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06/20/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat you can enjoy another live performance from our Miami studios. Catch the exceptional Jazz Rock of Aaron Lebos Reality as they perform compositions from their latest recording, Turning Point. That’s Friday on South Florida Arts Beat featuring Aaron Lebos Reality at 1:00pm.

    The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach follows up a banner year with the fun-filled summer exhibition Mazes.  COO Kate Arrizza takes us on a tour.

4/11/2014 - You can enjoy another concert in our monthly performance series from our Miami studios. Award-winning Jazz pianist and vocalist, Ariel Pocock, brings her band to the airwaves.

This Downbeat Magazine and Ellington Jazz Festival at Lincoln Center lauded star performs compositions from her debut CD, Touchstone.

Catch this marvelous talent, Ariel Pocock, with her band performing live on South Florida Arts Beat.

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4/10/14 - Topical Currents begins with an at your service edition on tax preparation.  There are new rules and new deductions for 2013.  The tax laws are composed of some 70,000 pages, so it’s easy to make mistakes.  We’ll speak with tax expert Keith Hall.

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4/4/2014 - On South Florida Arts Beat, we cover new events coming to The Deering Estate with Assistant Director, Jennifer Tisthammer and Exhibit Specialist, Kim Yantis.

Contributor Judith Bishop speaks with founder Mary Luft about exciting upcoming shows for Tigertail Productions.

Musician Aaron Lebos talks about his latest release, Turning Point.

Chef Norman Van Aken delivers A Word On Food and our Florida Keys calendar features Andy Newman.

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03/24/14 - Monday's Topical Currents:  George Saunders has been called one of America’s greatest short story writers. His work astounds readers with its effortless mix of humor and horror. A brilliant satirist, he delights in skewering the foibles of our corporate-driven, consumer-based society. But beneath the fun and games lies a profound wellspring of compassion for his fellow man.

I learn words in many ways, but the best may be in eating. The words on the menus and in the cookbooks I have from around the world have helped me conquer at least ‘parts’ of foreign languages.

I have a good knowledge of French, Italian and even some Japanese, if you allow that food is the central most important aspect of understanding a people’s tongue. My vocabulary was broadened by at least seven new words in Little Havana just the other day at a place blandly named, “Viva Mexico.”

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12/13/13 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, iconic Pop artist, Peter Max, talks with contributor, Judith Bishop, about his long and varied career. His "cosmic '60s" style brought him a worldwide audience that continues to grow to this day. A contemporary of Andy Warhol, Max’s work is on exhibition in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton this Saturday. He comes to South Florida in a whirl-wind tour.

11/27/13 - Wednesday’s Topical Currents looks at the 200 year history of Hanukkah in America.  Professor Dianne Ashton looks at how American Jews have been transforming the ancient holiday from a simple occasion into something grand.

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11/18/13 - Monday’s Topical Currents discusses the tens-of-thousand military veterans of World War Two still listed as “Missing-In-Action.”  Journalist Wil Hylton has written VANISHED:  The Sixty-Year Search for the Missing Men of World War Two.  Traumatized family members have waited decades for researchers to finally put to rest what happened to sons, fathers and husbands.  Most of the M.I.A.

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