Tuesday, January 26, 2021

wild mountain thyme

Movie Review: “Wild Mountain Thyme” a Shallow Irish Postcard

“Wild Mountain Thyme,” opening in theaters today, introduces itself as an Irish film first, a human story second. Its overture sweeps...

5 Questions With Erin Manning of the Flagler Museum

The Flagler Museum at Christmastime is one of the county’s most festive escapes Christmas is, according to...
Norton Kravis

Kravis Center, Norton Museum Announce New CEOs for 2021

A new year will bring new faces to two of Palm Beach County’s most esteemed cultural bellwethers. On Jan. 11, Terrence...
Jurassic Quest

Jurassic Quest Brings Life-Size Dinosaurs to BB&T Center

For the first time since the pandemic begin, the grounds of Sunrise’s BB&T Center are humming with activity—of both the human...
Art Festival

W.P.B. Art Festival Returns to Rosemary Square This Weekend

“Normal life,” a concept out of reach for months, continues its gradual emergence on the horizon. In the A&E world, this...
streaming movies

Stream These: December’s Netflix, Prime, HBO and Apple TV Premieres

ON NETFLIX Starts Dec. 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSfX-nrg-lI Mank Orson...
books

From Miami Noir to Wes Andersonesque Sights: Mitch Kaplan’s Latest Book Picks

It’s cyber Monday, and while you’re hopefully clicking through wish lists of loved ones—and picking up some goodies for yourself—consider some...
last call

Movie Review: Dylan Thomas’ Dreary Death March in “Last Call”

I admit that my knowledge of the iconoclastic Welsh poet Dylan Thomas is limited. I know that Bob Dylan invented his...
sound of metal

Movie Review: Brilliant “Sound of Metal” a Film for Changing Times

We hear the film before we see it. “Sound of Metal,” which starts its theatrical run today, opens with a drone...
arts warehouse

Reopened Arts Warehouse Exhibitions Explore Climate, Surveillance

After experiencing Agata Ren’s new performance art/installation at Arts Warehouse, I may never look at a pile of discarded tree trunks...
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