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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...
  • 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...
  • Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours

    Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours
    Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices, check websites for details and restrictions: ADVENTURE ISLAND: Florida residents can purchase a "Weekday Pass" online for unlimited visits Mondays-Fridays through Sept. 7. $49 adults, $45 ages...
  • Going solo at Disneyland helps the imagination go wild

    Going solo at Disneyland helps the imagination go wild
    The Disneyland employee — "cast member" in park parlance — caught me by surprise. "You look really lonely," she said. "I'm sorry?" I said. I was alone, but I wasn't lonely, and now I was concerned: What does lonely look like? I had...
  • 'Rubble Kings' traces origin of hip-hop in the Bronx

    'Rubble Kings' traces origin of hip-hop in the Bronx
    It's easy, when watching "Rubble Kings," the new documentary from director Shan Nicholson and narrated by John Leguizamo, to ask yourself, "What does this have to do with hip-hop?" The answer is "everything." Nicholson tells the story of the social...
  • 'The Third Man' review: Restored classic still causes chills

     'The Third Man' review: Restored classic still causes chills
    Everybody has a different experience with "The Third Man," just as each postwar Vienna denizen who knew Harry Lime had a blinkered impression of the ruthless black-market entrepreneur at the story's hidden center. Director Carol Reed's 1949 film is...
  • 'Men in War' review: A lean, spare account

     'Men in War' review: A lean, spare account
    Featuring Robert Ryan at his finest, as a platoon leader confronted by snipers, land mines, artillery fire and an inner sense of doubt, director Anthony Mann's "Men in War" (1957) is being screened in a 16 millimeter print Wednesday at Doc Films. It's a...
  • 'Jimmy's Hall' is a subdued story of Irish activist Jimmy Gralton

     'Jimmy's Hall' is a subdued story of Irish activist Jimmy Gralton
    There's a striking juxtaposition in the opening moments of "Jimmy's Hall" between a zippy, black-and-white montage of Jazz Age New York, vibrant and rollicking, and the hushed green hills of Ireland's County Leitrim. That shift encapsulates the...
  • 'The Little Death' review: Fetish fables

    'The Little Death' review: Fetish fables
    I come to praise the portmanteau. Anthologies, omnibuses, whatever you want to call them: Those cinematic conglomerations of disconnected or slightly interwoven stories are what I'm talking about. As a storytelling tradition, it stretches back beyond...
  • 'Veep' actor Timothy Simons is wonderfully normal

    'Veep' actor Timothy Simons is wonderfully normal
    The cast of HBO's "Veep" portrays a group of demented Washington, D.C., political hacks, and while I know these are actors playing monsters in an absurdist comedy of errors, the moment I see someone on a talk show and he or she comes across as a normal...