DIRECTOR, CHOREOGRAPHER RE-ENGINEER DISNEY’S “BEAUTY AND THE BEAST”
YOU COULD CALL IT BEGINner’s luck, if there weren’t so much talent, experience and money behind the Disney organization’s first Broadway show — “Beauty and the Beast.” Full Story
Opera concert promises high notes at Downtown
Downtown, get ready to meet Central Park.
At least that is the premise of Caffe’ Duomo’s New York Broadway and
Night. Full Story
Arbor Day Foundation branches out with free trees
Attention, tree-lovers: Here’s an easy way to add a little color to your landscape in 2011.
Florida residents who join the Arbor Day Foundation during the month of January will receive five free crapemyrtle trees. Full Story
“Godspell” coming to Tequesta church
Get a taste of Christian rock as “Godspell” comes to Tequesta.
The combined choirs of a New Jersey church are touring with the show, which stops Feb. 24 at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. Full Story
Exhibition highlights works by college instructors
See a range of works in a variety of media by the art instructors of Palm Beach State College. Full Story
JCC North to host two art exhibitions
The Jewish Community Center of the Greater Palm Beaches is starting 2011 with a pair of art exhibitions that will showcase Jewish artists and works with Jewish themes. Full Story
¦ CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) While your creative aspect remains high this week, you might want to call on your practical side to help work out the why and wherefore of an upcoming decision. Full Story
There were some great cinematic surprises…
2010 FILM PICKS
Best of 2010
Looking over my list of the Top Ten movies of 2010, what strikes me are the things I never thought I’d see on one of my Top Ten lists: A teen comedy, a Joan Rivers documentary, a ballet movie and a British period piece are far from sure things, yet each was spectacular in its own way. Here now are the 10 best movies of 2010: Full Story