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Jill Slaughter, curator of special projects in Pembroke Pines

Jill Slaughter, a San Francisco Art Institute-schooled and Whitney Museum-awarded scholar, brings a creative vision to suburban Pembroke Pines. As the city's curator of special projects, she puts on shows year-round at Studio 18. Many of these have serious themes — in "Which Way Out," she explored LGBT coming out...
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Cinematic Curator

11 months ago by Gillian Speiser
Touting its reputation as a cultural and educational nexus, the Boca Museum of Art is hosting the viewing of two award-winning independent films, The Color of Paradise (Iran, 1999, rated PG) and Mother and Child (U.S., 2009, rated R), through its event "Cinema as an Art Form." Entertaining and thought-provoking,...
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International Reggae and World Music Awards 2014 Heads to Coral Springs

6 months ago by Jacob Katel
South Florida is one of the world's great capitals of Caribbean culture, a cosmopolitan region where people of all nations come together to celebrate music with African roots. That's why the 33rd annual International Reggae and World Music Awards will be held at the Coral Springs Center For the Arts...
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MTV's 2014 Video Music Awards: In Need of Much Improvement

7 months ago by Liz Tracy
Each year around this time, I sit down with my phone in hand and wait for the MTV Video Music Awards to improve. It's a fruitless exercise. I realize that now. But there's an '80s child inside me who still believes in Music Television as the finest marriage of mediums...
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Ten Movies to See in 2014

1 year ago by Calum Marsh
As awards season draws nearer and best-of-the-year lists keep rolling in, there's only one thing left to do: get excited about what comes next. Here are 10 films you won't want to miss in 2014. 1. Adieu au language (Directed by Jean-Luc Godard) Jean-Luc Godard, master of the French Nouvelle...
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