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South Florida Arts Beat
1:00 pm
Fri August 29, 2014

Nova Southeastern University/Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, FIU School of Music, Broward Arts Cal

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08/29/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, contributor Judith Bishop catches up with Executive Director and Chief Curator extraordinaire, Bonnie Clearwater, of the Nova Southeastern University - Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. Contributor Charles Greenfield speaks with the new, interim dean of the FIU School of Music, Dr. William Hipp. Chef Norman Van Aken serves up A Word On Food and our Broward arts calendar features Jody Horne-Leshinsky, Assistant Director of the Broward Cultural Division.

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South Florida Arts Beat
1:00 pm
Fri August 22, 2014

The Amernet String Quartet Performs Live on South Florida Arts Beat

Amernet String Quartet
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08/22/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Ensemble-In-Residence at FIU’s School of Music since 2004, the Amernet String Quartet, performs live from WLRN’s Studio A. This award-winning group, born of Juilliard students, has traveled the world performing and educating since 1991. They are committed to the music of our time and aim to enlighten the concert experience through their innovative programming.

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Music
5:45 pm
Fri August 15, 2014

Shake Your Hips: Remembering TK Records Boss Henry Stone

Henry Stone had soul. Henry Stone had rhythm. Henry Stone had beats.

Henry Stone had an ear for what music people wanted to listen to, dance to and buy. He died August 7 in Miami. He was 93.

Stone came to Miami in the late 1940s, recording musicians and releasing their music, including that of a young Ray Charles. In the 1960s he founded TK Records.

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South Florida Arts Beat
1:00 pm
Fri August 15, 2014

Film Critics Circle Roundtable with Dan Hudak, Skip Sheffield and Rubén Rosario, Miami-Dade Arts Cal

Ruben, Skip and Dan in the WLRN Studios
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08/14/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, the business of film critics as discussed by Dan Hudak, Skip Sheffield and Ruben Rosario on the 4th Annual South Florida Arts Beat Florida Film Critics Circle Roundtable. What’s hot, what’s not, 3D, sequels, comic book adaptations, South Florida art houses, the future of film criticism and much more.

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Music
6:11 pm
Thu August 14, 2014

Puerto Rican Rap Comes To Miami, And It Might Not Be What You Expect

Credit Fuete Billete / Courtesy

Play the video above. The song starts with sandy synths and bass worthy of any indie-electronica act coming through Bardot, until about 24 seconds in. The beat skips a bit and the bass gets harder beneath the first bar of Fuete Billete's rap.

And it's in Spanish.

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News
6:40 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

Wynwood Fights Parking Regulations

Members of the Wynwood Arts District Association (WADA) meet in a room in the back of Gramps bar.
Lisann Ramos WLRN

The Miami Parking Authority is implementing meters throughout Wynwood, and the meters are meeting resistance from businesses in the area.

Representatives from the Miami Parking Authority were in attendance at the Wynwood Arts District Association meeting Tuesday evening.

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Film
3:21 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

Marvel Documentary Gets Big-Screen U.S. Premiere In Key West

Marvel Renaissance, a documentary by French filmmakers, will have its U.S. bigscreen premiere Thursday at the Tropic Cinema in Key West.

"Marvel Renaissance: How the Superheroes Conquered Hollywood," a documentary by French filmmakers, will receive its big-screen U.S. premiere Thursday at the Tropic Cinema in Key West.

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News
7:18 pm
Tue August 12, 2014

Robin Williams Remembered At The South Beach Hotel From "The Birdcage"

A portrait of Robin Williams at The Carlyle hotel in Miami Beach.
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Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams died this week.

Williams had many iconic roles, and he filmed one of his great performances right here in South Florida.

"The Birdcage" is set in The Carlyle hotel on South Beach. 

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Monkey See
7:45 am
Tue August 12, 2014

Robin Williams: A Supreme Talent Who Was Always On

Robin Williams performs during the Sixth Annual Stand Up for Heroes charity event at the Beacon Theatre in New York in 2012.
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Originally published on Tue August 12, 2014 11:16 am

For many years, Robin Williams seemed like a talent who had no off switch.

From his standup comedy work to TV roles to talk show appearances to Oscar-caliber movies and performances on Broadway, Williams was a dervish of comedy — tossing off one-liners, biting asides and sidesplitting routines in a blizzard of accents, attitudes and goodhearted energy.

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