Film: Rushdie’s Indians, Gru’s Minions


Watching Midnight's Children, the highly anticipated film adaptation of Salman Rushdie's Booker Prize-winning 1980 historical novel, I kept … [Read more...]

Art: William John Kennedy: The Warhol Museum Edition Opens at Kiwi Art


Photographer William John Kennedy and his wife, Marie, were driving their Volkswagen Beetle through Flushing, Queens in the early 1960s when they … [Read more...]

TV: Devious Maids Delivers Progress in Disguise


By Eduardo Alexander Rabel For Latinos in the U.S., the mainstream media landscape is a bleak one. There is a dearth of Hispanic characters, and when … [Read more...]

Film: Little Monsters Unite!


Is there a more exquisite scene in Pixar animation than that final glimpse of Sully, that beast with the freshly shampooed turquoise fur, saying hello … [Read more...]

Film: Youth in Revolt


Friends don't let friends be kleptos. At least that's what I was told growing up. In the fame-obsessed universe Sofia Coppola explores with clear-eyed … [Read more...]

Art: Look At Me Group Show Features Renowned European Photographers


CU-1 Gallery, a new contemporary photo space in downtown Miami, opens its doors with Look at Me, a group show on view from June 27 through August 23, … [Read more...]

Film: Lighten Up, Supes!


I believe in flying men from outer space. I believe in big Kansas cornfields perfect for secretly breaking the sound barrier on foot. I believe in … [Read more...]

Art: Floral Fantasies By Ileana Collazo Opens for Little Havana Art Walk

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Ileana Collazo, in her own words: I learned all I needed to know about creating art at a very young age in my grandmother’s garden—where I sat doing … [Read more...]

Film: Knowing Me, Knowing You


Part of the appeal of peeking into the lives of Jesse and Celine, the lovestruck but sensible couple at the heart of Richard Linklater's Before … [Read more...]