Tyler Perry's mammy gets less melodramatic but not less grotesque.
Steve Winwood (front), joint not picturedMusic vet and New Times scribe Lee Zimmerman shares stories of memorable rock 'n' roll encounters that took place in our local environs. This week: Candid conversations and the naked truth.I relish asking my musical heroes all the obscure questions that th ... More >>
Screw the recession. The nation's number one art fest is bigger than ever.
Judd Apatow explains himself
Nacho is funnier than Napoleon, which isn't sayin' much
Preach. Convert. Repeat.
Trumpet player gets another tribute
Middle-age Diane Keaton wins Jack Nicholson away from the young 'uns in Something's Gotta Give
A new Broadway-bound Little Shop of Horrors connects the dots but can't find its place in the Zeitgeist
The Oscar telecast has, for a decade, been Gil Cates' golden moment
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
Peter Frampton, the golden god of the Seventies, is, once more, Almost Famous
Man on the Moon
Ricky Martin is in a show-biz tailspin. The boy needs help. And he needs it now.
John Cunningham, the man behind Driveways of the Rich and Famous, works his magic in Miami
It takes more than headshots and agents to get a part in a TV tire commercial. You've got to have The Look. Mine, I'd say, falls somewhere between amused and confused.
Egged on by a soaring Tallahassee following, Zombie Birdhouse flies in your face with invention