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When you think of Ernest Thompson’s “On Golden Pond,” the movie version with film legends Henry Fonda, Katharine Hepburn and Jane Fonda (distributed in 1981) probably comes to mind. There was a 1979 stage version, however, with a solid play script that kept the drama running in various New York City theaters for a year and […]

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By Giselle Heraux, AIRE It’s the 1980s, and Bill Maxwell is taking his sister to Everglades National. As they drive down Krome Avenue, Maxwell’s sister catches a view of the distant pine forest. “I don’t want to go there,” his sister proclaims. “There’re too many trees. Maxwell tells this story to point out that many […]

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This weekend, Miami Book Fair International features a contingent of poets and writers from around the world, including Obama inauguration poet Richard Blanco, whose work never rests even after the final word is written.

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The eat-local, shop-local movement has skyrocketed in recent years, especially with programs like Community Supported Agriculture, where farmers offer a certain number of “shares” to the public. Interested consumers buy a share and in return receive boxes of seasonal produce throughout the farming season. This exchange benefits both the farmer, who gets early, reliable payment […]

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Crane Arts is in the midst of a vast exhibition organized by InLiquid that explores and ignites discussion about the challenging and often overlooked world of juvenile detention and youth incarceration. “Juvenile In Justice” comprises work by three artists: Richard Ross, Roberto Lugo and Mat Tomezsko, which each approaching the topic from different but relevant angles. There is […]

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The “indie classical” crowd doesn’t do things the same way as their predecessors did, when a career in this art form was defined by an elite management agency and carefully chosen appearances in major venues. While that world certainly hasn’t disappeared, today’s younger classical players are just as happy to bring their art to the […]

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What’s in a name? For Knight Plaza in Miami, it’s the connection between art, science, journalism and people, a gathering spot for the community. Knight Foundation donated $10 million each to the new Pérez Art Museum Miami and the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, in downtown Miami’s Museum Park on Biscayne Bay. The Pérez Art Museum […]

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The focus of this weekend’s Twin Cities Media Alliance 2013 Fall Media Forum is especially timely given the lively public conversation of late surrounding issues of diversity, access and cultural (mis)representations in local arts. The theme of this year’s daylong conference is “Getting the Word Out: New Media Strategies for Engaging Diverse Communities.” Guante, a hip-hop artist and […]

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Knight arts grantee Akron Civic Theatre has a musical program to suit your tastes this holiday season. The diverse lineup includes rock-and-roll carols, country Noels from the Oak Ridge Boys, classic holiday music from a choir produced and sponsored by the Akron Civic Theatre, even some cool jazz. On Saturday, Dec. 14 at 8 p.m., […]

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As the end of 2013 approaches, there are only a couple of chances left this year to enjoy local, live theater. In December, Theatre Macon and Macon Little Theatre will both present familiar musicals for the holidays. Macon Little Theatre will present “The Wizard of Oz,” beginning Dec. 6. This adaptation of the familiar story […]

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