George, a labrador-retriever mix, relaxes as musicians from the New World Symphony hold a concert on Lincoln Road on Dec. 12. “Our cultural shift back to art, music, and other humanities is a driving force in our desire to gather.”
George, a labrador-retriever mix, relaxes as musicians from the New World Symphony hold a concert on Lincoln Road on Dec. 12. “Our cultural shift back to art, music, and other humanities is a driving force in our desire to gather.” PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com
George, a labrador-retriever mix, relaxes as musicians from the New World Symphony hold a concert on Lincoln Road on Dec. 12. “Our cultural shift back to art, music, and other humanities is a driving force in our desire to gather.” PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com

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