April 1, 2010 RSS feed / Arts & Entertainment News

Photo club goes ‘underground’ for first show

The Naples Digital Photography Club, aka DPI-SIG, will have its first gallery show as part of Underground Art Wednesday coming up April 7. More...

LATEST FILMS

‘Hot Tub Time Machine’

Is it worth $10? Yes “Hot Tub Time Machine.” More...

BEACH READING

Dorothy Mills throws strikes in book on baseball history

“Chasing Baseball,” by Dorothy Seymour Mills. McFarland. 258 pages. $39.95. More...

Fit for a princess, cruises include commentary on royal fashions

The von Liebig Art Center and the Naples Princess partner to present Images of a Princess: A Cruise Fit for a Princess in celebration of the art center’s “Princess Diana: Dresses of Inspiration” exhibition on view through June 27. More...

KOVELS: ANTIQUES & COLLECTING

Collectibles that give you the giggles

It’s April Fool’s weekend, and collectors know you can find jokes and riddles in collectibles of all ages. More...

Find out about the art market

The von Liebig Art Center hosts the last of its four-part art lecture series this season at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, at The Norris Center. More...

‘Trying’ up next at Florida Rep

The best lessons in life are learned from those about to leave it. More...

Is there a psychic fair in your future?

Crystals, candles, handmade jewelry, unique clothing, sacred art, tarot card readers, mediums, massage artists and energy healers will fill Etudes Dance Studio for the fifth annual Spring Mystic Faire from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 3. More...

Photography exhibit at Bamboo Café celebrates Paris, Giverny in spring

Bamboo Cafe French Home Cooking presents “Springtime in Paris,” a show of fine art photography and giclées featuring scenes of Paris and Giverny, France, by Ken Kaminsky. An artist’s reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. More...

An update on Opera Naples’ building plans

Opera Naples has received two major commitments totaling $450,000 and additional gifts totaling nearly $50,000 in support of its campaign to raise funds to transform a 20,000-square-foot building on Linwood Avenue into the ON Center for the Performi More...

girlyman

... just wanna have fun

I T’S RARE THESE DAYS WHEN BOB Goldman and his son agree on music. More...

THEATER REVIEW

Crazy about ‘Crazy Mary’

Randomly assemble a group of people together, and odds are you’ll gather individuals who — if they’re honest enough to admit it — have been hurt in life and want to be loved. It’s the human condition. More...

CAPSULES

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President Clinton headlines the Phil’s 2011 Speaker Series

James Earl Jones to appear with orchestra for opening-night gala

................ William Jefferson Clinton, founder of ........ the William J. Clinton Foundation and More...

COMING UP AT THE PHIL

Here’s some of what’s coming up at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts. For more information or to order tickets, call 597-1900 or visit www.thephil. org. ‘100 Years of Hollywood’ More...

Art in the Park season’s finale features wildlife woodcarver

Naples’ oldest outdoor art festival closes its 53rd season with the final Art in the Park show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 3, on Park Street alongside The von Liebig Art Center. More...

One-woman exhibition on Marco will benefit Project Rescue

Marco Island resident and awardwinning artist Claire Keery presents a one-woman exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery in the Artist Colony at the Esplanade. The public is invited to the opening reception from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, April 8. More...

FGCU Theatre Lab presents ‘Wooden Mouth’

Florida Gulf Coast University Theatre Lab premieres “Wooden Mouth” at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Arts Complex. The transmedia production is the newest work by Barry Cavin, chair of the Visual and Performing Arts Department. More...

Extras sought for commercial shoot

The casting call is out for locals who want to appear in a commercial being filmed by the Naples International Film Production Association in association with the Paradise Coast Film Commission. More...

This week on WGCU TV

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