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By Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council of Miami More than 150 guests convened at the InterContinental Hotel in Downtown Miami on April 2nd for the 11th Annual Breakfast with the Arts and Hospitality Industry. Hosted by the Arts & Business Council of Miami in conjunction with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, the event […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Long-awaited debuts and interesting programming are in store for fans as South Florida’s 2014-2015 music season draws to a close. First, Anne-Sophie Mutter is scheduled to perform with the New World Symphony, conducted by Founder and Artistic Director Michael Tilson Thomas, in the same program they will perform […]

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By American Composers Forum (ACF) NextNotes is a new, national program designed to nurture the next generation of creative voices in music composition regardless of musical style. Awards encourage and recognize the creative and talented composers with mentorship, scholarship funds and a performance of their work by professional musicians. The following outstanding 2015 NextNotes Winners […]

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By Thomas F. Surprenant, Stahl Construction Company Okay, it’s time to admit that I’m hooked on history. Now that I’ve embarked with my company, Stahl Construction, on the adventure of restoring and conserving some of the ghost signs in Lowertown, my interest in the local history of St. Paul has grown even stronger. I find […]

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By Christina Catanese, Director of Environmental Art, Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education at Schuylkill Center On Sunday, April 26, seven Philadelphia artists will open up their studios, inviting the public to see how they’ve paired art and science in the LandLab artist residency at the Schuylkill Center. But these studios aren’t buildings, aren’t indoors at […]

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Poet meets Everglades

Published on April 20, 2015 by in Miami

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By Nancy Krim, AIRIE Boundaries between earthwatersky melt here, blur. You are 4000 years in the past, 200 years in the future; you are DNA, corpuscles, marl, periphyton. You are limestone pockets, banyan root, propagule, gallinule, ghost orchid, ancient mahogany hidden in hammock. Dry and wet cycles let the same parts of the earth switch […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Once in a while a sumptuous French banquet comes our way to reminds us that it’s good to be alive and to savor the earth’s bounty by virtue of the uniqueness of that splendid cuisine. Excellence is what distinguished the New World Symphony’s April 12 French concert under […]

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By Brad Nathanson, Tosco Music Parties, Inc. Tosco Music Parties is a Charlotte, NC nonprofit organization that hosts family-friendly musical variety concerts to help raise money for youth music scholarships. This video is a compilation of some of the highlights from our April 11, 2015 concert, which included performances by a dozen music acts including […]

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By Michael Stone-Richards, Founding Editor Detroit Research I moved to Detroit after living for a number of years in Brooklyn Heights, New York. I came to teach critical theory and visual studies in the department of Liberal Arts at the College for Creative Studies, but one of the attractions for moving here rather than to […]

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By Ryan Myers- Johnson, Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts On August 1st, 2015 Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts returns for its 3rd annual event. Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts (SFPA) is an outdoor celebration of performance and installation art in the heart of Detroit’s Old Redford and Brightmoor Neighborhoods. The celebration can be described as […]

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