Saturday, December 15, 2018

Movie Review: “A Private War”

As a war correspondent for the U.K.’s Sunday Times, Marie Colvin spent her career in jungles and deserts and bombed-out cities. Flanked by men...

Your Week Ahead: Nov. 6-12

The Kravis opens a rock-hard Broadway tour, an ensemble drama explores Alzheimer’s with wrenching clarity, and FAU Galleries opens new work from a Haitian-American...

Lacquered Sculptures Shine, Stun at Morikami

It’s one thing to gaze at a photograph of Aoki Chie’s “Body 09-1—Impact,” which I’ve been doing for months for preview stories about the...

Movie Reviews: “Suspiria,” “Beautiful Boy”

“It’s all a mess—the one in here. The one out there. The one that’s coming.” This ominous knowing, “voiced” telepathically by dancer Susie Banion...

Your Week Ahead: Oct. 30 to Nov. 5

The Addison’s Halloween party toasts classic movie monsters, Murder on the Beach hosts a ghoulish shindig, and a film fest opens with a French...

Q&A: Comedian Dana Eagle

Comedian Dana Eagle has spent much of her career turning lemons into funny lemonade. A cancer survivor who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder...

Concert Review: Death Cab for Cutie at Fillmore Miami Beach

Before Monday night, Ben Gibbard was more notable to me for his association with Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon than for his work with...

Your Week Ahead: Oct. 23 to 28

The headliners of West Palm Beach’s Moonfest are scarily good, Boca Ballet Theatre hosts a Shakespearean fundraiser, and a Wick concert benefits the homeless....

Concert Review: The Breeders at Fillmore Miami Beach

A bona fide alt-rock legend and her band, touring with the lineup from its most successful era, supporting a solid recent album and taking...

Cornell Art Museum Looks With Wonder, Concern at the “Tech Effect”

The images in photographer Antoine Geiger’s “Sur-Fake” series are all too familiar. In one, a group of teenagers are positioned around a cushioned seating...
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