All photos courtesy Elyse Friedman-Brunt

Join the 2nd annual Be Mine dog show at Hollywoof dog park

Bring your prize pooch and your human friends and family for a celebration full of fur-friendly fun at the second annual “Be Mine” dog show from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 11 at Stan Goldman “Hollywoof” Dog Park, located at 800 Knights Road in Hollywood. Proceeds from the event benefit the Hollywood Council of Civic Association’s Pete Brewer […]

PAINT. THE. WALL. Community leader aims to beautify 600-foot long barrier in Hollywood

Amidst all the talk of building a wall in national news, local resident Bettina August is focused on one here in the heart of Hollywood instead.  August has launched the “Paint the Ugly Wall” campaign to beautify a mildew-ridden concrete wall on the north side of Sheridan Street east of I-95. Her goal is to have a nautically-themed mural […]

‘Loss and Beauty’ photo exhibit highlights personal stories of Holocaust

Photographer Keron Psillas is bringing her unique artistic look at the Holocaust to Hollywood. Her original exhibition, “Loss and Beauty,” opened January 7 and runs through February 18 at Gallery 2014, 2014 Harrison St. Psillas spent more than five years researching the stories behind the book, “The Girls of Room 28,” by Hannelore Brenner. Her exhibit pays homage to […]

Amanda Madrigal's Fly 2016 features repurposed clothing, mirror, lace, knited yarn, polymer clay, embroidery on canvas, bedsheets, flower pot, and rocks.

Art and Culture Center/Hollywood’s Eighth All-Media Juried Biennial will feature 63 Florida artists

The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood will soon display works from Florida artists who submitted entries to the Eighth All-Media Juried Biennial. The Florida-grown art will be exhibited at the Center from January 21 to March 5, 2017. Awards will be announced at the opening reception on Friday, January 20 from 6 to 9 pm. […]

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Charlie Pickett headlines concert at ArtsPark Jan. 29 to benefit Haitian orphans

Hollywood CARES for Haiti  kicks off its 10th Anniversary with “Hollywood Healing Haiti,” an annual benefit concert held at ArtsPark at Young Circle in Downtown Hollywood. This free, family-friendly concert will take place on Sunday, January 29, 2017 from 1:00pm-5:00pm, and all funds raised will directly benefit the Project Papillon Orphanage and Community Youth Center […]

Vibrancy Italiano Style

Salvatore “Sasa” Savarese took the long route to reach Hollywood. Born in Italy, he eventually moved to Venezuela (living there for 16 years), then hunkered down in Miami for a bit before finally settling in the hip hamlet of Hollywood. 10-years ago Sasa decided to dedicate himself to his life-long passion of art—specifically paintings coated […]

A Camera and a Vision

Photographer Clay Muneton met his artist wife Dahyana (featured in the previous bscene post) when she responded to a model search. “It was an instant attraction,” Clay says. “Dahyana was much more than a model but an incredible artist as well. Together we forged the framework for the shoot which I had planned on utilizing […]