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  • Florida travel calendar for September

    Florida travel calendar for September
    Check out festivals and events in September across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida Including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County Sept. 4-6: Central Florida Film...
  • Vermilion owner Rohini Dey: What it's like to tape a reality show

     Vermilion owner Rohini Dey: What it's like to tape a reality show
    When Rohini Dey opened Vermilion in 2004, she wanted to bring the flavors of her childhood in India to River North — with a Latin twist. Enter dishes like lobster stewed with cloves, cardamom and chilies, and glowing reviews; even four years after...
  • Florida travel calendar for August

    Florida travel calendar for August
    Check out festivals and events in August across the state. View events this coming weekend, or view the whole month's offerings by region below. This list is organized by region. Central Florida: (Including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford,...
  • Michael Douglas' sensitive new role: promoting Jewish identity

    A conversation doesn't often meander from the life of ants to the Iranian nuclear negotiations, but Michael Douglas, newspapers scattered at his side, is busy these days selling a new Disney film and acting as an ambassador of sorts to promote Jewish...
  • It was Morocco's 'Argo' — but with drug smugglers making the film

    It was Morocco's 'Argo' — but with drug smugglers making the film
    There are parts of Scott Stevenson's time in the 1970s as a drug smuggler he'd like to forget. Especially toward the end of the run, when the operation led by his older brother began selling cocaine and things turned sinister. But the Downey native...
  • New Jason Isbell, old Bernard Fevre resonate on different wavelengths

    Jason Isbell, "Something More Than Free" (Southeastern Records). Amid the digitization of our musical past and present, it's easy enough to find honest rural voices. Browse, drag, drop and within moments the collected work of Townes Van Zandt, Lynyrd...
  • Feedback: What's Hollywood's problem with female directors?

    Feedback: What's Hollywood's problem with female directors?
    What's Hollywood's problem with female directors? Thanks to Rebecca Keegan for her journalistic prowess in covering a very real topic that most people just want to bury their heads in the sand about ["Women Set the Scene," June 28]. Sometimes I feel...
  • Review: An American classic is rescued by Kalmar, Grant Park Orchestra

    Review: An American classic is rescued by Kalmar, Grant Park Orchestra
    Squeezed between two blockbuster music events over the holiday weekend – the opening salvo of the Grateful Dead farewell tour at Soldier Field, and the annual Independence Day blowout at Millennium Park – the Grant Park Orchestra concert on...
  • 'Slow West' speeds up to a funny, exciting frontier gunfight

    Slow West Lionsgate, $19.98; Blu-ray, $24.99 Writer-director John Maclean's Western fable has a shaky first hour, trying too hard to be quirky and precious while telling the story of a dangerously naive Scottish immigrant (played by Kodi Smit-McPhee)...
  • Not a Comic-Con fan? Try Egyptian Theatre's 'Comma-Con' series

    Comic-Con International this week in San Diego is celebrating everything superhero, sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Meanwhile, the American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood is counterprogramming the convention with "Comma-Con," a veritable...
  • 'Blackfish' buyer Amy Entelis wants CNN to work even when news isn't breaking

    'Blackfish' buyer Amy Entelis wants CNN to work even when news isn't breaking
    As TV viewers find ever more ways to consume information, CNN has discovered it's tough for a cable news network to survive on news alone. So in 2012 CNN President Jeff Zucker enlisted Amy Entelis, a news executive who developed some of the top talent...