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Old School Square

Big Names in Music To Tour Reopened Old School Square Pavilion

While touring has all but ground to a halt for the past seven months, some big-name acts are beginning to venture...

From the Magazine: Sarge in Charge

The triple-threat talent keeps us laughing, even in difficult times Like everybody else, comedian Steven Pickman, aka...
film festival

Film Fest Opens This Week—With More Options Than Ever

For the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF), which turns 35 this week, it is business as usual in one sense:...
streaming movies

Stream These: November’s Netflix, Prime, Hulu, HBO Max Titles

Even the streaming services are getting thin on exciting new content these days—the imperative word here being exciting. Curating November’s most...

Pandemic Playlist IV: Halloween Edition!

In devising a Halloween-themed playlist for y’all, I tried to make a point to avoid the usual suspects that turn up...

FAU Exhibition Showcases Gutter Politics at its Worst—and Most Seductive

Never did I think I would review an art exhibition without sharing a gallery with the work, but these are the...
healing sounds

Healing Sounds Brings World-Class Music to Local Nursing Homes

When 86-year-old Martin Coyne, a retired businessman, co-founded Healing Sounds of Music in 2018 as a project to consume his downtime,...

Movie Review: “Borat” Sequel a Time Capsule for a Corroded 2020

From Dick Cheney to Ron Paul to Roy Moore to now, and most infamously, Rudy Giuliani, it seems that for a...

Humor, Suspense, Malcolm X and Anne Frank: Mitch Kaplan’s New Book Picks

It’s time once again for us to catch up with Miami’s most famous bookseller, Mitchell Kaplan, and to seek his counsel...
on the rocks

Movie Review: Frothy “On the Rocks” is Peak Bill Murray

It’s not exactly the famous cut from a bone to a satellite in “2001: A Space Odyssey.” But a series of...