Editors Picks

Don't Miss Borscht Film Festival

It's Miami's melting pot of filmmaking. The Borscht Film Festival forges the cinematic identity of the city. Michelle Solomon has a preview and a jam-packed schedule of events.

Theatre Reviews

Primal Forces Wows With Sunset Baby

Performed on the small stage at Fort Lauderdale's Andrews Living Arts, "Sunset Baby" is the ultimate in in your face theatre. Roger Martin has the review.

Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight: Elsy Aumann

SoFla artist Elsy Aumann grew up being influenced by artists in her hometown of Caracas. talks to her about her work.

Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight: Bizard

Benoit Izard aka Bizard is a site specific artist who creates what he hopes will be a key to opening experiences.

A View From a Broad

Feet First At Basel's Vernissage

Art Basel is about art, people, and shoes, according to a View from a Broad. Anna Collins gives her feet first take on this year's show.

The Classics

Shaky Between Sturdy Bookends

The New World Symphony program fared better at the beginning and the end, but what was sandwiched in between was a mixed bag. Steve Gladstone has the review.

Theatre Reviews

'Miracle' Puts Joyeux in Noel

Miracle on South Division Street at Actor's Playhouse dashes the humbug of seasonal emotion. Roger Martin reviews.

Editors Picks

Glen Campbell Documentary Goes Deep

Director John Keach thought he'd just go on the road and film guitar legend Glen Campbell's last tour. The documentary "I'll Be Me" became something much deeper. Michelle Solomon has the interview.

Festival Report

My-ami Art Week Revisited

So much to see, so little time during Miami Art Week. Irene Sperber has the festival report.

Festival Report

Art Basel Takes Over Miami

'Twas the Night Before Art Basel and all through . . . Irene Sperber reports from Art Basel.

Theatre Reviews

The Book of Mormon Anoints at Arsht

Nine-time Tony Award winner The Book of Mormon is in Miami at the Arsht. While not for everyone, the musical is a stroke of genius. Michelle Solomon has the review.

A View From a Broad

The Fruitcake Zone

The holiday fruitcake narrowly makes it into the edible category, but there are many ways to repurpose it. Anna Collins has the View from a Broad and offers a helpful what to do video guide.

Editors Picks

The Zen of Painter/Choreographer Shen Wei

For his second exhibition in Miami (Rite of Spring 2003), Chinese born artist and choreographer Shen Wei presents a disquisition on dance and painting. Irene Sperber has the preview/interview.

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