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  • Boston explosions: Mike Piazza recalls 9-11 healing process, legendary home run

    Boston explosions: Mike Piazza recalls 9-11 healing process, legendary home run
    A little more than a decade ago, horrific terrorist attacks left residents of New York City numb, looking for a reason to start healing, a way to move forward, a reminder of life the way it was.  For a brief  moment, Mike Piazza provided it. The Miami...
  • Marlin great Charles Johnson goes to bat for Young at Art Museum

    Marlin great Charles Johnson goes to bat for Young at Art Museum
    Is it any coincidence that two South Florida athletes showing off a unique appreciation for the arts  both used to make their living in baseball’s most cerebral position? Former Marlin Charles Johnson laughs at the suggestion that catchers are...
  • Mike Piazza right at home with Miami City Ballet

    Mike Piazza right at home with Miami City Ballet
    OK, wiseguy, we know what you’re thinking: “Mike Piazza performing with Miami City Ballet? Well, so much for the rumors that he’s gay!” Har-dee-har-har. But while you’re laughing about it, know that Piazza is laughing, too....
  • From toe to tap, Philip Neal shows Miami City Ballet how to be Broadway hoofers

    From toe to tap, Philip Neal shows Miami City Ballet how to be Broadway hoofers
    Here's the challenge: Teach Miami City Ballet's classical dancers how to tap-dance like a Broadway hoofer. Here's the solution: Bring in Palm Beach's Philip Neal. The former principal dancer at the New York City Ballet is not only Miami City Ballet&...
  • Weekend Preview: Get your party on, get your swede in

    Weekend Preview: Get your party on, get your swede in
    Here's what's on our mind this weekend: Low-budget movies, cheap drinks, free music, Ben Taylor, Mike Piazza and two leading curators of the cultural drift: Augusten Burroughs and KRS-One.  SWEDE ME, BABY Organizers of the second annual South Florida...
  • Miami City Ballet artistic director Lourdes Lopez

    Miami City Ballet artistic director Lourdes Lopez
    In the dance world, all eyes will be on the Miami City Ballet. This is the debut season from artistic director Lourdes Lopez, who set tongues wagging last year when she was asked by MCB’s board to take over eight months earlier than previously...
  • Broward Center Teen Ambassadors

    Broward Center Teen Ambassadors
    Free shows, exclusive interviews, backstage passes and social media coverage add up to an indescribable theater experience. Four years ago, The Broward Center for the Performing Arts initiated the Teen Ambassador Program to encourage high school...
  • New workout styles go from running to the runway

    New workout styles go from running to the runway
    We've watched workout wear go from baggy, ratty sweats and tees to clothes that can go all the way to dinner. Given the sport influences in high fashion and on the streets, where one of the latest looks is stylish gym shoes paired with skirts, it's no...
  • DANCE

    DANCE
    Miami City Ballet's "Program II See the Music": Dancers interpret musical notation using their bodies in the second program of the 28thseason of the Miami City Ballet. In these performances, two ballerinas re-create the moves of violin chords from...
  • Sweat Records turns 5

    The fact that Sweat Records is celebrating its fifth anniversary this weekend is an impressive accomplishment — especially considering that if Mother Nature had had her way, Sweat wouldn’t have lasted a year. The morning after Hurricane...
  • The Go Guide weekend preview: Dream girls we love

    The Go Guide weekend preview: Dream girls we love
    A dream I have. I originally worded that the other way around, but didn’t want to trivialize the brave vision of Dr. King, who, as I was explaining to the kids the other day, should be represented right next to Lincoln on Mount Rushmore, which...