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    Don't Mess With The Queen

    She's like seven feet tall in heels, usually clad in a brightly colored mini dress accessorized with a trademark towering blonde mane. You can hear her honeyed Georgia drawl from across a room. Elaine Lancaster is the most visible and celebrated quee...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 11, 2007 @ 9:26 am
  • Pinecrest Rep and Summer Shorts Offer Theater Bargains - Big gifts in little packages.

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    Pinecrest Rep and Summer Shorts Offer Theater Bargains - Big gifts in little packages.

    Theatergoing is generally an expensive hobby, but not this week. If you play your cards right, you can see 18 plays for $102. That's 16 short plays at City Theatre's Summer Shorts festival (for $92, including dinner, or see them separately for $37 a...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on June 5, 2008
  • His Satanic Majesty's Bequest - Art meets rock at a raucous new MoCA exhibition.

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    His Satanic Majesty's Bequest - Art meets rock at a raucous new MoCA exhibition.

    Not unlike blues legend Robert Johnson, considered by many to be the granddaddy of rock and roll, Dominic Molon must have found himself tempted by a Faustian deal. Five years ago, the curator was at the crossroads between rockers and artists, con...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on June 5, 2008
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    Art Capsules

    Stay-at-Home Dad For his current project at Hardcore, Juan-Si Gonzales literally put his balls on the line. The 47-year-old Cuban artist underwent a vasectomy reversal operation, allowing him to create "Stay-at-Home Dad," featuring several digital...

    by Steph Hurst on June 5, 2008
  • Castle of Shikigami III tests the bounds of Wii loyalty

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    Castle of Shikigami III tests the bounds of Wii loyalty

    John Edwards might see two Americas, but this simpleminded little game enthusiast is more preoccupied with America's two Wii owners. One is the Nintendo fan: the cat who bought a GameCube, Nintendo 64, every incarnation of the Game Boy -- and anythi...

    by Gary Hodges on June 5, 2008
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    Splendid Art at EdgeZones, Not So Splendid

    Art goers take in an installation at EdgeZones during Art Basel 2007. With the plethora of Art Basel events going on this past weekend, there was no way to catch all of it. In fact, I'm willing to bet that a lot of the smaller events were overloo...

    @ Cultist on December 10, 2007 @ 1:04 pm
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    No More! Bye For Now, Basel

    No more art. Not for a few weeks, anyway. Not to say Art Basel wasn't jolly and everything, but we've got a pounding art hangover to nurse. Call us lightweights, but while some of the art was as fine brandy to the palate, we definitely got slammed b...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 10, 2007 @ 12:05 pm
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    Now That's What We Call Art

    Probably my favorite stop at Art Basel was Fountain Miami, a "guerilla-style" art fair at 2841 North Miami Avenue. Here's why: A woman writhed around on concrete in a slick, black octopus suit; the exhibiting artist responsible for Americunt; and a...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 10, 2007 @ 11:58 am
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    Over the Weekend - Basel, Busta, Riley and Chavez

    Maybe you were holed up with all the lights off trying to avoid bearing witness to another Dolphins loss, or maybe the cold sweats inducing traffic and parking madness deterred you, but otherwise you probably hit up Art Basel in one form or another, ...

    @ Cultist on December 10, 2007 @ 1:59 am
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    Art Basel - Bridge Art Fair Opening

    Flashes of conscience mingled among polished art sniffers who trod over the red shag carpet of the Catalina Hotel for Thursday's opening night reception of the Bridge Art Fair. Exhibitors from both coasts, Dusseldorf, Copenhagen, Paris and Canada to...

    @ Cultist on December 7, 2007 @ 12:06 pm
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    Dark Days and Nights in Havana

    Many Americans -- at least the ones who don't live in Miami -- assume that Cuba is a tropical paradise, a place where smiling, happy people salsa dance and drink rum all day, while the dutiful Socialist government educates and cares for its citizens ...

    @ Cultist on December 7, 2007 @ 9:06 am
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    Ron Jeremy, Adult Video Awards and a Chest Autograph

    Well endowed with sexual intentions, Ron Jeremy poses for a picture with himself at the Hustler store in South Beach Wednesday night. Last night, celebrity photographer Michael Grecco titillated Art Basel with the release party for his book "N...

    @ Cultist on December 6, 2007 @ 12:49 pm
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    Who's Your Super Friend? Heroes Arrive for Basel

    Holy Basel Schmazel Batman! Who are all those spandex-clad avengers bruising up eyeballs around town? Aquaman, Thor, The Silver Surfer, Ms. Marvel, The Wonder Twins, Super Girl, and Cat Woman have all been spotted at the Miami Beach Convention Cente...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 6, 2007 @ 12:27 pm
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    Crowd at In Fashion '07 as Stylish as the Photos on Display

    Last night's opening fete for the Miami Beach Art Photo Expo: In Fashion '07 was a mostly subdued affair, with a soign crowd sipping free vodka tonics and lulled into quiet admiration by the burbling sounds of the Surfcomber hotel's pool. Its long, ...

    @ Cultist by Arielle Castillo on December 6, 2007 @ 10:11 am
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    Miami, Perfect Place to Celebrate Repeal Day

    The sun is shinning, the weather is nice and cool and to top it all off it's a holiday. December 5th is Repeal Day and Miami is the perfect place to celebrate. The city stood proud (knee deep in booze) against prohibition, not only as a place that p...

    @ Cultist on December 5, 2007 @ 2:27 pm
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    AIPAD is Stunning, Right Off the Launch Pad

    If you go to just one art-related even this week, make it the AIPAD Photography Show. It's that stunning. Really. I've been to different Art Basel events over the past few years, and while I've been amused, intrigued and bored by much of the art, I...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 5, 2007 @ 12:45 pm
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    Fashion and Garbage Collide: Must be Basel

    Last night, in the heart of Wynwood, just steps away from the Rubell Collection warehouse, I found myself standing in trailer trash. The ripe pungent odor of the preserved, petrified dumpster food that formed part of Luis Adelantado art studio's Vice...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 5, 2007 @ 12:22 pm
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    Edible Basel

    This year's Art Basel gathering will feature a new, food-as-art event called Art Apptit. Twenty of Miami's top toques are taking part, each presenting their personal artistic vision via edible creations (some of which stand six feet tall). Opening n...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on December 5, 2007 @ 10:38 am
  • Nintendo's Wii Fit ignites yet another fitness fad

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    Nintendo's Wii Fit ignites yet another fitness fad

    Somebody forgot to tell Nintendo that "strenuous indoor exercise" does not top anyone's summer fun list. This, of course, does not explain why poor suckers everywhere are lining up for Wii Fit, an exhausting personal trainer disguised as a videog...

    by Chris Ward on May 29, 2008
  • Moving Pictures - Robert Wilson's cutting-edge portraits bring something new to the frame.

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    Moving Pictures - Robert Wilson's cutting-edge portraits bring something new to the frame.

    Observing viewers engaging Robert Wilson's sensational series of high-definition video portraits at the Bass Museum of Art was akin to watching a pet dog discovering its own image in a mirror for the first time. People stood transfixed in front o...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on May 29, 2008
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