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From Crepes to Quadracyles, New Food & Fitness at Riverwalk Starting Jan. 5!

Published on Jan 27, 2015

The year 2015 is already getting off to a fantastic start at Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale, located along the north and south sides of Fort Lauderdale’s New River, and home to The District’s cultural partners. On Monday, Jan. 5, the Riverwalk […]

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January Kicks Off a Year of Fantastic Culture

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In the new year, everyone hopes for health, happiness, prosperity and more – but one thing is a given: endless, exciting cultural activities at The District.

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It’s a Harvest of Cultural Activities in November!

Published on Nov 06, 2014

From a musical about four girls with big dreams in the 1950s to the unveiling of holiday lights at the New River Inn, Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District is offering a feast of cultural offerings in November.

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We Love Ya … “Tomorrow,” Spirits & Puppets in October!

Published on Oct 02, 2014

From the world-famous musical “Annie” to mystical beings, we at Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment (A&E) District are “just thinkin’ about” October and the great cultural opportunities we’re offering this month.

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Andy McKee

Published on Sep 29, 2014

With more than 150 million YouTube views and the top-rated videos of all time, this phenomenally adept finger-style guitar player has emerged as one of the most popular and talented acoustic soloist in the world. To fans of virtuoso musicianship, […]

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Spirits of Fort Lauderdale: Halloween at the Historic Stranahan House Museum

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The Historic Stranahan House Museum takes you on a fantastical journey with spirits, legends, and Halloween fun! Travel back in time to experience a Victorian home funeral and burial and meet some of the spirits of Fort Lauderdale. Ticket includes […]

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Miami City Ballet, Program I: 'Romeo and Juliet'

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Marking Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez’s second season of programming, Miami City Ballet (MCB) opens in illustrious fashion with John Cranko’s “Romeo and Juliet” (Program I) set to Prokofiev’s prized score. Having been performed only once – to sold-out crowds during […]

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Los Lonely Boys

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The Texan trio of brothers blends elements of blues, Tex-Mex, rock and Chicano music to create their own signature sound. Los Lonely Boys’ popularity soared with the 2004 release of their debut single “Heaven,” a song that rocketed to No. […]

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Starry Night Thursdays Film: 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly'

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A screening of Julian Schnabel’s award-winning film based on Jean-Dominique Bauby’s memoir of his life following a stroke at age 43 that left him paralyzed him from the neck down, with the blinking of his left eye as the only […]

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Starry Night Thursdays Happier Hour: Book Club

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The museum’s new book club features a discussion of “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly: A Memoir of Life in Death” by Jean-Dominique Bauby. The discussion will be followed by a screening of Julian Schnabel’s award-winning film based on Bauby’s […]

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