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  • PASSINGS: Jack Brabham, Radu Florescu

    Jack Brabham, 88, the three-time Formula One champion who famously pushed his car to the finish line to claim his first season title, died Monday at his home on Australia's Gold Coast. His family announced his death but did not state the cause. The...
  • Irish theater festival staged in Delray Beach

    Irish theater festival staged in Delray Beach
    Irish theater is coming to Delray Beach. The 21st Acting Irish International Theatre Festival will be staged Tuesday, May 20 through Saturday, May 24, ¬†at Arts Garage. “We have a lot of people coming into town,” says Dennis Holmes, the...
  • NBC Cancels 'Dracula'; 'Parenthood' Moves Closer to Renewal

    NBC has driven a stake in "Dracula," canceling the drama series after one season. Meanwhile, talks with reps for actors on "Parenthood" are said to be moving in a positive direction after tense wrangling during the past two days. "Dracula" had an initial...
  • 'The Pianist' Composer Wojciech Kilar Dies at 81

    Wojciech Kilar, a Polish pianist and composer of classical music and scores for many films, including Roman Polanski's Oscar-winning "The Pianist" and Francis Ford Coppola's "Bram Stoker's Dracula," died Sunday. He was 81. The composer died in his...
  • Paul Salamunovich, respected choral conductor, dies at 86

    Paul Salamunovich, respected choral conductor, dies at 86
    Paul Salamunovich, the widely respected choral conductor who led the Los Angeles Master Chorale for 10 years, died on Thursday. He was 86 and was suffering from multiple health complications due to West Nile virus. Salamunovich served as music...
  • A look at the magicians of cinema

    From its earliest days, cinema has borrowed heavily from the world of magic. Illusion, after all, is part of the moviegoing experience — the phrase "the magic of movies" is both literally and figuratively true. This week the Academy of Motion...
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor and composer Tom Waits was born in Pomona, Calif., on this date in 1949. This birthday guy earned an Oscar nomination for his score of the 1982 film "One from the Heart." He's also won Grammy awards for his albums "Bone Machine" and...
  • Kinetic Theory fosters young circus strengths in 'Dracula'

    Kinetic Theory fosters young circus strengths in 'Dracula'
    Kinetic Theory's theatrical take on Bram Stoker's "Dracula" brings the story a uniquely fitting supernatural flair. Dracula ascends a rope upside down. Vampire brides fold into hyper-extended balls and roll eerily toward the audience. Vampire hunters,...
  • TV Review: NBC's 'Dracula' Doesn't Suck

    Concocting some playful twists on the well-worn Dracula mythology, NBC's international version of Bram Stoker's bloodsucker transforms him into a revenge-seeking schemer -- someone with a "Death Wish" in more ways than one, waging war against a shadowy...
  • Vampires of New England at New London's Garde Arts Center

    Vampires of New England at New London's Garde Arts Center
    Fans of vampires (real ones, not that sparkly BS), literature and Halloween should take notice of what the Garde Arts Center is doing on Oct. 27. The Center and Historic Haunts present Vampires of New England & Dacre Stoker on Stoker. Yes, that Stoker....
  • NBC's 'Dracula' aims for a sexy revamp with Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    NBC's 'Dracula' aims for a sexy revamp with Jonathan Rhys Meyers
    This is not your great-great grandfather's Dracula. It's NBC's — and that means in this lush, re-imagined world, the mysterious count made famous in Bram Stoker's 1897 classic now has washboard abs, is posing as an American (vampire) in London,...