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It’s a Family (Holiday) Tradition!
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It’s a Family (Holiday) Tradition!

Pictured above: Neil Patrick Harris at Epcot’s Candlelight Processional. Courtesy of Walt Disney World.  Happy December Boca moms! You’ll have to bear with us ‘parenting bloggers’ this time of year, because our content is ALL holiday ALL the time. It gives new meaning to the phrase “tis the season”—trust me on that. We covered shopping […]
Boca Museum’s “Regarding George Ohr” Re-imagines Ceramics
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Boca Museum’s “Regarding George Ohr” Re-imagines Ceramics

There’s cold comfort in posthumous recognition. No one should know that better than George Ohr, a virtuoso ceramicist in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, whose radical work was so ahead of its time that he never lived to reap its benefits. An eccentric genius who likened himself to Shakespeare, he famously said, “When […]
Inside Delray’s Renovated Cornell Museum
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Inside Delray’s Renovated Cornell Museum

To paraphrase Barenaked Ladies, there are a lot of things you could do if you had a million dollars. Renovate a historic art museum in the heart of Delray Beach is one of them. This past summer, the Cornell Museum invested the better part of $1 million to transform its interior, courtesy of a donation […]
Inside the Boca Museum’s New Look
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Inside the Boca Museum’s New Look

Change continues to be in the air—along with the cranes supporting it—for Palm Beach County’s most esteemed museums. The Norton’s multiyear transformation continues apace, and the Cornell Museum at Old School Square, which had been closed for renovation this summer, will reopen next Wednesday with an all-new interior. To this list of beautified spaces we […]
Theatre Review: “The Good Girl” a Muddled Dystopian Sex Comedy
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Theatre Review: “The Good Girl” a Muddled Dystopian Sex Comedy

Emilie Collyer’s “The Good Girl,” a racy new play about the perils of artificial intelligence, is cut from a similar cloth as HBO’s “Westworld,” and it contains echoes of “Frankenstein”—exemplary touchstones from the annals of cautionary sci-fi. But with its ephemerally short running time—it clocks in at less than one hour in its regional premiere […]
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