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    Mission Impossible - New Theatre's latest is an abject lesson in hot air.

    Dialectics being the dry things they are, plays set up around meetings-of-minds tend toward the masturbatory and dull. The Mission isn't either, because of an almost Murder She Wrote-like penchant for pulpy plot twists and sudden shocking revelation...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on April 17, 2008
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    So You Wanna Be a Filmmaker?

    Everyone's a critic. Sure, it's easy to look at some of the television shows that get green-lighted each season and wonder what particular kind of crack the network executives were smoking that day -- Cavemen, anyone? No? Alrighty then. But behind t...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on October 19, 2007 @ 7:09 am
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    An Apology

    A post on our blog last week related to a CNN poll that rated Miami as the American city with the most beautiful people has been removed. A picture that accompanied the post was demeaning to African-American women. We apologize. It is our intention t...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on October 15, 2007 @ 3:00 pm
  • Just Shy of Seaworthy - Viking: Battle for Asgard shows promise, but not much more.

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    Just Shy of Seaworthy - Viking: Battle for Asgard shows promise, but not much more.

    It's nice when a game comes along that pleasantly surprises you. I admit, I judged Viking: Battle for Asgard by the screenshots, writing it off as yet another one of those grimy, violent games so plentiful that they're almost their own category: the...

    by Gary Hodges on April 10, 2008
  • Toy Story - Religion and war might seem a strange mix, but ...

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    Toy Story - Religion and war might seem a strange mix, but ...

    For his current project at Hardcore Contemporary Art Space, Juan-Si Gonzales literally put his balls on the line. A gallery catalogue essay informs that the 47-year-old Cuban artist underwent a vasectomy-reversal operation that allowed him to create...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on April 10, 2008
  • Great Light Way - Subtle it's not, but Forbidden Broadway offers its own brand of brash fun.

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    Great Light Way - Subtle it's not, but Forbidden Broadway offers its own brand of brash fun.

    Dear God, what can be said about Forbidden Broadway? Even the most overwhelmingly devoted theatergoers who see the thing can't think of much to say on the ride home. Mostly, the postshow wrapup goes something like this: "Hey! Remember when they sang...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on April 10, 2008
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    How to Be in a Spencer Tunick Photo Shoot

    First of all, for the uninformed: Spencer Tunick is the photographer who goes to a public place--i.e., a park, an art museum, a tulip farm, what have you--and fills it with hundreds of naked people, sometimes standing blank-faced, sometimes lying in ...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on October 9, 2007 @ 4:16 pm
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    I came, I saw, I got totally nude!

    Spencer's Melbourne vacation A lady named Crystal just sent this delightful description of Spencer Tunick's monster nude photo shoot: Spencer Tunick made a visit to this not so fair city on Columbus Day. That's right, the Spencer Tunick who ha...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on October 9, 2007 @ 2:14 pm
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    Today is the 40th Anniversary of Che's Death

    And these photos prove he really made a splash!!! Get it? Seriously. What will the fashion industry think of next? The Saddam sarong? The Osama tube top? Nothing like wrapping a bunch of sexy young things in the faces of tyrants -- especially when...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on October 9, 2007 @ 7:31 am
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    Antikulture: So Much Fun, Your Pants Will Split

    This Saturday night, after I parked my Civic near a strip joint along NW 36th Street, three guys came to warn me that my car would get towed. One proposed a back alley, prompting another to suggest: "Don't send that nice lady into an alley. She'll ge...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on October 9, 2007 @ 7:11 am
  • Picture Perfecto - The images of "Lente Latino" linger, but the show won't.

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    Picture Perfecto - The images of "Lente Latino" linger, but the show won't.

    To cash in on the Arteamricas fair last week, some local galleries dusted off their stock and cobbled together ersatz shows hoping to snare collectors' eyes. Chelsea Galleria bolted from the pack with "Lente Latino," an intriguing exhibition sho...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on April 3, 2008
  • Paging Freaks - Guinness writes the book on gaming, but doesn't shatter any records.

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    Paging Freaks - Guinness writes the book on gaming, but doesn't shatter any records.

    As a kid, I spent countless hours thumbing through a dog-eared copy of The Guinness Book of World Records, determined to find just the right stupid human trick to vault me into freak-show history. Turns out I didn't need to waste all those years ...

    by Chris Ward on April 3, 2008
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    Art Capsules

    Hiptesis de la Locura Jardin Hermtico Ted Larsen New Works At Pan American Art Projects, Gustavo Acosta's large atmospheric acrylic-on-canvas paintings convey a vision of sprawling urban settings as if observed through the window of an ai...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on April 3, 2008
  • Carbonell Cold Shoulder - We're all losers at South Florida's biggest awards show.

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    Carbonell Cold Shoulder - We're all losers at South Florida's biggest awards show.

    It's Carbonell time again. The auditorium at the Broward Center has been booked for months, the menu for the sponsors' gala has long been planned and vetted, and South Florida's theaterfolk have already decided what to wear. As I write, the definiti...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on April 3, 2008
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    Trina Takes a Turn at Rap Redemption

    You may think that Hip Hop music is nothing more than braggadocious, violent, oversexed anthems created by morally indifferent artists - and judging by the press given to DUI convictions and bullet wound counts, we don't blame you. But the truth is a...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on October 5, 2007 @ 8:16 am
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    Greil Marcus Talks War

    Greil Marcus -- Rolling Stone magazine's first reviews editor in 1969 -- appeared before a crowd of mostly middle-aged smart types at Books and Books late last month in Coral Gables to read from his latest, He leapt to the back of The Shape of Thing...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on October 4, 2007 @ 7:31 am
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    Hip-Hop Hit

    Nicole Klaymoon's The Sixth Vowel, produced by the Miami Light Project last Friday was THE BEST small theatrical production I have seen in this city in a decade. It was the kind of small, wine-drinkin' intimate performance that make you remember ...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on October 1, 2007 @ 12:04 pm
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    Clyde-Lovin' in the Swamps

    Butcher bought a slice when you still could. The swamp walk was held at his Ochopee gallery on U.S. 41, led by guides in tie-dyed shirts who told us some stuff I do not remember about orchids (we didn't see any) and muck (we were waist-deep in it); I...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on October 1, 2007 @ 7:35 am
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    Art Capsules

    Female Nudes: Blake Fisher's fetching silver gelatin prints are reminiscent of the photography of Bill Brandt and Lucien Clergue, and exude a timeless quality. Some of his models are bathed in soft natural light; others are cloaked in a dramatic chi...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on March 27, 2008
  • Online Turnoff - Who said first-person games need a second person?

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    Online Turnoff - Who said first-person games need a second person?

    Developers seem to believe that their first-person games are required to include online modes. Blame it on the few narrow-minded gamers (and critics) who constantly hammer away with that boneheaded message. At best, it's a strange logic of inheri...

    by Gary Hodges on March 27, 2008
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