August 10, 2017 RSS feed / Arts & Entertainment News

‘Diary’

Remaining relevant today, students tell Anne Frank’s tale in show at Maltz

A COLLECTION OF TALENTED, LOCAL middle and high school students is currently mounting a stage adaptation of the iconic book “The Diary of Anne Frank” at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre under the supervision of professional mentors.  More...

HAPPENINGS

Jill and Rich offer evening of songbook sounds

Fans of Legends 100.3 FM and the local music scene will rejoice in the opportunity to spend “An Intimate Evening with Jill & Rich,” the married co-hosts of “The Morning Lounge,” Jill and Rich Switzer, at the Harriet Himmel More...

ANTIQUES

Chinese ‘He-He’ twins figurine said to bring happiness to marriage

Once, long ago in China, there was a pair of immortal twins, one bringing harmony and the other union, according to the legends. More...

LATEST FILMS

‘The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature’

“The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature” (Rated PG) is not just atrocious, it’s insulting to the human race. Literally. The only decent humans in the film are the cops in the end; everyone else seems to come straight from hell.  More...

PUZZLE ANSWERS

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Matchbox Twenty takes its show on the road

Matchbox Twenty is doing its first U.S. tour in four years this summer, but fans shouldn’t expect this outing to immediately be followed by a new studio album or another extended round of shows next year. More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

Convention offers a glimpse into the ‘family’ of collectors

One of the joys of collecting — and trying to learn about antiques — is taking advantage of opportunities to see the best of the best.  With that in mind, I set out for Orlando to the United Federation of Doll Clubs’ annual con More...

CONTRACT BRIDGE

When and how to lose a trick

Most mistakes made by declarer are basically simple errors. The hands that are easy to play correctly by far outnumber the more complicated ones; they require only ordinary care to achieve the best result. More...

Opera BootCamp culminates in Aug. 27 performance

Twelve classical singers from around South Florida will participate in a 60-hour “BootCamp” in Fort Lauderdale, run by Opera Fusion Inc. of West Palm Beach.  More...

PUZZLES

PREPOSITION REPETITION
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HOROSCOPES

VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Watch that penchant for being super-judgmental at work. It might create a bad impression with someone whose decisions could determine the course of your career.   More...