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Women on stage and under fire at retrospective

Lady Liberty: A Bonnie Lautenberg Retrospective is up through March 26, 2023.

Dreaming in Color: Innovative, feminine art by Ledania

Bogota-based Diana Ordonez known as Ledania is one of the most prominent artists of the Latin American graffiti scene.

PAMM new exhibition: Marisol and Warhol Take New York

The exhibit has iconic artworks and ephemera by both artists. 

Miami Artist Fernanda Lavera wows with graffiti inspired art

Fernanda Lavera is following a long tradition of artists who generated excitement.

Ripped From The Headlines: Breaking Art News in FAT Village

The art show features 19 South Florida artists working from deeply personal points of view.

The Dreaming Mermaids of Lynda Zaleski

With their bodies based on Rodin sculptures and a kaleidoscope of marine life as companions, Lynda Zaleski’s ‘Ocean Opera’ series is an undersea dream.

Tampa Bay History Museum Opens New Gallery About Pirates

Tampa Bay History Museum opens new gallery about pirates, Treasure Seekers: Conquistadors, Pirates & Shipwrecks.”

Paul Stanley of KISS Has Solo Art Exhibits in South Florida’s Wentworth Galleries

After decades of mainstream success, Paul Stanley returned to fine art about a decade ago and has a solo show at Wentworth Galleries in Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale and Boca Town Center, Boca Raton.

Studio E Gallery Celebrates 20 Years in Palm Beach County

Studio E Gallery is celebrating its 20 years as a very special milestone, and for that, they are hosting the “20/20: 20 Years, 20 Artists” exhibit.


Solid US hiring lowers unemployment rate in latest sign of a still-sturdy job market

Last month’s job gain was inflated by the return of about 40,000 formerly striking auto workers and actors, who were not at work in October but were back on the job in November.

Trump’s vow to only be a dictator on ‘day one’ follows growing worry over his authoritarian rhetoric

Trump has a long history of making inflammatory proclamations that spark outrage from detractors and generate a stream of headlines.

Chronic fatigue syndrome is more common than some past studies suggest

Doctors have not been able to pin down a cause, although research suggests it is a body’s prolonged overreaction to an infection or other jolt to the immune system.

Why the NCAA president is proposing some schools should be permitted to pay athletes

Schools paying athletes has been banned by the NCAA for decades, a new proposal is aimed at changing that.