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Fences: August Wilson Returns to Miami

5 years ago by John Thomason
By many accounts, Troy Maxson, the 53-year-old protagonist of August Wilson's Fences, is a loser. He's the bitter breadwinner of a small Pittsburgh family who lives in the thwarted pipe dreams of his past as a once-promising baseball player. And he operates with such blinding resentment — brought on, in...
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Denzel Washington Brings August Wilson's Masterwork to the People

2 years ago by April Wolfe
I shouldn’t have to explain why Fences, the August Wilson play set in the 1950s and now adapted for the screen, is important. If you’ve stepped anywhere near the theater — and I mean the playhouse here — you’ve read, seen, or heard about it. Wilson, who didn’t study theater...
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August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand

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Ann Wilson on Touring With Jeff Beck, Paul Rodgers: "To Have a Long Career, It's About Showing Up"

6 months ago by Jesse Scott
The three rockers are set to play a one-of-a-kind show at Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach August 25.
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Brian Wilson at Hard Rock Live August 5

8 years ago by Craig Hlavaty
Brian Wilson at Hard Rock Live August 5
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Here Are the South Florida Congressional Candidates Who Support Universal Health Care

4 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
For years, Florida has had one of the highest rates of uninsured residents. So it's no surprise health care is a top issue for voters going into the November midterms. According to a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation, more than a quarter of Florida voters said health care was the most important issue they were considering this election season.
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Miami Dolphins Are the Most Entertaining Team in the NFL

5 months ago by Ryan Yousefi
The Miami Dolphins are 3-0. They're also in first place in the AFC East. Oh, and they're one of only four undefeated teams in the NFL. But most important, the Miami Dolphins are a lot of fun.
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Cordoba Courts in Opa-locka Criticized as a Slum

6 months ago by Molly Minta
On a Saturday morning in 2013, Shalonda Rivers woke up early, ate a breakfast of microwaved oatmeal, and put a mop to her linoleum floor. It was the first step in her weekend cleaning routine, an ongoing battle against grime, pests, and mold that began when she moved into the...
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The Little Stranger Isn't Your Average Ghost Story, Director Lenny Abrahamson Says

6 months ago by Hans Morgenstern
The first thing you should understand about The Little Stranger, the new film by Room director Lenny Abrahamson, is that it's only partly a ghost story. The period film, which follows a country doctor tending to a high-society family in its crumbling mansion, speaks to a shift in the class...
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The Equalizer 2: Denzel Thinks Globally, Kills Locally

7 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
All that lashing wind and rain, and Fuqua’s sometimes haphazard storytelling, deny us the grim pleasures of Denzel’s methodical slayings, which often take clever advantage of whatever tools happen to be handy

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