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  • Tribeca Film Review: 'The Search for General Tso'

    The hunt for a mystery man of Chinese-American cuisine spreads out across the globe in "The Search for General Tso," an ebullient inquiry into the origins of that staple dish of Chinese restaurants far and wide: General Tso's chicken. Who was this General...
  • WME's Amos Newman Emerges From the Shadow of Showbiz Royalty

    Three years into its existence, WME's Music for Visual Media Dept. is trumpeting major successes for its newbie composers, from Alex Ebert's Golden Globe win for "All Is Lost" to Junkie XL's "300: Rise of an Empire" and "Divergent" scores, to the maestros...
  • London Theater Review: 'Privacy' at the Donmar Warehouse

    Crackerjack comic timing was the last thing anyone expected from an alarming play about 21st-century concerns over data, secrecy and power. But it's all over James Graham's dazzler "Privacy." Josie Rourke's superbly paced Donmar Warehouse production and...
  • Movie Maestros Invade the Concert Hall

    Is the stigma finally disappearing? Next month, the Pacific Symphony in Costa Mesa, Calif., will present three nights of classical music showcasing concert works by composers better known for their movie scores: John Williams, James Horner, Elliot...
  • Seven Design Maximizes Huge Acts By Letting Stars Shine

    He can laugh about it now, but Seven Design Works co-founder LeRoy Bennett's career as a stage designer got off to a precarious start. It was 1980 and a very exacting Prince hired Bennett to design his tour. "I worked very hard to make that show for him,...
  • Comic book maker forges digital path

    To find out if the superhero saves the day, today's comic book readers don't have to turn a printed page. Many comic book fans prefer swiping a screen on a tablet or e-reader, and Lion Forge Comics is building its business model around these tech-savvy...
  • Christopher Wool: The nihilist's artist

    Christopher Wool: The nihilist's artist
    A phrase looms large midway through the Art Institute's Christopher Wool retrospective: THE HARDER YOU LOOK THE HARDER YOU LOOK. Spelled out in the artist's signature style, bold black letters stenciled across a glossy white aluminum rectangle, this can...
  • South Africa's 'Born-Frees' head to polls without Apartheid memories

    South Africa's 'Born-Frees' head to polls without Apartheid memories
    When Nkululeko Simelane was born on April 27, 1994, her parents did not have to think twice about her name. Her birth coincided with South Africa's first multi-racial elections, the momentous day that ended three centuries of white domination and 46...
  • Thursday's Bulletin Board

    Thursday Artist Talk: Amy Gross, 6:30 p.m. at North Regional/Broward College Library, 1100 Coconut Creek Blvd., Coconut Creek. Free. Call 954-201-2600. Carfit Checkup, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue Station 27, 2610 SW 40th Ave.,...
  • Boca Raton Children's Museum runs out of money April 30

    Boca Raton Children's Museum runs out of money April 30
    The Boca Raton Children's Museum will run out of money to pay its staff April 30 — and museum officials are scrambling to find a way to keep the doors open. Penny Morey, president of the museum's board of directors, said Wednesday morning that...
  • Family-Friendly Exhibits

    Family-Friendly Exhibits
    STORYLAND: A TRIP THROUGH CHILDHOOD FAVORITES Through May 4. This traveling exhibit is a literacy adventure through childhood books that bring children and adults into the world of seven beloved picture books. Then see the stories come alive with...