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  • Tribute acts, concert bands at Mizner Park

    Tribute acts, concert bands at Mizner Park
    Seeing Billy Joel or Journey easily could cost $100. But this summer, you can get a taste of their music for free. Tribute acts and light classical bands form the city of Boca Raton's Summer Music Series, which begins Sunday, June 15. Six tribute...
  • Amazon unveils Prime Music, removes the 'barrier' of choice

    Amazon unveils Prime Music, removes the 'barrier' of choice
    Online retail giant Amazon has unveiled its new streaming service, called Prime Music, one more addition to the company’s growing list of perks provided to premium members. As Amazon’s video service does with movies and TV shows, Prime Music...
  • Mimi Lipson on her debut collection, 'The Cloud of Unknowing'

    Mimi Lipson on her debut collection, 'The Cloud of Unknowing'
    On Friday night at Stories in Echo Park, Mimi Lipson will take the mike to read from her debut short story collection, "The Cloud of Unknowing," published by the small independent Yeti Publishing. Lipson, who lives in Kingston, N.Y., put together the book...
  • Catfish Hunter and the Zen of the Treasure Trove

    Catfish Hunter and the Zen of the Treasure Trove
    If you have spent much time matriculating at some of central Broward County’s most authentic beach bars, you are familiar with the laid-back charms of singer, songwriter and guitarist Catfish Hunter. And if you went on to pursue an advanced degree...
  • Songwriters Hall of Fame Shines a Light on Sidestage Tunesmiths

    Here's a problem that curators in Cooperstown, N.Y., Cleveland and Canton, Ohio, rarely have to face: How do you properly maintain a Hall of Fame when so many of your most important inductees aren't particularly, well, famous? Yet it's an issue the...
  • LGBT show "Little House on the Ferry" at Broward Center

    LGBT show "Little House on the Ferry" at Broward Center
    What’s with all the deer? They appear in much of the marketing and the YouTube videos for “Little House on the Ferry,” an original musical comedy that takes place on Fire Island, a barrier island off New York known for being a gay...
  • Alan Douglas, associated with Jimi Hendrix's later success, dies at 82

    Alan Douglas, associated with Jimi Hendrix's later success, dies at 82
    Alan Douglas, a record producer who worked with a panoply of rock and jazz legends but is most closely associated with the phenomenal posthumous success of Jimi Hendrix, has died at his home in Paris. He was 82. Douglas, who had been ill in recent...
  • 'Fargo' Composer Jeff Russo Finds Strength In the Silence

    In FX's limited series "Fargo," a chance encounter causes an innocent man's life to spiral out of control with deadly consequences. It's trademark Hitchcock territory if it wasn't inspired by the Coen Brothers' 1996 theatrical feature, which makes this...
  • CANNES: Alice Rohrwacher's 'The Wonders' Wins Grand Prix

    The jury of the 67th annual Cannes Film Festival handed out its awards on Saturday night. Jane Campion served as president of the jury, which also included Willem Dafoe, Carole Bouquet, Gael Garcia Bernal, Jeon Do-yeon, Jia Zhangke, Leila Hatami and...
  • CANNES: 'Winter Sleep' Wins Palme d'Or

    CANNES -- "Winter Sleep," Nuri Bilge Ceylan's sprawling, character-rich portrait of a self-absorbed Anatolian hotelier and his uneasy relationships with those around him, won the Palme d'Or at the 67th annual Cannes Film Festival on Saturday night. It's...
  • John Fullbright's 'Songs' album follows long-shot Grammy nod

    John Fullbright's 'Songs' album follows long-shot Grammy nod
    A year later, Oklahoma singer and songwriter John Fullbright still comes to just one conclusion about his unlikely Grammy Award nomination for his self-released 2012 debut album “From the Ground Up,” which found itself singled out alongside...