Around and around we go again. Today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret, there's still plenty of events to keep you busy through your working days. Whether you're looking to get ... More >>
Weekdays are the worst, unless you live in South Florida where we refuse to let a moment go by without cramming it full of entertainment. Whether you're looking to relax and recover from the weekend, or would prefer to fill your weekday evening with distracting doings, there's something for you to ... More >>
Weekdays are the worst, unless you live in South Florida where we refuse to let a moment go by without cramming it full of entertainment. Indulge in some gourmet eats while taking in art or down free cocktails and apps while expanding your professional and social circle. Whether you're looking to ... More >>
Another day, another rainy weekend down the drain. It's summer in South Florida: there's not much else you can expect. Fortunately, we have indoor events and tons of A/C. If you're looking to get your drink on -- or just stuff your face -- there are still plenty of events that can occupy your time, ... More >>
Edward Gorey was a glorious eccentric.
As if you needed another reason to obsessively count down until the weekend, this Saturday is the New Times' Beerfest, with a chance to try dozens of beer samplings from Florida craft brewers in addition to international beer legends. If beer isn't your thing, the 17th Annual Wine and Culinary Ce ... More >>
October has arrived in all its lederhosen-wearing, beer-stein-raising, pumpkin everything glory. While most of the heavy activity is reserved for the weekend, there are a few weeknight diversions to tear you away from your fortress of solitude. Without further ado, here are a few of the drink and ... More >>
In the wake of Art Basel, Boca's Mizner Park gets a taste of Italy
Even Degas had his doubts about their artistic value
In Guillermo Trujillo's paintings, there's magic at work, merging the land and the people who inhabit it
America's most beloved artist can make you nostalgic for places you've never been
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
A well-known photograph resurfaces in Boca
Carol Prusa "The Sideshow of the Absurd"
Boca "realism" exhibition shows the weight of corporations in the art world
Landscape oil sketches at the Norton
When politicians and bureaucrats play curator, the art stinks
Game show asks the burning questions
The Boca Museum offers Pousette-Dart till it hurts, plus a glimpse of a fine Florida painter
The work of Arman forces us to reexamine the everyday
Boca Festival Days offers a wide range of happenings throughout August, including more than 37 community events.
Sophia Vari's powerful sculptures are at once organic and abstract
"Haitian Celebration: South Florida Collects Haitian Art" and "A Sense of Place: Gullah Images" at the Coral Springs Museum of Art
"Impressionism to the Present: Camille Pissarro and His Descendants"
"Faculty Show: The Future Is Now!"
September 24 - 30, 1998