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  • Photog Brings the Flamenco - Gilles Larrain shows the soul of Seville in Coral Gables.

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    Photog Brings the Flamenco - Gilles Larrain shows the soul of Seville in Coral Gables.

    View a slideshow of some of Larrain's Falmenco shots. At Centro Cultural Espaol, Gilles Larrain stands over a photograph he took in 1983 in Gualdaquivir, Spain, and launches into the first of many memories. "That's El Cabrero, one of flamenco...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on February 7, 2008
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    Art Capsules - Current shows.

    Triangle of Need: Chicago-based theater and film artist Catherine Sullivan will participate in a free screening and talk about her new multichannel video installation, Triangle of Need, which opened at Vizcaya this past fall as part of the museum's ...

    by Steph Hurst on February 7, 2008
  • Death and Tosca - Florida Grand Opera's lead diva gears up for Puccini's masterwork.

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    Death and Tosca - Florida Grand Opera's lead diva gears up for Puccini's masterwork.

    New Times spoke on the phone last week with the dusky-voiced Elizabeth Blancke-Biggs, who will be portraying Floria Tosca through the majority of Florida Grand Opera's upcoming production of Giacomo Puccini's Tosca. One of the most psychologically d...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on February 7, 2008
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    Stage Capsules - Current shows.

    Altar Boyz: The hit off-Broadway musical about a fictional Catholic boy band brims with delightful sacrilege. The show is set up like a concert, with songs and between-song banter, and is moving in the flashy, exuberant manner of feel-good musical t...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on February 7, 2008
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    Check Out These Species Before They Vanish

    It's animal month at the Miami Children's Museum, and it's about time that you learned that bears don't eat out of dripping jars of honey, not all lions are cowardly, and leopards are good for more than those cheesy boots you love. To your ignorant...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on August 24, 2007 @ 7:34 am
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    Not What They're Looking For - American Idol Tryouts

    When you think of the audition line for American Idol, you may think of a freak show -- a lobster boy, a bearded lady, a William Hung. Yet, there was no circus in front of the American Airlines Arena by Wednesday morning during Miami's preliminary a...

    @ Cultist on August 23, 2007 @ 2:10 pm
  • Immigrants Are Superheroes - Kunsthaus celebrates some truly heroic Mexicans.

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    Immigrants Are Superheroes - Kunsthaus celebrates some truly heroic Mexicans.

    View a slideshow of some of Pinzon's Immigrant Superhero photos. For Dulce Pinzn, the true superheroes inhabiting Gotham are the undocumented immigrants who work as waiters, delivery boys, laundromat attendants, taxi drivers, and nannies, yet re...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on January 31, 2008
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    Art Capsules - Current shows.

    He-Man Woman Haters Club: If you see only one show this season, don't miss the Boyz of Basel at Carol Jazzar's outdoor gallery. The title is aptly appropriated from The Little Rascals. It celebrates everlasting boyhood and features a variety of 2-D ...

    by Steph Hurst on January 31, 2008
  • Donkey Punch

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    Donkey Punch

    The King of Kong (New Line) Seth Gordon's best-of-2007 documentary, about the battle for Donkey Kong supremacy, remains a work in progress: Billy Mitchell, the longtime title-holder dethroned by Steve Wiebe over the course of this hysterical, ...

    by Jim Ridley on January 31, 2008
  • Point and Chop - No amount of sharpening can save this dull blade.

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    Point and Chop - No amount of sharpening can save this dull blade.

    The very first time I saw the Wii's motion-sensitive "Wiimote" (and after the initial Wha-huh? reaction), a single thought bounced in my head like a toddler on corn syrup: Finally we're gonna get an f-ing brilliant lightsaber game. It was inev...

    by Gary Hodges on January 31, 2008
  • Killer Comedy - The Lonesome West brings Martin McDonagh's bloodlust to the Naked Stage.

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    Killer Comedy - The Lonesome West brings Martin McDonagh's bloodlust to the Naked Stage.

    The men and women who nominate things for Tony Awards are probably very smart and very, very cultured. These people know why all Playbills look alike. Perhaps they've noshed on lobster poached in vanilla cognac at Le Cirque, or truffle risotto at Ma...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on January 31, 2008
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    Stage Capsules - Current shows.

    Love Is Good: An Evening with Christine Andreas: If it weren't for the marketeers who fill store aisles with red hearts, we might forget the buy-chocolate-for-the-person-you-sleep-with holiday is approaching! Before cynicism has taken all the fun ou...

    by Mara Leventhal on January 31, 2008
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    Our Top DVD Picks Scheduled for Release This Week

    Aqua Teen Hunger Force: 5 (Warner Bros.) Barn of the Naked Dead (Legend House) Bordertown (THINKFilm) Canvas (Universal) Chancer: Series 2 (Acorn Media) The Comebacks (Fox) Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Complete Sixth Season (HBO) D...

    on January 31, 2008
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    Kendall's John Olin Can Rock a Skateboard

    Forget about the X-Games. Check out this video of a 17-year-old Kendall skate rat named John Olin. It's an entertaining waste of four minutes, three seconds: --Tamara Lush

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on August 21, 2007 @ 7:42 am
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    The Lieutenant of Inishmore's Bloody Great

    A riot of blood and wit, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is cinematic, gripping, hilarious, grisly, and poignant all at once. It's Tarantino live -- but with a point. This is theater that demands to be seen. Judging by the Saturday night audience at Gab...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on August 20, 2007 @ 7:24 am
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    Kathy Griffin is Going to Hell and Doesn't Care

    Even from the cheap seats you could see the venom spewing from Kathy Griffin's lips last night as she spoke the name "Ryan Seacrest." "I can't stand that bitch!" she screamed in her trademark pitch before an enraptured sold-out crowd at the Hard Roc...

    @ Cultist on August 17, 2007 @ 12:50 pm
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    At Lighthouse 37, Saturday's for Seniors

    May we have this dance? Where to go on a Saturday night when you're a lonely, Cuban, senior citizen (or a person who enjoys watching lonely Cuban Senior citizens dance the night away)? Lighthouse 37, baby (the lounge, not the restaurant). If ...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on August 17, 2007 @ 7:18 am
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    DIY:MIA Art Show

    Lucy Orozco DIY:MIA, a non-profit organization driven by creative expression, held an art show on Saturday at the Miami International University of Art and Design. It's interesting to note however, that the University itself does charge over $40,...

    @ Cultist on August 14, 2007 @ 2:59 pm
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    Evening With the Oracle

    Jamie Puntumkhul I'll admit it, I watch Oprah. And although it's nothing more than an hour long commercial, I especially like her "Favorite Things" shows in which unsuspecting audience members shift from mild to manic when surprised with super-sw...

    @ Cultist on August 13, 2007 @ 7:00 am
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    Bounty Girls and Me

    I could heard from the kitchen as they introduced these women - dressed in lycra and leather -- talking about bringing in the bad guys. Dumb. But then came the second segment. Jag, the lead babe bounty hunter, showed a picture of her next victim, ...

    @ Cultist by Chuck Strouse on August 10, 2007 @ 1:24 pm
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