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An evening of Broadway songs at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

Miami, Music, Theater // October 13, 2014

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The Carbonell Award, named after Cuban sculptor Manuel Carbonell, annually recognizes excellence in South Florida theater. On Saturday, October 25th at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) will present an evening of Broadway songs with performances by past Carbonell winners as part of its Cabaret Series. Carbonell Award-winning director […]

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Pianist Marchena to perform evening of Latin American Classics

Miami // October 12, 2014

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Fundación Educativa Carlos M. Castañeda (FECMC) proudly presents an Evening of Latin American Classics with lauded pianist Martha Marchena. Marchena’s unique repertoire, captivating performances and innovative discography has engaged listeners for decades. Born in Cuba, she has performed as a soloist with orchestras and chamber music ensembles worldwide. She takes to the stage at the […]

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Daniel Lewis Sampler: a venue for local talent

Dance, Miami, Music // October 10, 2014

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The Daniel Lewis Dance Sampler returns to the Little Haiti Cultural Center for two days: Saturday, October 18th at 8 p.m. and Sunday, October 19th at 3 p.m. The Sampler provides local talent a platform to share excerpts of full-length work with the community. Next weekend, the Sampler will feature local talent, including Dance NOW! […]

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Julian Schnabel helps kick off art season

Miami // October 10, 2014

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Although Art Basel Miami Beach is still two months in the future, museums are starting to pull out their big guns and unveil the exhibits they will feature during that frenetic, international art week. The NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale is one of them. Now under the direction of former MOCA leader Bonnie Clearwater, […]

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Marygrove staff shows its colors in the 2014 Faculty Exhibition

Detroit // October 10, 2014

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Marygrove is a liberal arts college nestled on McNichols near Livernois, located in Detroit’s eponymous University district since the 1920s. At the opening of the fall term, the college had its 2014 Faculty Exhibition, to showcase the resident talent of teachers and administrators, and expose incoming and continuing students to the work of the liberal […]

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Coach House Theatre opens season with charming “Over the River and Through the Woods”

Akron, Theater // October 10, 2014

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If you’re looking for a great evening out, go see Coach House Theatre’s production of “Over the River and through the Woods.” Joe DiPietro’s comedy comes across as charming, and with the right touches of poignancy, to make you leave the theater happy you went, praising what you saw, and feeling the kind of warm […]

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Performance artist Eiko Otake at the Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts

Philadelphia // October 9, 2014

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Japanese-born performance artist Eiko Otake has launched the public phase of her two-year Artist-in-Residence project at the Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts. Made possible by a Knight Foundation Philadelphia Arts Challenge award, inaugural activities include “A Body in a Station,” a series of solo three-hour durational performances at Amtrak’s 30th Street Station on four […]

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Music from Latin America at Reading Terminal Market

Philadelphia // October 9, 2014

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By Ann Mintz, Reading Terminal Market In September, Reading Terminal Market celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month, working in partnership with two culturally-specific organizations: AfroTaino Productions, and Raices Culturales Latinoamericanas. Afrotaino Productions was founded in 2005 by Rahsaan Lucas and Marangeli Mejia Rabell, who share a passion for the arts and a commitment to serve as agents […]

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Selma to Montgomery as captured by Spider Martin

Charlotte // October 9, 2014

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“Destination Freedom: Civil Rights Struggles Then and Now,” a commemorative project of the Levine Museum of the New South, continues with an exhibition of photographs by Spider Martin. The exhibition, “Selma to Montgomery: March for the Right to Vote,” opens Saturday, October 11th and runs until February 22, 2015. Catch a first look at “Selma […]

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Retro revelations and unsolved aeronautical mysteries at Napoleon

Philadelphia // October 9, 2014

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Two relatively infamous and unconnected events from the 1970s are being given a new treatment at Napoleon this month thanks to the exhibit “Holding Our Own” by artist H. John Thompson. A hijacker popularly known by the alias ‘D.B. Cooper’ disappeared without a trace along with $200,000 after rerouting a plane from Portland, Oregon to […]

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