Saturday, February 23, 2019

‘Unfinished’ Film Adds New Layer to Holocaust Horror

The latest example of fiction disguised as documentary comes not from the staged conflicts of reality TV but from a nearly 70-year-old archive of...

From ‘Candida’ to ‘Cane’

The downtown West Palm Beach area is now home to an interesting theatrical dichotomy: Florida Stage, which produces only new works, and Palm Beach...

Countless Costumed Creatures Clog Clematis Street

I often feel older than my years when I attend major nightlife events. It was 11:15 last night at Moonfest on downtown Clematis Street,...

Weekend Events Roundup Oct. 29 to 31

Halloween / Music Moonfest is Palm Beach County's annual place to be on Halloween weekend, and Saturday evening's lineup of entertainment should prove to exception....

Woody Alllen is Still Relevant, Despite What You’ve Heard

A new Woody Allen movie, titled "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger," opened on many South Florida screens recently, but judging by the...

Boca Museum Director Announces Retirement

Late last week, George Bolge, executive director at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, announced his retirement from the museum effective July 2011. A...

GableStage Ably Produces Minor McDonagh Play

English playwright Martin McDonagh is known for addressing large-scale themes with black comedy and rough-hewn insight, and GableStage has scored big in the past...

Weekend Events Roundup Oct. 22 to 24

Halloween If you want to genuinely be scared this Halloween, do yourself a favor and skip that notoriously lame Fright Nights event at the South Florida...

Fort Lauderdale Film Festival Opens With a Whimper

I am not supposed to have seen the movie I'm about to write about. The studio distributing "Nice Guy Johnny," which officially opens the...

Opening Act Outplays the Headliner at Grand Central

At the show's peak, a crowd of no more than 150 gathered to see School of Seven Bells at Grand Central in Miami Saturday...
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