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    Current Art Shows

    Humberto Calzada: Humberto Calzada's work is skillful and bright. His architectonic subject matter is sedate, even nostalgic; his sober white interior geometric vistas, adorned with stained-glass arches and flooded with water, have become mainstr...

    on September 15, 2005
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    New releases available this week

    The Blues Brothers 25th Anniversary Edition (Universal Studios Home Video) Dan Aykroyd and John Goodman's modern-day revival of the Blues Brothers is less a stroke of comedy genius than a dose of karaoke night at Hooters. Fight off those thoughts ...

    by Jordan Harper on September 8, 2005
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    New Times's top DVD picks for the week of September 6

    Barn of the Naked Dead (Koch Vision Entertainment) The Bela Lugosi Collection (Universal) Bruce Springsteen: VH1 Storytellers (Sony Music) Charmed: The Complete Second Season (Paramount) Crash (Artisan) The Deer Hunter: Special Edition...

    on September 8, 2005
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    Not-So-Freaky Freak Show - Mosaic's Elephant Man is mostly art by the numbers

    The Mosaic Theatre's Richard Jay Simon is one of the most talented theater directors in South Florida. He's also one of the most versatile. His emotionally detailed hostage drama Someone Who'll Watch Over Me grabbed my attention in Mosaic's first sea...

    by Ronald Mangravite on September 8, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    marking time: moving images: Science, technology, and the speed with which we communicate today have altered modern-day perception of reality. The world is so much more accessible nowadays that time has become a fluid medium flashing back and forth -...

    on September 8, 2005
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    Virtual Vision - Navigating the cyber-sea of museums and galleries

    "I always dreamt of traveling to far away lands," recounts sixteenth-century sailor Bernal Daz del Castillo in his Chronicles of the New Spain. That, of course, was long, long before the virtual world of the Internet, a place in which you simply str...

    by Alfredo Triff on September 1, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    marking time: moving images: Science, technology, and the speed with which we communicate today have altered modern-day perception of reality. The world is so much more accessible nowadays that time has become a fluid medium flashing back and forth -...

    on September 1, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Misery: Horror meister Stephen King certainly knows a thing or two about the vicissitudes of fame. Like many a writer before him, King draws on personal experience for his short novel Misery, a grim fairy tale about a famous novelist held captive by ...

    on August 25, 2005
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    A Family Affair - Four decades on and the Rubells are still at it

    Did you know that ARTnews magazine ranks Don and Mera Rubell among the world's top 200 art collectors? The Rubell Family Collection is located in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood, inside a two-story, 40,000-square-foot warehouse that once served as a ...

    by Alfredo Triff on August 25, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    marking time: moving images: Science, technology, and the speed with which we communicate today have altered modern-day perception of reality. The world is so much more accessible nowadays that time has become a fluid medium flashing back and forth -...

    on August 25, 2005
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    What Really Happens in the Ladies' Room - If We Are Women is an entertaining culture-clash coffee klatch for everybody -- honest

    A play called If We Are Women in a place called the Women's Theatre Project? Shocking but true. What sounds like scary Lifetime television, though, is actually entirely satisfying, even if you happen to sport one of those crazy penis things. It's so ...

    by Dave Amber on August 18, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Misery: Horror meister Stephen King certainly knows a thing or two about the vicissitudes of fame. Like many a writer before him, King draws on personal experience for his short novel Misery, a grim fairy tale about a famous novelist held captive by ...

    on August 18, 2005
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    The Big Picture - How much does size really matter?

    The emphasis is on the process, not the final product," said chief curator Bonnie Clearwater about the Museum of Contemporary Art's current exhibition, "Trading Places." "Although," she added, "we were really pleased with the outcome." To create t...

    by K. LEE SOHN on August 18, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    Co Operate: Fashion and its built-in seasonal obsolescence have long been the engine that drives aesthetic innovation in the contemporary art world. As soon as a new style bubbles up, an alarm sounds. Soon thereafter legions of young artists rush to ...

    on August 18, 2005
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    Waking to Your Worst Nightmare - A claustrophobic tale of capture, nurture, and torture

    Horror meister Stephen King certainly knows a thing or two about the vicissitudes of fame. Like many a writer before him, King draws on personal experience for his short novel Misery, a grim fairy tale about a famous writer held captive by his "numbe...

    by Ronald Mangravite on August 11, 2005
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    Murder and Madness - A tragic tale that fails to triumph

    "So fair and foul a day I have not seen" goes the famous line in Macbeth and, may it be said, so fair and foul a play can now be seen in a recently opened production at New Theatre in Coral Gables. Shakespeare's shortest tragedy is one of his most ma...

    by Ronald Mangravite on August 11, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Sisters of Swing: The Andrews Sisters, who rose to megastardom during the World War II big band era, were the Dixie Chicks of their time. That is, if you replace the Chicks' antiwar sentiment with patriotism and then add an unbridled popularity no gi...

    on August 11, 2005
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    A Collaborative Canvas - Mining the energy of the collective

    Fashion and its built-in seasonal obsolescence has long been the engine that drives aesthetic innovation in contemporary art. As soon as a new style bubbles up from an original source, scribbled by an early adopter of a disenfranchised subculture lik...

    by Michelle Weinberg on August 11, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    Fuzzy Was He? Once upon a time, before psychedelic Sesame Street of the Seventies turned into Elmo Street (the fifteen-second-skit show of the Nineties), there were Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch, and Big Bird. Perhaps red furball Elmo was nice at ...

    on August 11, 2005
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    Viva Video - It's alive and well and exciting, and it's on view now

    Within a year, Miami Art Central (MAC) has presented two interesting shows dealing with media art. The first was "The Last Picture Show: 1960-1982," and now "Irreducible: Contemporary Short Form Video." This exhibition, curated by Ralph Rugoff, takes...

    by Alfredo Triff on August 4, 2005
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