Film: Handcrafted Evocations


The snow falls on the cobblestone street like tiny bread crumbs, a sight so delicate it feels as if it was breathed into existence. It doesn't take … [Read more...]

Film: Internal Affairs


Steve Rogers stares dumbfounded at the gargantuan aircraft carriers, their shiny weaponry ready for deployment. His superior, the eyepatch-sporting … [Read more...]

Arts: O, Miami!

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City Becomes Canvas for Literary Arts in April. If event organizers have their way, Miami-Dade County will become a canvas for the literary arts … [Read more...]

Art: Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui


Visitors to the Bass Museum of Art will enjoy an unprecedented opportunity to marvel at the acclaimed body of artwork by the internationally renowned … [Read more...]

Film: Far Out Deluge


It's possible to explain the (many, many) ways Noah, Darren Aronofsky's loopy, enthralling retelling of the oft-told Bible story, departs from its … [Read more...]

Theatre: The Anarchist

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A simple stage, a table and a desk, two actresses and a million, zillion words. Pay attention from the get go or you'll never catch up. Playwright … [Read more...]

Film: Auteurs de Force


We admire their work, until we want to strangle them. That's the way it often goes with those idiosyncratic filmmakers who make their presence known … [Read more...]

Ready for Spring? Learn from Scotts How to Love Your Lawn


 (Sponsored) Everyone agrees that a lush green lawn provides a fantastic place to have fun in the warmer months, but did you know that a … [Read more...]

Art: Insiders: A Group Exhibition of the Leading Urban/Graffiti/Street Artists


Robert Fontaine Gallery, located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District, is currently exhibiting Insiders, a survey of works by some of the most … [Read more...]