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4Kids of South Florida presents 'The Orphan Train'

Published on Sep 02, 2014

From 1853 to 1929, over 250,000 homeless and orphaned children were sent on trains to the American West, looking to find a home. Any home. This is the story of how foster care began in the United States. Viewed through […]

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Book Club Discussion: “The Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt

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Join us for wine, lite bites, and an informal discussion of the book “The Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt. A Pulitzer Prize winner, Tartt tells the story of Theo Decker from his abandoned youth to his days spent in the labyrinth […]

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Film: 'Complicit'

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Screening and discussion with film’s directors, Ruth Kalish and Robert Krakow. Free with museum admission. Free for museum members and NSU students and faculty. Please RSVP to moareservations@moafl.org or (954) 262-0227. Two Showings: 12:15 PM 3:00 PM

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Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus

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This cabaret style show will feature solos and duets from choir members and special guest performers. This relaxed and joyful evening will find you humming along and tapping your toes. Ticket prices are $25 for General Admission seating.

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South Florida Ballet Theater Great Pas de Deux Series VIII with 'Sleeping Beauty Act III: Aurora’s Wedding'

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South Florida Ballet Theater, under the direction of Artistic Director Lynda DeChane along with celebrated ballet dancers, will perform some of the world’s most famous pas de deux in classical ballet’s history highlighting “Diane & Actaeon,” “Swanilda Variation,” “Paquita Variation,” […]

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Film: 'Before Night Falls,' Directed by Julian Schnabel

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“Before Night Falls,” directed by Julian Schnabel, is the story of the writer, novelist, and poet Reinaldo Arenas, who was born in a poor rural area of Eastern Cuba. He initially supported the Cuban Revolution that brought Fidel Castro to […]

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Dominoes Tournament

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Every evening in Cuba and Little Havana, you’ll come across tables out on the street, where people are playing dominoes. The national Cuban pastime is played in teams with double nine dominoes, rather than the American version, which is played […]

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Film: “Buena Vista Social Club”

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Aging Cuban musicians, whose talents had been virtually forgotten following Castro’s takeover of Cuba, are brought out of retirement by Ry Cooder, who traveled to Havana in order to bring the musicians together, resulting in triumphant performances of extraordinary music, […]

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Closing Discussion: 'Research and Development: Concerning Belonging'

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Join artists Tom Scicluna, Rick Ulysse, Natasha Lopez De Victoria, Agustina Woodgate, Antonia Wright, Franky Cruz and Catalina Jaramillo of “Research and Development: Concerning Belonging” as they discuss their projects and workshops with clients of the Broward Partnership for the […]

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Classic Albums Live: “Prince — Purple Rain”

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“Purple Rain,” the album that made Prince a superstar, is one of the most exciting rock & roll albums ever recorded. More focused and ambitious than any of his previous records, “Purple Rain” consolidates funk and R&B sound while moving […]

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