The United States has been for much of its history a remarkably artistic nation. The American arts of the 20th century in particular have been the driver of the country’s immense global cultural influence, a kind of soft power that often muffles othe
ABOVE: Fronted by an improved plaza, the renovated amphitheater is shown to the left, adjacent to a new theater building with circular staircases. BELOW: Inside, the 450-seat performance space shows a digital exhibition but could accommodate an array
A $1 million donation has been made to the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation’s Keeping the Promise Campaign to support the current and future needs of the medical facility.
The monetary source: Sun Capital Partners Foundation founders Rodger Kr
Lisa Marie Browne, standing in front of a mural inside Dreyfoos School of the Arts, fell in love with the mission of the school. Her involvement grew to the point that she now chairs its foundation. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
By Brian Biggane
By Jane Smith
Boynton Beach held a soft opening of its new Fire Station 1 on June 3. As part of the city’s Public Art program, a mural featuring a collage of photos of the city’s fire rescue st
Florida Atlantic University’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters’ first Culture, Arts and Society Today (CAST) party fundraiser generated more than $100,000 for student scholars
Local organizations hopeful even as future looks bleak
By Jan Engoren
ArtsPaper Contributing Writer
When the Cannes Film Festival is canceled and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is projected to lose $100 million after closing down be
Here are edited reviews of performances that occurred in early March. For complete reviews, see palmbeachartspaper.com
Lois Pope and Jan McArt (l-r) will join Jay Stuart and Carolyn Marcell for the musical Gigi March 14-15 at Lynn University, where McArt directs the theater arts program. She cast her longtime friend Pope as Aunt Alicia, Stuart as Honoré and Marcell a
The Arts Garage welcomed nearly 200 friends and supporters to the Soul Party-themed event featuring live performances, silent and live auctions, complimentary cockt
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By Christine Davis
Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation’s $250 million fundraising effort, Keeping the Promise, got an early holiday present. Philanthropists Toby and Leon Cooperman made a $25 million gift to the campaign during a St. Andrews Cou
With the secret location announced one hour prior to the outdoor event, hundreds of partygoers hurried
An artist’s rendering of Elisabetta's Ristorante, Bar and Pizzeria on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. Photos Provided
By Jan Norris
Lisabet Summa is putting her name on a restaurant at last. The longtime chef, consultant and partner of Big Time Re
By Stephen Moore
Imagine preparing for a day’s work at your place of emp
It’s that time of year again, when the holiday calendar gets crowded with arts activities to put everyone in the mood for the season.
This month, we have two calendars: one of the non-holiday events and one devoted just to seasonal off
Photographic Centre’s FOTOcamp (photo by Andy Spilos).
The Advisory Board of the School of the Arts, along with President John Kelly and Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Dean Heather Coltman, celebrated a reception and performance by Elisabeth von Trapp, granddaughter of Baron and Maria von
The eighth annual arts, culture and music event assembled the biggest parade of stars in its history and featured the return of violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman. ‘This year’s Festival of the Arts Boca was one of our best and most successful ever,’ said
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