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Color Therapy Courtesy of Maureen Fulgenzi

Cultural Corner Color Therapy Courtesy of Maureen Fulgenzi By Angela Shaw US Bank’s Palm Beach branch, with its neutral walls and modern furnishings, provides the perfect backdrop...

July, 2010 – Summertime, a Time for Great Books

Cultural Corner   Summertime, a Time for Great Books   By Marla E. Schwartz   There’s no doubt that summertime in Florida is literally just as scorching to our outsides...

September, 2011 – Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill

Florida audiences are familiar with Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill as she has been performing in the area for years. And there’s no doubt that the upcoming production of her show LATIN ROOTS at Festival Miami at the University of Miami presented in collaboration with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers will electrify you.

January, 2013 – Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Basel Miami Beach is hands down one of the most spectacular art shows in the world and is considered the most prestigious art show in the Americas.

Mehri Danielpour – The Starving Artist and the Queen

Cultural Corner Mehri Danielpour - The Starving Artist and the Queen By Angela Shaw At first, Mehri Danielpour could not get the hang of color. Although her...

April, 2011 – Poet Mary Oliver

Cultural Corner   Poet Mary Oliver Comes to Lynn   By Marla E. Schwartz   Someone glorious this way comes.*       Mary Oliver is one of this country's most esteemed and...

Mona Lisa Tribe

Mona Lisa Tribe A native of Deland, Florida, Tabitha Meeks organized her first music quartet in elementary school and has been getting girls together to...

February, 2013 – Novelist Thane Rosenbaum

Thane Rosenbaum, a successful novelist, essayist (whose work has been published by the Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and other publications), book critic, the John Whelan Distinguished Lecturer in Law teaching human rights, legal humanities, and law & literature and also the Director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, recently appeared at Miami Book Fair International.

November, 2011 – Unexpectedly Eighty, An Interview with Judith Viorst

The ability to transcend literary genres between the world of the child and the adult fictional landscape is something Viorst appears to do effortlessly while invoking a magical touch to every page.

Judy Berens: Horse Woman Turned Wildcat Conservationist

Cultural Corner Judy Berens: Horse Woman Turned Wildcat Conservationist By Angela Shaw It all started 20 years ago when Judy Berens decided to adopt an ocelot as...