A filmmaker and genius with a junk obsession talks shop.
Walter Mosley holds forth on identity, literary segregation, and black heroes
A spooky musical about a man trapped in a cave is too much for the Actors' Playhouse audience
Florida Stage's Thief River turns a burning conflict into a tepid drama
Dead Elvis at Sunrise promises morning in America
The malling of American cinema has left audiences with little choice but to take their Prozac and like it
Wagner Creek: It's the most contaminated waterway in Florida. And it's ours!
A distinguished panel of judges surveys Miami's indoor pleasure palaces and raises a profound question: Who needs nature?
Dade has a big new plan to fight homelessness. Residents of the makeshift town on Watson Island might be a tough sell.