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Pianist Tao Lin Brings Beautiful Music to South Florida and Beyond

Tao Lin is an internationally acclaimed pianist who makes his home in Broward County. Here’s a recent feature about him on WLRN’s Sunday Breakfast with the Arts!


Barbara Craddock Brings the Magic of Cuban Pete to the Screen in Mambo Man

Barbara Craddock is a professional dancer and choreographer.  She was also the dance partner of Pedro Aguilar, better known as Cuban Pete, in the last years of his life.  She made a vow to continue his legacy and the result i...


2nd Annual Humphrey Bogart Film Festival – A Conversation with Stephen Bogart

The 2nd Annual Humphrey Bogart Film Festival takes place May 1 – 4 in Key Largo.  Arts Radio Network celebrates the Festival with a series of conversations about the life and legacy of Bogie, and what fans can look forwa...

Pedro Aguilar, Cuban Pete

Palm Beach Atlantic University and Norton Museum Celebrate a Legendary “Mambo Man”

On March 30, Palm Beach Atlantic University and the Norton Museum of Art will partner on a multi-disciplinary event to celebrate the legendary Pedro Aguilar, also know as “Cuban Pete”.  Here’s a conversation ...


Stories in Sterling Continues at the Flagler Museum

Take a walking tour with Tracy Kamerer, the Flagler Museum’s Chief Curator!  Stories in Sterling continues through April 20.  For more, visit flaglermuseum.us.


Noel Coward Festival Celebrates the Wit and Wisdom of One of the 20th Century’s Great Artists

Noel Coward was an actor, playwright, cabaret performer and storyteller whose work is as relevant today as it was in his lifetime.  The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the Norton Museum of Art are coming together to...


Lake Worth Playhouse Opens Iconic Play One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest February 27

The Lake Worth Playhouse is one of South Florida’s oldest and most respected community theaters, and this month takes a departure from lighter fare to present the searing drama One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.


Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin Returns to the Festival of the Arts Boca

Acclaimed presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin recently made her fourth appearance at the Festival of the Arts Boca, speaking about Theodore Roosevelt and her new book The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard...


Cinematically Speaking – John Williams

As we ring in the New Year, we revisit a great conversation about the life and work of film composer John Williams.  Caroline Breder-Watts chats with Leslie Gray Streeter and Scott Eyman.


People of the Water at the Palm Beach County History Museum

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County will present the special exhibition People of the Water at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum in the 1916 Court House now though June 28, 2014.  Take an au...

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