Art: ArtCenter/South Florida Conversation with Carol Jazzar


Celebrated Miami gallerist Carol Jazzar, recognized as a rising star thanks to the notoriety of her home/garage gallery, transports the work of six of … [Read more...]

Film: AARP Jailbirds and El Nacho Más Macho


It doesn't happen very often, but once in a blue moon Sylvester Stallone reminds you that – within his limited range – he's actually a pretty … [Read more...]

Film: Captains Courageous


Hell hath no fury like cinephiles who've just been informed that one of their favorite fact-based movies is filled with inaccuracies. “But, but, but … [Read more...]

Theatre: Knowledge And Noise Launches MTC’s Sandbox Series


The gift of a $100,000 Knights Arts Challenge grant provided by the John and James L. Knight Foundation will enable Miami Theater Center (MTC) to … [Read more...]

Film: The Orbit Kerfuffle


Stop me if you've heard this one before: From a technical perspective, the film is beyond reproach, but I find the story rather … [Read more...]

Film: Best of Enemies


Is it the constant motion that hypnotizes us? The sheer power of a revved-up engine that elicits our undivided attention? Or is it the competitive … [Read more...]

Art: MDPLS Exhibits O Write My Name: America Portraits – Harlem Heroes

Pearl Bailey

Photos of acclaimed African American artists, from Lena Horne and Zora Neale Hurston to Horace Pippin and Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson, are currently … [Read more...]

Film: Landscape Art


The central figure in La Camioneta is sturdy, reliable, accommodating, and goes through a character arc that spans three countries and involves a … [Read more...]

Film: Synthetic Humans, Analog Machines


Is it possible for a movie to be too sensitive for its own good? That's the question I kept asking myself while seeing Short Term 12, a well received … [Read more...]