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  • Florida Grand Opera reveals 2015-2016 season

    Florida Grand Opera reveals 2015-2016 season
    Florida Grand Opera announced a diverse spate of titles for its 2015-2016 season, including Gioachino Rossini's "Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)," Vincenzo Bellini's "Norma," Mieczyslaw Weinberg's "The Passenger" and Gaetano Donizetti's...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Through Saturday, June 27 Exhibit: John Bowen – Watercolorist Delray Beach Public Library John Bowen has been a commercial artist and fine arts painter for more than 50 years. He is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society...
  • What's happening in Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach

    City Annapolis, first block of West Street. •One of Annapolis' most popular street festivals, the First Sunday Arts Festival, will be held June 7. The first block of West Street, from Church Circle to Calvert Street, is closed to traffic from...
  • Highland Way band shares the sound and feel of Scotland for festival

    Highland Way band shares the sound and feel of Scotland for festival
    When Brian Caldwell picked up the rhythm guitar more than 23 years ago, he developed a passion for music that would send him far from his Glasgow, Scotland, home. Off he went on a path toward founding one of his homeland's traditional bands....
  • Cotillion helps grow Little Flowers' youths in West Baltimore

    Cotillion helps grow Little Flowers' youths in West Baltimore
    As a formal dinner wound down Sunday evening, a live rendition of Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" brought dozens dressed in all-white tuxedos and dresses to their feet, dancing boisterously next to their tables. The attendees cutting up on the floor of a...
  • The time of her life: Westminster woman travels with 'Dirty Dancing'

    The time of her life: Westminster woman travels with 'Dirty Dancing'
    Cheryl Stansfield, of Westminster, has been involved with theater in some capacity since she was a teenager. A 2004 graduate of Westminster High School, Stansfield was working as a stage hand in Baltimore, helping set up shows coming to town from...
  • Taylor Swift closes Rock In Rio USA festival in Las Vegas

    Taylor Swift's headlining set at Rock In Rio USA featured her anthemic pop hits, screaming fans and bright lights beaming from the stage. It also played like a fashion show. Swift changed multiple times Friday night at the festival in Las Vegas. She wore...
  • Rock in Rio: Five highlights from Day 1

    Rock in Rio: Five highlights from Day 1
    When gates opened at Rock in Rio USA’s tiny city on the Las Vegas Strip on Friday afternoon, it already had the benefit of a full weekend of operation under its belt. Organizers had learned a great deal from last weekend’s denizens, many...
  • Billboard Music Awards are ho-hum, but Taylor Swift was impressed

    While the boring adults of America were biding their time until the "Mad Men" series finale Sunday, the kids down the hall were donning headphones, staring at screens and occasionally dancing while reveling in another kind of televised marketing...
  • The most basic language, dance, brings out the unutterable

    The most basic language, dance, brings out the unutterable
    For eons societies around the world have used dance to express feelings and to help people heal. Those concepts are embodied in contemporary dance/movement therapy that was founded as a profession in the 1940s. Trained professionals in the field have a...
  • Orlando Fringe review: 'A Dance in the Graveyard'

    Orlando Fringe review: 'A Dance in the Graveyard'
    Though Greek mythology is never brought up in this hypnotic drama from Hi Eugene! Theatre Productions, 'A Dance in the Graveyard' takes its cue from a key component of the Greek afterlife: The river Lethe. Before passing into Hades, the dead were required...