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The Week Ahead: July 2 to 8

Jul 01st 2013

The Week Ahead: July 2 to 8

A July Fourth extravaganza, Beyonce's talented younger sister, 16 short plays for the price of one—and more happenings around town. Read More

The Week Ahead: June 11 to 17

Jun 10th 2013

The Week Ahead: June 11 to 17

A Miami Latin pop sensation returns home, the best-selling "Prada" author visits Aventura, and West Delray hosts a Father's Day bash. Plus, Paul Reiser, The Tallest Man on Earth, Taylor Mac and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: May 14 to 20

May 13th 2013

The Week Ahead: May 14 to 20

A Boca Raton improv troupe goes to prom, piano luminaries perform on Miami Beach, and GableStage premieres a suggestive play about sexuality. Plus, the Old School Square Beerfest, art about shipwrecks, Avi Hoffman's new show and more in your week ahead. Read More

Royal DIning in Delray Beach

Apr 12th 2013

Royal DIning in Delray Beach

Chef Darren McGrady, who cooked for Britain's royal family for 15 years, shared hilarious and heartfelt memories at his Crest Theatre lecture. Read More

The Week Ahead: April 9 to 15

Apr 08th 2013

The Week Ahead: April 9 to 15

An eclectic new music festival on Fort Lauderdale Beach, a theatrical comedy of Biblical proportions, and the personal chef for Britain's royal family. Plus, Kevin James, "Lysistrata," Beethoven's five concertos, and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: Jan. 15 to 21

Jan 14th 2013

The Week Ahead: Jan. 15 to 21

Agatha Christie classics brought to life onstage, a lecture from a grande dame of film and television, and a performance from a legend of the electric blues guitar. Plus, Josh Kornbluth, the South Florida Fair, the Boca Raton Fine Art Show and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Weeks Ahead: Dec. 18 - Jan. 7

Dec 17th 2012

The Weeks Ahead: Dec. 18 - Jan. 7

A living legend of the jazz organ, witty satires of theater and politics, and a lecture from one of Hollywood's most controversial voices. Plus, "Gone With the Wind," Marc Maron, art by African-Americans and more in your weeks ahead. Read More


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