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  • 'Cold in July' with Michael C. Hall and Don Johnson heats up new trailer

    'Cold in July' with Michael C. Hall and Don Johnson heats up new trailer
    Don't get confused, but "July" will be coming early with the release of the crime thriller "Cold in July" on May 23. IFC Films just released a trailer for the film. The retro-flavored movie was one of many genre-twisting entries to emerge from this...
  • YogaFest gets a foothold

    YogaFest gets a foothold
    If you're looking to stretch your yoga practice, YogaFest is Saturday. Every two hours will bring a new slate of South Florida instructors. Music, food and wellness booths will create a festival vibe, said YogaFest co-director Kelly Brookbank. The...
  • Fun things to do this weekend: A festival, a rodeo and a popular Policeman

    Fun things to do this weekend: A festival, a rodeo and a popular Policeman
     Looking for something to do this weekend? There's plenty to choose from around the region, but we will make a few suggestions:  The International Children's Festival will be at Mill Point Park in Hampton on Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The festival...
  • Antonio Fins: Tortuga Festival a hit, but message must be stronger

    Other than Sunday's rains, this year's Tortuga Music Festival was a hit. Big crowds, booked hotel rooms and great performances. Yes, by many measures, it was a success — except one. The 2014 Tortuga Music Festival fell short of raising the bar...
  • Cannes 2014: When choosing films, festival follows its own formula

    The Cannes Film Festival can certainly welcome, and boost, movies that aim to be Academy Awards players — the festival has premiered at least one best picture nominee in four of the last five years, including "Nebraska" in 2013. But as it made...
  • Glass half empty for Germany's proud beer industry

    Glass half empty for Germany's proud beer industry
    FREISING, Germany — Behind the pale yellow walls of a former Benedictine monastery on a wooded hill near Munich, the master brewers of Weihenstephan are still perfecting their art after nearly 1,000 years of making beer. Since Saint Corbinian...
  • Coachella festival-goer dies of suspected overdose

    Coachella festival-goer dies of suspected overdose
    Before the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival kicked off on Friday, Indio police were investigating a death connected to last weekend’s festivities. The Riverside County sheriff-coroner called it the result of an apparent...
  • Women play second fiddle at summer music festivals like Coachella

     Women play second fiddle at summer music festivals like Coachella
    INDIO, Calif. — Dee Dee Penny, lead singer of the Dum Dum Girls, is no stranger to performing at giant summer musical events. At the first of the two-weekend Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival events last Friday, her retro-rock act played...
  • Girl Talk conquers Coachella

    PITTSBURGH Any question of whether Girl Talk is still a force in the live music scene was clarified last weekend in the desert of Indio, Calif. This wasn't the first time the Pittsburgh-based electronic artist did Coachella, but it was his biggest...
  • Music films hit distinct note at annual Tribeca Film Festival

    By Chris Michaud NEW YORK, April 18 (Reuters) - Music and movies played together even before sound revolutionized film during its infancy, and so it is at the Tribeca Film Festival where the documentary lineup is heavy on musical subjects, from hip hop...
  • Avon Library To Hold Book Festival Focusing On Local Authors

    Avon Library To Hold Book Festival Focusing On Local Authors
    AVON — The Avon Free Public Library is offering a series this summer highlighting Connecticut authors. The series will include three major events and several smaller ones focusing on different genres. Tina Panik, adult services and reference...