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Coconut Grove Arts Festival spotlights 380 artists

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival returns Feb. 18-20 for its 54th year, highlighting the works of 380 artists. This year’s show will include works in mixed media, paintings, photography, digital art, printmaking & drawing, watercolor, clay works,…

Coconut Grove Playhouse parking moves ahead

Coconut Grove Playhouse parking moves ahead

No matter what happens to the Coconut Grove Playhouse, officials with the Miami Parking Authority want to move ahead with plans for a new parking garage for the Grove. Authority…

3-D life-size replica of Miami Circle may be on way

3-D life-size replica of Miami Circle may be on way

Imagine being able to see a 3-D life-size replica of the Miami Circle, a 2,000-year-old Tequesta Indian artifact at the mouth of the Miami River. As part of a renewed…

Miamians work to expand the art scene

Miamians work to expand the art scene

All around Miami, people are working to expand and elevate the art scene. Those cited are working tirelessly to advance the arts in our community and improve Miami’s cultural footprint…

“The Romanovs: 1613-1918” at Prologue Society

“The Romanovs: 1613-1918” at Prologue Society

Simon Sebag Montefiore, who entertained members of the Prologue Society a few years ago with his popular history “Jerusalem,” returns to talk about his new book, “The Romanovs: 1613-1918 –…

Ethan Canin’s “A Doubter’s Almanac” hard to put down

Ethan Canin’s “A Doubter’s Almanac” hard to put down

Stories about genius and its trials abound, but a 576-page novel about a genius whose obsession is mathematics might not sound like a page-turner. From its first pages, however, Ethan…

Rescue yet another cultural institution: science museum

Rescue yet another cultural institution: science museum

It’s unthinkable to leave as a skeleton a world-class museum promised to Miami-Dade, said several commissioners who Tuesday found no choice but to rescue yet another cultural institution. “We cannot…

HistoryMiami Museum’s 1.5 million photos a research lure

HistoryMiami Museum’s 1.5 million photos a research lure

Almost 2,000 researchers a year now pore through specialized slices of the history of Miami, South Florida and the Caribbean at HistoryMiami Museum’s Archives & Research Center. The center at…

Museum of Science bailout would alter board

Museum of Science bailout would alter board

A county committee is to consider legislation this week that would approve a $45 million grant agreement with the Museum of Science for completing its new home at 1075 Biscayne…

I-395 land deal adds parking for Adrienne Arsht Center

I-395 land deal adds parking for Adrienne Arsht Center

County commissioners unanimously approved a land swap last week that makes way for the placement and setback requirements of the Florida’s Department of Transportation’s long-awaited I-395 signature bridge and provides…

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