South Florida-raised filmmaker Lance Oppenheim discusses his new Magnolia Pictures documentary, “Some Kind of Heaven,” a deeply personal look at the late-life search for companionship and meaning among four residents of the Villages, near Orlando.
For the first time in its 15-year history, the 2021 Festival of the Arts Boca will be free when it returns March 6-14, 2021, with an all-virtual and abbreviated bill of live music, s and ideas. Here's who's performing.
The filming of “Where the Boys Are” in Fort Lauderdale is being remembered on its 60th anniversary with an exhibit of rare photos at the Galleria. Here’s a quiz to see how much you know about this episode in South Florida pop-culture history.
“Men Who Dance” was developed to explore and challenge ideas of masculinity. But now the showcase, set for the Saturday after Thanksgiving, has another motivation: to lift up artists and audiences through live performance at a traumatic time.
By Jordan Levin
Nov 25, 2020
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Matt Coyle's "Blind Vigil" is his seventh suspense-filled novel about San Diego private detective Rick Cahill, blinded by a gunshot wound. The will discuss it with Andrea Carter (“The Well of Ice”) on Dec. 4 sponsored by Murder on the Beach bookstore.