St. Paul’s Episcopal Church of Delray Beach is inviting people who love music to join one of its musical programs. Opportunities are available for young people and adults, and participation is open to people of all faiths who share a love of music. R
By Craig Dolch
There are a lot of ways for older adults to stay in shape. They can play golf or tennis, do yoga, ride a bike, walk, play t
Florida Atlantic University benefactor Fara Love has made another gift to the school’s commercial music program, which doubles the Jerry and Devon Love Endowed Commercial Music Scholarship. The scholarship, which supports three students annually, was
The university’s music department, which is housed in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, received a $50,000 donation from the Georgina Dieter Dennis Foundation to continue funding the Georgina Dieter Dennis Vocal Scholarship. It mark
Palm Beach ArtsPaper staff
One minute it’s Thanksgiving, and the next, you’re stocking up on champagne to welcome the new year.
The holidays go by in an instant, but we all try to steal a little time for the ceremony of the season, for its sounds,
St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church will bring internationally-renowned musical acts to downtown Boca Raton as part of its 2015-16 Concert Series, an annual series providing world-class performances for South Florida. Jazz icon Wycliffe Gordon lights up t
Frances Curtiss (seated, from left), Regie Moorcroft and Sylvia Hinges; with Cindy Hopkins and Jeanne Strong, enjoy the March 20 Boca Delray Music Society’s musical social, ‘Hats & Harps Luncheon’ at the Delray Beach Club. Photo provided
By Steve Pike
John Lennon and Paul McCartney met for the fir
By Margie Plunkett
Boston’s continuing restaurant renovation withstood a neighbor’s appeal before the City Commission, but not before the establishment gave up a planned outdoor lobster cooker.
Commissioners later required an additional conditiona
Piano man Reggie Asberry is pretty much the "house band"
at the Highland Beach Holiday Inn and also performs
at the Delray Beach Marriott. Photos by Tim Stepien
By Tim Norris
From a black case, Reggie Asberry pulls out his backup band.
South Palm Beach music lovers will no longer have a choice of two nights to watch their favorite performers, as the town’s cultural committee decided to cut the traditional back-to-back performances to a single night for each artist in
The beat goes on.
And the tunes can go on an hour later at restaurants, including Banana Boat and Two Georges, which are now permitted to have live music until 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until midnight on Fridays, Saturdays a
By Liz Best
If music makes the man, Daniel Young is headed for one doozy
By Tim O’Meilia
Let the music play on, play on, play on.
That’s the Lionel Ritchie All Night Longmessage most of the nearly 200 people who attended the Lantana Town Council meeting July 12 delivered.
By a 4-0 vote, music lovers and partygoers per
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