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Spotlight on fall’s plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits

As summer transitions into fall, South Florida begins to come alive with an array of plays, concerts, ballets, exhibits, symphony performances, operas and contemporary dances from all over the world. With the upcoming season just around the…

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…

Plan would fund Arsht Center, Frost and Perez museums

Plan would fund Arsht Center, Frost and Perez museums

A deal to pour annual operating cash into the Arsht performing arts center, the Pérez art museum and the Frost science museum and help fund both a Baylink rail line…

Hungry Arsht patrons get 38-story tower with dining

Hungry Arsht patrons get 38-story tower with dining

Hungry patrons of the theater won’t have far to go to make it a full evening of food and fanfare this spring in Miami. The Melo Group plans a May…

Art buyers flock from abroad for week

Art buyers flock from abroad for week

A visit to Art Basel is a great winter escape, but people who appreciate and buy art aren’t here just to party, observers said. “Art Basel has put Miami on…

Art museum clears latest hurdles

Art museum clears latest hurdles

The Institute of Contemporary Art plans to break ground on its new museum in the Design District next week. The road to new digs hasn’t been without a few bumps,…

Wynwood hosts 80 galleries, collections

Wynwood hosts 80 galleries, collections

While there has been some churn in the market, ever-increasing rents in Wynwood haven’t forced out the galleries and art dealers that made the district famous. “Like any major urban…

Downtown balks at Museum Park conservancy

Downtown balks at Museum Park conservancy

It’s hard to turn down free money for a public park, but directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority declined last week to back a conservancy – which has $7.5 million…

Miami City Ballet adds to achievements

Miami City Ballet adds to achievements

A great ballet company is judged by several achievements, including its number and quality of dancers, variety and quantity of the repertoire, national and global touring schedule and how often…

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