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  • 11 years ago

    The Miami Contemporary Dance Company has officially entered the big-kid world of double-digit age after ten successful years in the South Florida arts scene. To commemorate the closing of its decennial season, MCDC’s artistic director, Ray Su...

  • 13 years ago

    The Wheels of Justice Filed under: Flotsam The other day, while whipping through the parking lot of the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office, Riptide came across a sleek egg-shape ride stamped with the unmistakable portrait of the county's top crime...

  • 14 years ago | Theater

    Talk Radio: Eric Bogosian's play (which was filmed by Oliver Stone in 1988) about radio host Barry Champlain, once a small-time Akron DJ blessed with the gift of gab, incorporates elements of radio host Alan Berg's murder at the hands of neo-Nazis...

  • 14 years ago | Theater

    The decision to stage Fahrenheit 451 is a thinly veiled response to a 1990s Miami-Dade County ordinance banning groups with ties to Cuba from receiving public money. (Of course in Miami, not denouncing Fidel Castro at every turn is almost as bad a...

  • 15 years ago

    Douglas Road Goes Off the (Metro) Rails Filed under: Scanner In 2003 the Miami-Dade County Commission selected Miami banker and real estate developer Raul Masvidal to build on county-owned property near the Douglas Road Metrorail station. Masvidal...

  • 15 years ago | Theater

    In an effort to bring Shakespeare to the masses, theater companies sometimes feel compelled to adapt the Bard to modern times, using familiar settings to ease the language complexity. This motive, perhaps, inspired New Theatre to put a contemporar...

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