90,000. The Coral...
  • Wednesday's Bulletin Board

    Wednesday Children's Story Time, 10:30 a.m. at Helen B. Hoffman Plantation Library, 501 N. Fig Tree Lane. Free. Call 954-797-2145. College Application Workshop, 6 p.m. at Parkland Library, 6620 University Drive. Free. Call 954-757-4200. Healthy Eating:...
  • Thursday's Bulletin Board

    Thursday Anxiety Support, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at 9Muses ArtCenter, 7139 W. Oakland Blvd., Lauderhill. Free. Call 954-746-2055. Bricks and Books, 4 p.m. at Parkland Library, 6620 University Drive. Free. Call 954-757-4200. Children's Story Time, 10:30 a.m. at...
  • Europe concert diary: Harrison Birtwistle at the Proms

    Harrison Birtwistle, who turned 80 in July, is being celebrated as England’s most imposing and probably greatest living composer at the Proms this summer and throughout Britain all year. He is not, however, his country’s best loved composer....
  • 'Into the Woods,' 'Dunsinane' headed to Wallis Annenberg Center

    'Into the Woods,' 'Dunsinane' headed to Wallis Annenberg Center
    A production of the musical "Into the Woods" from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a concert with Branford Marsalis and an evening with former CIA director Leon Panetta will be among the highlights of the new season at the Wallis Annenberg Center for...
  • Sunrise pops orchestra looking to attract younger audience

    Since 1987, Sunrise Symphonic Pops Orchestra has been playing the classical pieces many expect to hear from an orchestra, like music from famous composers Mozart and Tchaikovsky, and popular music from the Frank Sinatra era. But in the last few years...
  • Tapping into Savion Glover's talent

    Tapping into Savion Glover's talent
    It's not often that a single figure dominates a field of artistic endeavor as completely as Savion Glover has loomed over tap dance of the last 20 years. He injected tap with the frenetic energy and freestyle abandon of hip-hop, and Glover's...
  • 'Banner' a hit song with staying power

    'Banner' a hit song with staying power
    The sight that stirred Francis Scott Key on the morning of Sept. 14, 1814, from the deck of a ship on the Patapsco River, not only gave proof of the country's ability to survive a war with Britain. It also generated the verses that, set to a song of...
  • A half-century of John Waters invades New York

    A half-century of John Waters invades New York
    John Waters' ongoing conquest of the arts world continues in New York this month, with a film retrospective at Lincoln Center titled -- and some may appreciate this title more than others -- "Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?" The...
  • 20 Lehigh Valley family events for fall

    20 Lehigh Valley family events for fall
    There are all sorts of activities for families this fall — from children's theater and kid-friendly concerts to a circus and farm tours. One event of note this fall: A game by the Harlem Globetrotters will be the first family performance at...