July 29, 2010 RSS feed / Arts & Entertainment News

a full season planned at...The Phil

T HE PHILHARMONIC CENTER FOR the Arts just announced its 2010-2011 season, and it’s a crazy quilt of performers, speakers and shows. More...

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Lander Duncan spins a saga of secrets and skin

Once in a long while, the unexpected power of a book by an unknown author comes as a revelation. More...

Southwest Florida producers encouraged to enter Filmmakers Showcase on Sanibel

The BIG ARTS Film Society on Sanibel Island is seeking entries for its second annual Filmmakers Showcase in which the work of local film producers will be screened and the audience will meet and talk with those who produced the films. More...

It’s a Three Dog Night at the Phil

Three Dog Night, with founding members and lead vocalists Danny Hutton and Cory Wells, performs at the Phil at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 31. More...

This summer get ‘A Taste of Raku’

Artists Annabelle Johnson and Richard Rosen invite residents and visitors to gather a group for “A Taste of Raku,” a three-hour workshop at Rosen Gallery & Studios in North Line Plaza, 2172 J&C Blvd. More...

NIFF membership continues to grow

The Naples International Film Festival takes place Nov. 4-7. Memberships for 2010 are now on sale for $35 for student; $60, Superstar; and $100, Superstar dual membership. More...

Make a run for it

Mark your calendar to lace up your running/walking shoes for these races coming up:  The Eagle Lakes Extreme 5K Run and Walk steps out at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, July 31, at Eagle Lakes Community Park. More...

Golfers can tee up for deals and charity tournaments

Here’s what’s happening on the links around Collier County: More...

‘Stuck in traffic’

You can learn an awful lot stuck at a traffic light. Perhaps nothing necessary, but always interesting. As a teenager, a random traffic light directed me onto an emotional side street not on my map. More...

‘Ghosts’ from 1943 on way to museum

Take a step back in time with Collier County Museum’s classic movie matinees every Saturday. Movies are free and begin at 1 p.m. More...

Make a date for dinner and a movie

The Philharmonic Center for the Arts and the Naples International Film Festival have teamed up to produce “date night” consisting of dinner and a classic movie on Saturday, Aug. 14. More...

Enjoy a touch of Europe with Opera Naples

Opera Naples holds its third annual Eurofest fundraiser celebrating the music, culture, cuisine and wines of Western Europe from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, at the home of maestro William Noll. More...

Kindermusik isn’t just for kids

Kindermusik classes at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts are especially for children from newborns to age 7, along with their parents and/or caregivers. More...