Theatre: Crimes of the Heart Shines at Miami Beach’s Stage Door Theater


Lord, what a day.  Three sisters are living in a small town in Mississippi and one morning sister Lenny’s horse is killed by a lightning bolt, sister … [Read more...]

Film: Praising MIFF, Dissing Speed


You could feel it in the air. That excitement movie buffs from all backgrounds bask in as they share decades-old anecdotes and discuss recent … [Read more...]

Art: Bass Museum of Art Explores Haute Couture Fashion and Contemporary Art


Vanitas: Fashion and Art examines the theme of vanitas as expressed by avant garde ready-to-wear and haute couture fashion, and contemporary artworks. … [Read more...]

Theatre: The Ride of Your Life

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WarHorse is huge. Not only the massive puppet horse, Joey, on stage, but also the entire production. Playing through March 9 at the Arsht Center, … [Read more...]

Film: Clingy Ma, Brainy Paw


They're joined at the hip, those two. Paloma, 35 and single, applies sunblock to her 15-year-old's back. That would be Héctor, doe-eyed, shy and still … [Read more...]

Art: John Dowd Exhibits Third Landscape Series About Florida

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American artist John Dowd shows his new series titled “About Florida” at the Williams McCall Gallery South of Fifth. Kicking off with an artist … [Read more...]

Film: Disaster Movie Gladiators


Your parents and grandparents might regale you with anecdotes of catching Richard Burton and Liz Taylor in period garb at the movie palace. Your … [Read more...]

Art: Joan Cobb Marsh Exhibits New Collection of Oils


Joan Cobb Marsh, widely admired painter’s painter, introduces a new collection of oil paintings inspired by her travels to Miami, New York, Cape Cod, … [Read more...]

Film: Oscar Shorts and the Wheelbarrow Dreamer


It has often been noted that the Academy Awards have a casual relationship with excellence, even in years when there's a wealth of cinematic riches … [Read more...]