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  • Monster Mash: Getty returning items to Greece; Merce Cunningham legacy

     
    Getty Museum, Greece enter new agreement that involves repatriating more ancient artifacts...
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  • Miami's cultural transformation

     Miami's cultural transformation
    It's Saturday night, and though a drizzle threatens, the lawn is jammed with children snoozing in strollers, couples sprawling on picnic blankets, teens taking a break from skateboarding. The star appears — not some retread boomer rocker but high-...
  • Twyla Tharp-Elvis Costello work to open 'Dance at the Music Center'

    Twyla Tharp-Elvis Costello work to open 'Dance at the Music Center'
    The West Coast premiere of a Twyla Tharp collaboration with rock star composer Elvis Costello, "Nightspot," and the return of the Kirov Ballet will highlight the 2008-09 series. "Nightspot," to be danced by Edward Villella's Miami City Ballet, will...
  • Review: Miami City Ballet performs Twyla Tharp and Elvis Costello's 'Nightspot'

    Review: Miami City Ballet performs Twyla Tharp and Elvis Costello's 'Nightspot'
    Here's a suggestion: Let's ditch the nightclub as a setting for ballet. No more predictable tales about the trials of courtship or the ballroom as a metaphor for life. Miami City Ballet, Edward Villella's smart and spirited South Florida company,...
  • L.A. Dance Invitational: highs and lows

    L.A. Dance Invitational: highs and lows
    Talk about bipolar! The highs were lofty and the lows, well, definitely approached a nadir at the ninth edition of the Los Angeles Dance Invitational, on Saturday at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center. Having gone through various incarnations since...
  • Pedro 'Cuban Pete' Aguilar, mambo legend, dies at 81

    Pedro "Cuban Pete" Aguilar, one of the leading mambo dancers of the 1950s who performed for presidents and other world leaders and was featured in Life magazine, has died. He was 81. The mambo legend died Jan. 13 of heart failure at the Sinai Plaza...
  • Ballet companies enrich community with classical dance instruction

    When Colleen Smith decided 15 years ago to open a ballet school, she knew she wanted to provide aspiring dancers with something exceptional. She joined several other classical ballet companies in South Florida in teaching serious students to dance and...
  • Monster Mash: Ancient Arabic inscription found; Israel upset over sculptures; Audrey Tautou debuts on stage

     
    -- Important find: Archaeologists say they have discovered an ancient Arabic inscription in Jerusalem that offers insight into Muslim rule in the city. (Associated Press) -- Diplomatic row: Two sculptures by artist Eugenio Merino -- one featuring an Uzi...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance': Second chances in Vegas

     
    It's been a whirlwind week of audition episodes but I'm glad it didn't take that long for us to arrive at Vegas callbacks. Of course before we got to Sin City we had to take a little detour through Dallas......
  • ‘So You Think You Can Dance’: Three from Florida make Top 11

     
    “So You Think You Can Dance” has announced its Top 11 contenders, and they will be showcased in the program at 9 tonight on Fox. Three dancers have Florida connections. Billy Bell, 20,  of Palm Beach had to bow out of the show last seas...
  • No medals for Orlando Ballet dancers at USA International

     
    20 dancers received medals, scholarships and cash awards at the USA International Ballet Competition in Jackson, Miss., competition officials announced Friday. Two dancers  from Orlando Ballet, Balazs Krajczar and Nathan Chaney, made it to the final...