Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Weekend Events Roundup Nov. 19 to 21

Theater The Caldwell Theatre has had a string of back luck this year, with injuries plaguing two its 2010 productions: "The Old Man and the Sea"...

New FAU Movie Theater Simulates Living Room Comfort

Not many movie theaters offer salads, tortillas, tuna handrolls and lemongrass flank steak skewers. But Living Room Theaters is not trying to be like...

Three Politicos to Read, Discuss Tomes at Miami Book Fair

The 2010 Miami Book Fair International, one of the premiere cultural arts events in South Florida, is already underway, christened last night with a...

Thirty-Year-Old Album Emerges From the Wall More Stunning Than Ever

In my last post here, I joked about the astronomical cost of seeing Roger Watersperform "The Wall" at the BankAtlantic Center this weekend. But...

Weekend Events Roundup Nov. 12 to 14

Music Social Distortion was one of the most important, and sonically unorthodox, punk bands of the 1980s. Known for combining punk ethos with the hard-luck...

Miami Galleries Prepare Exciting Artwalk Shows

As I'll be getting into further this Thursday in my next Weekend Events Roundup, this is a very busy time for art and culture...

Tribute Bands to Headline Garlic Festival

South Floridians, and especially Palm Beachers, are used to the Delray Beach Garlic Festival by now, having enjoyed its distinct aromas each spring for...

Noted Film Director Dies One Week Before Fort Lauderdale Appearance

I was scheduled to interview filmmaker George Hickenlooper in person at a posh Fort Lauderdale hotel this coming Sunday morning. I still would be...

Weekend Events Roundup Nov. 5 to 7

Comedy Arguably the most popular sitcom star of his generation, Jerry Seinfeld brings his stand-up comedy, which is every bit as memorable as the jokes in...

‘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...
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