'Mothers Of Sparta' Explores Motherhood, Relationships And Raising An Autistic Child In Florida
When Fort Lauderdale author Dawn Davies moved to South Florida as a child, she wasn’t really a fan. “In Florida the outside is always trying to get in and dank Florida smells are everywhere you go,” Davies writes in her latest book, “Mothers of Sparta: A Memoir in Pieces, ” the Sundial Book Club pick for January.
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Three baby dolls hang from a white canvas at the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables. The art installation has painted message written in Spanish that reads: " Tu odio no me mata. Soy human igual que tu." or "Your hate doesn’t kill me. I am human the same as you."
Classical Music Power Couple Bring Passion For Chamber Music To South Florida With New Residency
Think chamber music is only for folks who drink tea with their pinky fingers up? Balderdash.
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Classical Elements Of Life On Earth Inspire Dance NOW! Miami's Latest Work
Earth, air, fire and water. In many cultures, those are the four elements of life on our planet. The contemporary dance company, Dance NOW! Miami , kicks off its 20th anniversary season Saturday, Dec. 21, with an original work that puts each of those elements in the spotlight. "Elemental" is the work of choreographer and Dance NOW! Miami co-founder Diego Salterini. It’s comprised of four vignettes — with each piece conceived as its own entity and as a unit. “In its entirety, it’s a journey from the physical to the metaphysical. From the earthly to the heavenly,” Salterini says. The upcoming performance will also feature world premiere works from guest choreographers Daniel Lewis and Angela Gallo. Lewis's piece titled "Women II" will feature five young female dancers from Miami’s Conchita Espinosa Academy , where Salterini teaches jazz dance. "Women II" — a response to the #MeToo movement — is the first new work in 25 years for Lewis, founding dean of dance at New World School of the