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  • Teaching Kids To Read And Move

    Teaching Kids To Read And Move
                  Reading and dancing are two activities not normally combined, however, Book and Boogie incorporates both to provide literacy improvements.             The Book and Boogie program is designed for children ages 4 to 6 to help improve their...
  • Picking Your Palette

    Picking Your Palette
    Want a dreamy, romantic vibe for your upcoming I Do’s? Consider a palette of pale pink and champagne. Just want to have fun? Go for bold pairings of vibrant hues, such as cherry red and aqua. The key thing to keep in mind: the colors you choose will...
  • Season of music and dance opens at Anne Arundel Community College

    At Anne Arundel Community College, spring is a major entertainment season at the Robert E. Kauffman Theater stage at the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts. The AACC Symphony Orchestra scheduled its "Made in America" concert for Saturday, and the AACC...
  • Architect Hans Hollein's fascination with California and the U.S.

    Hans Hollein, the Austrian architect who died Thursday at 80, was one of a small number of architects who set a loose framework for what would become postmodern architecture, with its focus on humor, irony, eclecticism and freewheeling historical...
  • Ravinia sales brisk, but wait long, as ticket-buying opens

    Ravinia sales brisk, but wait long, as ticket-buying opens
    Many hopeful Ravinia Festival concertgoers rose before dawn to buy tickets online Thursday — only to endure hours of online waiting. Ravinia opened its online ticket sales at 5 a.m. for all of its summer shows, including acts like John Legend,...
  • Ray Fisher to Play Cyborg In 'Batman-Superman' (EXCLUSIVE)

    After testing actors over the past couple of weeks, Warner Bros. and DC have tapped theater actor Ray Fisher for the role of Cyborg in the untitled Batman-Superman pic. Victor Stone or Cyborg, while not a major part in the Batman-Superman feature, is a...
  • Hans Hollein dies at 80; Austrian architect help lead post-modernism

    In the 1970s, architecture faced an identity crisis. A lacerating critique of modern architecture's overreach, especially in remaking wide swaths of cities, had left the profession's 20th-century heroes — Le Corbusier, Mies Van der Rohe, even...
  • Tribeca 2014: Marshall Curry, 'Zero Motivation' take top prizes

    Tribeca 2014: Marshall Curry, 'Zero Motivation' take top prizes
    NEW YORK -- A feature about Israeli female soldiers and a documentary about an American fighting in Libya took top jury prizes at the Tribeca Film Festival Thursday night. “Zero Motivation,” Talya Lavie’s Hebrew-language look at a...
  • Film Festival: 'Bulls' a tough one to tame

    Film Festival: 'Bulls' a tough one to tame
    Filming "Brahmin Bulls" was not a breeze. Director Mahesh Pailoor valiantly balanced budgetary issues and his cast's schedules while shooting the entire movie out of order. He even faced an unexpected foe — the 85th annual Academy Awards. "We...
  • Yow Dance performs 'Spring into Dance' at Seminole State College

    Yow Dance performs 'Spring into Dance' at Seminole State College
    Yow Dance will perform in Seminole State College's fifth annual "Spring Into Dance" concert this weekend. Yow Dance is under the direction of Eric Yow, an adjunct professor at the college. Choreography is by Yow and troupe dancers Christin Caviness,...
  • Bulletin Board

    Friday Art exhibit, "Favorite Places: Europe & Delray," acrylic paintings by local artist Sue Lynch, second floor gallery, Delray Beach Public Library, 100 W. Atlantic Ave. Exhibit runs through June 14 during library hours. Visit delraylibrary.org or...