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Historic Hampton House Portraits

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On October 24th, 2018, at a ceremony at the Bass Art Museum, RAYMOND ELMAN received an Ellie Award from the ArtCenter / South Florida (now Oolite Arts) to create five 40 x 60 inch mixed media portraits of people (now in their 70s & 80s) who patronized The Hampton House, located in Brownsville, FL (Miami), during the 1950s and ’60s, when prominent African-American political leaders, entertainers, and athletes stayed at The Hampton House, because they were not allowed to stay in Miami Beach due to Segregation.

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Sixth Annual New Work Program Performed by the New World Symphony

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      The New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy (NWS), performed its sixth annual New Work program on April 29th at...

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From Mau Mau to Raven

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  Picture the 2001 State of Georgia Women’s Intersport Female Athlete of the Year.  She’s a 5’9” four-sport athlete with brilliant...

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Infinity City and Beyond

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  Sam Wilkinson’s sculptures and drawings were recently exhibited at Francis Naumann Fine Art in New York City.  The exhibition...

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Gastronomically Speaking: A Conversation with Ruth Reichl

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If you are not a devotee of eating out or cooking in, you may not be familiar with Ruth Reichl, but for most so-called “Foodies,” Ruth is...

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