Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Movie Review: J.D. Salinger Biopic “Rebel in the Rye”

J.D. Salinger was famously reticent, if not outwardly opposed, to his work receiving the Silver Screen treatment. Filmmaker Danny Strong’s passion project “Rebel in...

Concert Review: Foster the People at Fillmore Miami Beach

By James Biagiotti Six years ago, when Foster the People’s debut album Torches was released, the group seemed to be on a rapid rise to...

Theatre Review: David Mamet’s Prescient, Brutal “Oleanna”

Before there were trigger warnings and safe spaces and all the other Twitter-trending muzzles introduced to American college campuses, there was “Oleanna.” Examining the...

Your Week Ahead: Sept. 26 to Oct. 2

Kevin Smith's "Silent Bob" speaks in West Palm, Nikola Tesla's life is immortalized in a new opera, and Boca's Enigma Haunt scares up a...

Concert Review: Young the Giant in Miami

Written by James Biagiotti Almost exactly six years after its first show in Miami, Young the Giant returned to Miami’s Bayfront Park Amphitheater Saturday Night...

3 Simple Ways to Get Your Child Involved in the Arts

Arts and achievement go hand in hand. by Melanie Gibbs Funding for the arts is getting slimmer and slimmer. In March, President Donald Trump proposed a...

Gritty Realism Lifts Imperfect Biopic ‘Stronger’

It was the most enduring human-interest story to emerge from the horrible rubble of the Boston Marathon bombing. Jeff Bauman, a salty Bostonian who...

The Original Wonder Woman Sings: A Q&A With Lynda Carter

  Gal Gadot isn’t the only actress to ride the Wonder Woman rocket to stardom. In 1975, Lynda Carter, the Miss World USA from three years...

Your Week Ahead: Sept. 19 to 25

The biggest band in the universe tours Miami, Respectable Street toasts 30 years of oblivion, and a White House correspondent dishes on fake news...

Enjoy a Laugh in Irma’s Aftermath

Oh lordy, do we need a laugh right about now. Humor may not be the best medicine to combat the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma...
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