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    Stage Capsules - Current Shows

    Exits and Entrances: Athol Fugard has the well-earned ability to suck the air out of any other plays competing against him on any given night. This snapshot of the mid-twentieth-century crossroads of change in South Africa is no exception. Although t...

    on January 12, 2006
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    A Bounteous Bunch

    The Wild Bunch (Warner Bros.) At a mere $42 through most websites, this four-film boxed set ranks among the best ever compiled; not only does it contain the restored version of one of the greatest movies of all time (The Wild Bunch), but also thre...

    by Robert Wilonsky on January 12, 2006
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    Enter the Dragon - Dragon Quest VIII is the biggest thing from Japan since Godzilla

    There's an oft-repeated urban legend about Dragon Quest's popularity in Japan: So many gamers ditched school and work to play that the government decreed that future releases had to take place on weekends. In reality, there's no such law, but as ...

    by Gary Hodges on January 12, 2006
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    New Times's top DVD picks for the week of January 10

    According to Occam's Razor (Elite Entertainment) Black Books: The First Complete Series (BBC/Warner) The Chumscrubber (DreamWorks) The Constant Gardener (Universal) Dead Poets Society: Special Edition (Touchstone) Ferris Bueller's Day ...

    on January 12, 2006
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    Digging in the Dirt

    Broken Flowers (Universal Home Entertainment) Bill Murray, who long ago swapped manic kineticism for melancholy deadpan, is once more mired in a middle-aged funk; what else is new? As Don Johnston, an aging lothario whose latest young girlfriend is ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on January 5, 2006
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    Full Court Pressure - College Hoops 2K6 will bring out your inner Bobby Knight

    Pity the college basketball coach. He toils endlessly to explain the vagaries of offensive sets and defensive zones. He frets over lineups, injuries, and scouting reports. His job is never safe -- one losing season, and it's back to teaching bounce p...

    by LUKE O'BRIEN on January 5, 2006
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    New Times's top DVD picks for the week of January 3

    All in the Family: The Complete Fifth Season (Columbia/Tristar) Annie Duke's Beginner's Guide to Texas Hold 'Em (Big Vision) As Time Goes By: Reunion Special (PBS) The Cave (Sony) Dumb and Dumber: Unrated (New Line) Football Collection...

    on January 5, 2006
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    Bursting at the Seams - Why not consider a laugh riot for best New Year's resolution?

    Every year at this time most of us determinedly scribble a list of New Year's resolutions, pledges, if you will, by which we solemnly vow to live the remainder of our lives: Quit smoking, stop drinking, begin rigorous exercise regimen, go on strict d...

    by Joanne Green on January 5, 2006
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    Stage Capsules - Current stage shows

    Exits and Entrances: Athol Fugard has the well-earned ability to suck the air out of any other plays competing against him on any given night. This snapshot of the mid-twentieth-century crossroads of change in South Africa is no exception. Although t...

    by Joanne Green on January 5, 2006
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    The Price of Passion - Poetically arresting imagery takes the strangest forms

    Tijuana-based Tania Candiani teases rather than ignites fires with her solo show at Kunsthaus Miami, but her work might provoke if one's perceptual libido responds to erotic irony laced with the soft and subtle instead of the hot and sweaty. "Mattr...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on January 5, 2006
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    Art Capsules - Current art shows

    A Day and Forever: Ali Prosch makes a jaw-dropping statement with this multimedia exhibition sprinkled with witty doses of flair and drama that portray the lifestyles of the young and fabulously dissolute. Trafficking in hyperbeautiful imagery, at ti...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on January 5, 2006
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    This Game Bites - The new Castlevania is the last nail in the franchise's coffin

    With a Blade TV show in the works from Spike TV and powder-faced My Chemical Romance fans carrying the goth torch at Hot Topic, this would seem the perfect time to resurrect the Castlevania franchise. Castlevania debuted 20 years ago on the Ninte...

    by Chris Ward on December 29, 2005
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    Generation Next - Microsoft's Xbox 360 fires the first shot in the next-gen console war

    Microsoft isn't described as an underdog very often. But in the world of videogames, Sony's PlayStation is king, and all others fight for scraps. While Microsoft's Xbox managed to bump the once-great Nintendo into third place, it nevertheless remains...

    by Gary Hodges on December 29, 2005
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    Cult Hit for Nobody

    Nowhere Man (Image Entertainment) There's good reason why you've never heard of this UPN show from the mid-'90s, which lasted 25 episodes before getting shuttled off to, well, nowhere. It's a convoluted mind-fuck that owes its existence as much to T...

    by Robert Wilonsky on December 29, 2005
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    They've Got Game - Barbarians, brain-eaters, and beagles round out the best of 2005

    2005 may be the last hurrah for this generation's aging consoles, but sugar, they're going down swingin'. The PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Game Cube age gracefully, pushing their hardware to the limit one last time and developing some brilliant games i...

    by Chris Ward on December 29, 2005
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    New Times's top DVD picks for the week of December 27

    Ab-Normal Beauty (Tartan) Art of the Devil (Tokyo Shock) Bram Stoker's Dracula/Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Sony) Caged Heat (Buena Vista) Dark Water (Buena Vista) Diary of a Mad Black Woman: The Play (Lions Gate) Empire of the Wolv...

    on December 29, 2005
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    Stage Capsules - Current shows

    Exits and Entrances: When Athol Fugard is in town, he has the well-earned ability to suck the air out of any other plays competing with him on any given night. This snapshot of the mid-twentieth-century crossroads of change in South Africa is no exce...

    by Joanne Green on December 29, 2005
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    Ideological Activists - Take a tour through Hardcore's sewer of softcore dementia

    Stepping inside Wynwood's new Hardcore Art Contemporary Space (HACS), one is instantly surprised by an image of a visibly aroused Jesus Christ lounging atop a tattered red upholstered Rococo settee. The piece, titled Ying & Yang, superimposes a lur...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on December 29, 2005
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    Art Capsules - Current shows

    A Day and Forever: Ali Prosch makes a jaw-dropping statement with this multimedia exhibition sprinkled with witty doses of flair and drama that portray the lifestyles of the young and fabulously dissolute. Trafficking in hyperbeautiful imagery, at ti...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on December 29, 2005
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    The Impossible Bomb

    Serenity (Universal) Joss Whedon's film version of his TV series Firefly came and went like a lightning bug in October; the predicted phenom stuck around the multiplex just long enough to lose millions. But like Firefly, which sold enough boxed se...

    on December 22, 2005
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New Works From First Wave of Cuban-Exile Artists at Fort Lauderdale's Museum of Art

In 1983, nine Cuban exile artists came together and exhibited their works in a show called "The Miami Generation." They didn't know it then, but despite the contrasts in their… More >>

H2Ombre at the Arsht: A Waterlogged Theater Experience Like No Other

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As one character in Bill Cain's sobering, antiwar psychodrama 9 Circles puts it, "terrible things happen" in war. It's the sort of indisputable, politely hollow phrase that says nothing —… More >>

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