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  • REVIEW: 'One Came Home' at Lifeline Theatre

     REVIEW: 'One Came Home' at Lifeline Theatre
    Amy Timberlake's "One Came Home" has a distinct whiff of "True Grit" in its bones, with a dash of Ian McEwan's "Atonement." But in Lifeline Theatre's world premiere adaptation by Jessica Wright Buha, the story of Georgie Burkhardt's search in 1871...
  • Joe Henry, Sam Phillips showcase smart songwriting at Largo

    Joe Henry, Sam Phillips showcase smart songwriting at Largo
    Singer and songwriter Joe Henry referenced a coincidence Saturday during the show he shared at Largo at the Coronet with another L.A.-based musician and artist, Sam Phillips. The show shared the same day as the 50th anniversary of the assassination of...
  • Review: Royal Indian in Casselberry lives up to name

    Review: Royal Indian in Casselberry lives up to name
    Royal Indian Cuisine is a humble eatery that lives up to its regal name. The plain exterior of the Casselberry restaurant gives little hint to the refined cuisine that comes from the kitchen or how the dining room is nicely appointed at dinner time....
  • Review: Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg & Anne McDermott at the Bach Festival

     Review: Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg & Anne McDermott at the Bach Festival
    Things got off to a lovely start at Sunday's Bach Festival concert featuring violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and pianist Anne-Marie McDermott. There was a beguiling tentativeness to Salerno-Sonnenberg's playing as her violin gently introduced the...
  • Movie review: Don't see this documentary on an empty stomach

    You may see better, more Oscar-worthy documentaries this year. But you will never see one more mouth watering than "Deli Man," Erik Greenberg Anjou's look at the dying dietary tradition of America's Jewish delicatessens. It's a playful and tasty crash...
  • Movie review: Stiles and child are menaced by Colombian ghosts in �Out of the Dark�

    There's something chilling about thrillers that put a child in jeopardy. And from the minute we meet Hannah (Pixie Davies) in "Out of the Dark," she's being menaced. Her parents (Julia Stiles and Scott Speedman) have just moved with her from London to...
  • Review: Bach Choir Family Concert blended music, dance, images

    Sunday's Bach Choir Family Concert was awash in musical and visual imagery. Vivid paintings of Impressionistic water lilies and colorful undersea scenes flashed on a screen behind the Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra, while 23 students from...
  • 'Bosch' has a solid hold on the thin blue line

    'Bosch' has a solid hold on the thin blue line
    There's a great deal of marketing synergy propelling Amazon's first hourlong drama series "Bosch," which debuts on Friday. "Bosch" refers to Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch, Michael Connelly's internationally famous fictional detective, a perfect fit for...
  • Movie review: 'Fifty Shades' beats the book � but so what?

    OK, let's just do this thing: "Fifty Shades of Grey" the movie, for the record, is not quite as bad as "Fifty Shades of Grey" the book. But that's not saying much. Is it a good movie? No. Is Dakota Johnson's performance better than it seems to be in the...
  • 'Shadows' treats vampires with a light, bright touch

     'Shadows' treats vampires with a light, bright touch
    Just when it looked like the vampire genre had been bled dry, along comes the insanely inspired horror-satire "What We Do in the Shadows" to give it fresh bite. Taking the form of a faux documentary in the Christopher Guest tradition, the frequently...
  • 'Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine' adds insight to tragedy

    'Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine' adds insight to tragedy
    Some viewers might approach the documentary "Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine" with a bit of trepidation. Those of us who recall the tragedy from 1998 will wonder if the film merely recounts a story we already know. The case of Shepard, the 21-year-...