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Egypt Flick

9 years ago by Chris Joseph
Ahmad Abdalla's Microphone tells the tale of Khaled (Abol Naga), an Egyptian expat who returns home after years abroad and discovers the underground art and music scene that has gallantly emerged in Alexandria. The film explores Khaled's frustrated attempts to produce a concert featuring the talented rappers, rock bands, graffiti...
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Little Egypt, Big Dance

22 years ago by Michael Yockel
"You don't see a lot of it, not even in Egypt," admits Jihan Jamal. "They think of it as a dying art." Dressed in a black leotard with a long scarf-like affair tied at the waist, Jamal (her professional name) could be any dance instructor in any mirror-lined dance studio...
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As Terrible Movies Go, Gods of Egypt Is Pretty Grand

4 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Let's give Gods of Egypt this much: An hour in, a giant cobra crashes and explodes like a bad guy's car in a dumb movie from the '70s. That snake, one of two in Alex Proyas’ film, is wide as a locomotive and long as a parade. It's also straddled...
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The Posies' Ken Stringfellow Set to Play Debut Solo Show in Miami

4 months ago by Liz Tracy
Ken Stringfellow's intimate show marks the anniversary of his solo debut, Touched.
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Miami Spice 2019: The Six Best Restaurants for Seafood

4 months ago by Juliana Accioly
If you love all things that come in shells and scales, check out these Spice seafood menus before September 30.
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Claptone's Globetrotting and Marathon Sets Test the DJ's Endurance Behind the Decks

5 months ago by Howard Hardee
The globetrotting DJ plays 200 to 300 shows a year and gets much of his sleep on airplanes.
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Microphone foreshadows the events that recently rocked Egypt

9 years ago by Chris Joseph
Microphone foreshadows the events that recently rocked Egypt
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Popcorn Frights Announces Opening Night World Premiere by Writers of A Quiet Place and More

7 months ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
Popcorn Frights Film Festival returns to Savor Cinema for its fifth year August 8 with an opening night sure to please many horror fans. Kicking off the nine-night celebration is the world premiere of Haunt, a new horror thriller by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, two of the writers of A...
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Terry Jones, Koran-Burning Florida Pastor, Sentenced to Death in Egypt

7 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Terry Jones is going to have to put off that tour of the pyramids. The firebrand, Koran-burning, riot-inciting minister of hate in Gainesville has been sentenced to death in Egypt over his role in promoting a film tied to deadly protests around the Islamic world this summer.Jones, predictably, used the...
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Seun Kuti and Egypt '80 at the Manuel Artime Theater, July 29

9 years ago by Miami New Times staff
Seun Kuti and Egypt '80 Presented by Rhythm Foundation Friday, July 29, 2011 Manuel Artime Theater, Miami On Friday night, Seun Kuti and Egypt '80 opened up a portal into a high, spiritual, Afro-dimension where time slowed to a near standstill as booties shook with ever-increasing rapidity. Though many booties...

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