The Palm Beaches Perform

The Palm Beaches perform this summer; no ticket required. The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County kicked off its Summer Performing Arts Series on Saturday - virtually. The schedule includes a variety of musical genres, sprinkled with some dance as well. Each event will be hosted by WPTV’s lifestyle and entertainment reporter, T.A. Walker.

Show Your Couture

Palm Beach cherishes its arts, culture (and of course, its couture). After all, premier fashion houses have been dressing our rich and famous for a century. With the reopening of The Cornell Art Museum in Delray Beach comes their current exhibition, a  perfect marriage of all three.

The show, Art Couture: The Intersection of Art and Fashion, melds contemporary art with fashion design, including illustrations and clothing by well-known designers along with contemporary art inspired by iconic fashion designs.

Palm Beach See-Do

Last week, we shared a list of cultural organizations in The Palm Beaches that are open or partially reopening for your entertainment and enrichment. Here is a historical treasure that is carefully preparing for your next visit and reopening soon! Remember to contact them directly to check out limitations or changes in operating hours, etc. ***Side note: Our Trivia Tuesday question was all about Henry Flagler's impetus to come to Palm Beach. The museum, AKA Whitehall, is the mansion that he built for his wife as part of his development of America's First Resort Destination.

A Very Virtual Jazzy Thursday

For our first virtual experience, we happened upon a live living room concert with Yvette Norwood-Tiger and piano accompanist Rick Moore. Ms. Norwood-Tiger, who lives locally, is an international jazz performer as well as the founder of the Palm Beach International Jazz Festival. You also may have seen her as a regular performer at the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County’s Summer Jazz Series.