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  • 24 Hour Theatre Project makes stage magic overnight

    24 Hour Theatre Project makes stage magic overnight
    This is how it works: Eight local playwrights meet at 7 p.m.  Sunday (Oct. 27) at Palm Beach Dramaworks in West Palm Beach and randomly select headshots of four actors and one director. Then Monday (Oct. 28), they will present short plays they wrote...
  • Dirty Wars: Jeremy Scahill at O Cinema screening

    Dirty Wars: Jeremy Scahill at O Cinema screening
    “Dirty Wars” author Jeremy Scahill is no fan of U.S. actions in the War on Terror, but he’s an equal opportunity critic: “Most of my hate mail nowadays comes from liberals, not conservatives,” he told the New York Times...
  • The Mad Cat Theatre Company weaves a vicious circle around the life of style icon Isabella Blow

    The Mad Cat Theatre Company weaves a vicious circle around the life of style icon Isabella Blow
    As you may imagine, the anthro-comedy about the late fashion provocateur Isabella Blow, titled “Blow Me,” has a great deal of style. Produced by Mad Cat Theatre Company, and playing at the Miami Theater Center in Miami Shores, the original...
  • Boca lawyers to discuss Florida's new landlord-tenant law

    Boca lawyers to discuss Florida's new landlord-tenant law
    Two Boca Raton attorneys will be speaking Wednesday at the monthly meeting of the Dade Real Estate Investors Association. Jerron Kelley and Conrad Grant, of Kelley & Grant, will address recent changes to Florida’s landlord-tenant law and how to...
  • Your guide to choosing a college

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Sponsored Listings ||   || || Barry University 11300 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores, FL 305-899-3100, www.barry.edu Barry is the second-largest Catholic university in the Southeast and offers over 100 degree programs. || Concorde...
  • With "The Gift," Michael Leeds aims to take his audience higher

    With "The Gift," Michael Leeds aims to take his audience higher
    Where does Michael Leeds find the time? Many South Floridians may know the Boynton Beach resident as a highly sought-after director, but he’s also a successful screenwriter (“The Simian Line” with Harry Connick Jr., William Hurt and...
  • "Venus and Serena" doc opens and EleVen debuts in SoFlo

    "Venus and Serena" doc opens and EleVen debuts in SoFlo
    Aaaahhh, Serena and Venus Williams. I know it isn't exactly a frock-doc, but the movie "Venus and Serena" opens this weekend in SoFla (O Cinema in Miami Shores) after recently premiering at the Miami International Film Festival. No, it isn't about...
  • Religión: Miles realizan gran misión en el Sur de la Florida

    Religión: Miles realizan gran misión en el Sur de la Florida
    Con guitarras, panderetas, tambores y maracas resonando por las calles del sur de Florida, cientos de personas salieron a las calles el domingo pasado a predicar el evangelio. Se trata de miles de católicos, quienes han respondido a llamado del nuevo...
  • O, another cinema

    O, another cinema
    O Cinema, the art-house movie theater responsible for bringing grindhouse horror, obscure documentaries and locally produced flicks to South Florida audiences, is taking over the 66-year-old Miami Theater Center in Miami Shores. But lovers of...
  • Southwest Ranches, Wilton Manors endorsement

    Southwest Ranches, Wilton Manors endorsement
    Jeff Nelson for Mayor of Southwest Ranches Two energetic and qualified candidates are running for mayor in Southwest Ranches. Jeff Nelson, 55, has occupied the position for the last four years. Before that, he served a term on the Town Council....
  • Workers stand up for their health

    Workers stand up for their health
    MIAMI — When Citrix Systems redesigned its Fort Lauderdale, Fla., offices last fall, managers had a mission in mind: Kick-start creativity by getting employees to talk more and sit less. The new layout encourages workers to move around,...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Money, School Repairs and rest stops

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday. Here are the top stories we're reading this morning. * The Sun-Sentinel examines the primary between Lois Frankel and Kristin Jacobs. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at how schools are handling few dollars...