Clyde Butcher's New Exhibition Reflects Everglades Enchantment, "Truly One of The Most Unique Places On Earth"1 day ago | Arts
In 1947, conservationist Marjorie Stoneman Douglas famously dubbed the Everglades “The River of Grass,” using that handle as the title for her iconic book about the wetlands that are synonymous with one of Florida’s great natural treasures. Despit...
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Finishing his morning meal, Alan Parsons is remarkably amiable as he indulges in a chat about the clichés of his native country's indigenous foods: "English muffins don't exist in England at all. They're more like a blueberry muffin over there," h...
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When curator Jane Hart left the Art & Culture Center of Hollywood last year, it came as quite a shock. Over almost a decade, Hart had brought sophisticated, cutting-edge contemporary art to the quaint, unassuming space near Hollywood's Young C...
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Call it the mountain muse, the happiness of the heights, or maybe simply the cool mix of altitude and attitude. Yonder Mountain String Band has captured that freewheeling spirit for the better part of 17 years, a connection that has to do with mor...
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Few artists deserve the word "legend" more than Graham Nash. In a career spanning more than 50 years, he's shaped the foundation of modern rock, from his early efforts with the Hollies, which found him stitching the buoyant melodies inspired by Bu...
18 days ago | Interviews
Colin Hay answers the phone, sounding remarkably cheery for a conversation that’s taking place relatively early, at least by rock star standards. Then again, as a musician whose career has found him playing the role of a perennial journeyman, he’s...