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  • Once upon a Time ...

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    Once upon a Time ...

    The Princess Bride: 20th Anniversary Edition (MGM) As far as anniversary-edition DVDs go, The Princess Bride is crushingly disappointing: no Rob Reiner commentary track, no outtakes, no making-of doc, no nothing, save for a lousy game and a fe...

    by Jordan Harper on November 15, 2007
  • Shred Cred - You wanted the best -- you got the best: Guitar Hero III

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    Shred Cred - You wanted the best -- you got the best: Guitar Hero III

    Show of hands: Has anyone not heard of Guitar Hero at this point? You, sir, in the back row, clutching the Ratt cassette -- you're the only one? All right, pal, here's your recap: Guitar Hero is the most popular music-based game ever made. It com...

    by Chris Ward on November 15, 2007
  • Might as Well Be Driving Jitneys - The M Ensemble and the evermore relevant Mr. Wilson

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    Might as Well Be Driving Jitneys - The M Ensemble and the evermore relevant Mr. Wilson

    The M Ensemble is one of South Florida's longest-extant pro theater companies, and I like it a lot. It has a refreshing DIY vibe that is matched in Miami only by the fuck-it-all punk aesthetic of Mad Cat, over on Biscayne Boulevard. But M is cozier....

    by Brandon K. Thorp on November 15, 2007
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    Stage Capsules - Current shows

    Triptych: Edna O'Brien's story tells of three women (a mistress, a wife, and a daughter) who plot against one another for the affection of one man, dissolve when that affection is withheld, and generally make asses out of themselves. Maybe their beh...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on November 15, 2007
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    Our Top DVD Picks Scheduled for Release This Week

    The Addams Family: The Complete Series (MGM) Amazing Grace (Fox) Annie Duke's Texas Hold'em Supercourse (Big Vision) Berlin Alexanderplatz: The Criterion Collection (Criterion) Close Encounters of the Third Kind: 30th Anniversary Ultimat...

    on November 15, 2007
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    The Great Francis Ford Coppolini Dazzles the Food & Wine Crowd

    So Francis Ford Coppola is in this little film we're watching about the life of Francis Ford Coppola, when all of a sudden he steps out of the footage, just like Jeff Daniels does in The Purple Rose Of Cairo. The film goes on, only now Mr. Coppola is...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 15, 2007 @ 10:41 am
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    Basel Buzz: Diana Lowenstein's Out

    Art Basel may be seven months away, but the competition is already heating up. The fair's charismatic director, Samuel Keller -- widely regarded as one of the art world's most influential figures -- was in town yesterday, not promoting, but partying...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 11, 2007 @ 12:18 pm
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    The Dog Whisperer is Coming to Town

    Cesar Millan, can we have your job? As The Dog Whisperer, you get to travel the country, communicating with troubled beasties like a postmodern Dr. Doolittle, and making pet owners love you along the way. You get to rescue adorable puppies, meet cel...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 11, 2007 @ 8:34 am
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    Art Community to Media: What Have You Done For Us Lately?

    Miami's art community is pissed off at New Times, along with every media outlet in the tri-county area. And like angry villagers they gathered this past Wednesday in the bowels of Wynwood to voice their frustrations. The issue: What's happened to...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 11, 2007 @ 7:11 am
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    Art Capsules - Current shows

    Goya: The Engravings of the Caixanova Collection: The Spanish master's skull-staving series of etchings created during the later stages of his career is on view for the first time in the United States in this must-see exhibit. The four series includ...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on November 8, 2007
  • Fašades of Fear - A trio of artists at Pan American Projects hints at terror and yearns for peace

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    Faades of Fear - A trio of artists at Pan American Projects hints at terror and yearns for peace

    Between 1976 and 1983, Argentina's military dictatorship systematically tortured, killed, and "disappeared" 30,000 people suspected of opposing the government. During the so-called Dirty War, many citizens were dragged from their homes in the mid...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on November 8, 2007
  • The Kids Were Alright

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    The Kids Were Alright

    Sesame Street: Old School Volume 2 (Genius) On the heels of the Electric Company box sets, which were at once educational and groovy as all get-out, comes the latest in greatest hits from Sesame Street before the neighborhood was gentrified fo...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 8, 2007
  • A Little Sucky-Sucky - Two vampire classics are back. Unfortunately, this time, they bite.

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    A Little Sucky-Sucky - Two vampire classics are back. Unfortunately, this time, they bite.

    Castlevania, the vampire-hunting series that spans 20 years and as many games, has basically two kinds of fans. There are the traditionalists, who've followed the games since they were straight-up action titles with thumb-busting combat and infamous...

    by Gary Hodges on November 8, 2007
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    Our Top DVD Picks Scheduled for Release This Week

    The Best of the Colbert Report (Paramount) Blame It on Fidel! (Koch Lorber) Blood Car (TLA) The Crown Prince (Koch) Deck the Halls (Fox) Election (Tartan) Flight of the Conchords: The Complete First Season (HBO) Help!: Deluxe Ed...

    on November 8, 2007
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    Stage Capsules - Current shows

    Little Shop of Horrors: Huge carnivorous plants from outer space really capture the imagination. Witness how Alan Menken and Howard Ashman's Little Shop was launched twice in SoFla in the past month -- once in a very amateur production in Hollywood,...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on November 8, 2007
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    Anal Cunt Invades Churchill's

    In 1988, Seth Putnam formed the band Anal Cunt in Boston, Massachusets. Almost twenty years later he is still touring, recording albums, and abusing drugs. Seth is a six-foot-tall, 39-year-old zombie with long hair who hobbles around on a cane. Ju...

    @ Cultist on May 7, 2007 @ 1:24 pm
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    Backstage with Artie Lange: Sycophants and Starf***ers

    My wife and I said hello, took a picture, and lingered too long, just like everyone else. We went out to the loading area out back, where three guys stood, smoking. One of them had one of those faux-cigarette one-hitters. "You listen to the show?" he...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 7, 2007 @ 1:02 pm
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    Bringing Together the French and the Mexicans for Cinco de Mayo

    For those who slept through history class and believe Cinco de Mayo celebrates the day the Aztecs created Tequila, you have been sorely misled. Nor, smarty pants, does it commemorate Mexico's independence from Spain, which, for the record, is Septe...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 4, 2007 @ 12:45 pm
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    French Tuesdays Arrive in Miami

    Off the top of my head, crepes, croissants, and champagne: Three very good reasons you gotta love the French. Now there are officially four: French Tuesdays, which are brightening up what is classically the most boring day of the week. The brainchi...

    @ Cultist on May 4, 2007 @ 7:00 am
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    The Stars Come Out for Miami Live

    There isn't a definition for the word superexclusive, but if one existed, it would have pictures of the Miami Live weekly event that's held at Santos on South Beach every Wednesday night. The ambiance at this event is like nothing you've ever exper...

    @ Cultist on May 3, 2007 @ 2:03 pm
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