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Simply Spring

Cultural Corner Simply Spring By Lori Hope Baumel As sung in the musical Camelot, “It’s May, it’s May!” The equestrians have packed up and school is winding...

The Society of the Four Arts – Your Cultural Destination

Cultural Corner The Society of the Four Arts – Your Cultural Destination By Angela Shaw It was one of those picture-perfect Palm Beach days in March when...

March!

Cultural Corner March! By Lori Hope Baumel What does March mean to you? What is the first thing that comes to mind? Of course, we know it...

Wellington’s Greatest Show

Cultural Corner Wellington’s Greatest Show Angela Shaw Every winter Wellington’s greatest show comes to town and stays till spring—a lot longer visit than Barnum’s used to last....

Why Write?

Cultural Corner WHY WRITE? By Lori Hope Baumel “Through Innovative and dynamic state-of-the art exhibitions, as well as compelling programming, the American Writers Museum educates, enriches, provokes and...

Why These Holiday Songs Are Perfect For Florida

Cultural Corner Why These Holiday Songs Are Perfect For Florida By Angela Shaw Ever feel a little awkward singing “The Christmas Song” while sitting in 80-degree weather?...

The President’s Photographer

Cultural Corner The President’s Photographer By Lori Hope Baumel “Pete Souza served as Chief Official White House Photographer for President Obama's full two terms. He was with...

A Power Never Lost

Cultural Corner A Power Never Lost By Angela Shaw When this article posts, Hurricane Irma may be a distant memory. But I have a hunch that for...

Radio Loves Chopin

Cultural Corner Radio Loves Chopin By Lori Hope Baumel Frédéric François Chopin and I go way back. Mr. Chopin was born in Poland as Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin on...

A Tribute to Tribute Bands

Cultural Corner A Tribute to Tribute Bands By Angela Shaw They’re popping up all over.  Music fans—especially midcentury-born enthusiasts—couldn’t be happier. They can experience their teenage music...