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  • Weekend preview: Miami Book Fair turns up the music

    Weekend preview: Miami Book Fair turns up the music
    This may be the weekend when life in South Florida is at its zenith: Not only do we get to blithely dismiss “the polar who-tex?” but we get to throw a little big-city culture around as the world’s great authors gather at the hearth of the Miami Book Fair (we’d wear tweed this weekend if we owned any) and Art Basel is still in the dreamy near-future instead of the frustrating, restaurant-clogging present.
  • Rapper Tiny Doo charged; his album 'promoted' shootings, D.A. says

    Rapper Tiny Doo charged; his album 'promoted' shootings, D.A. says
    Among the 15 suspected San Diego street-gang members charged in a string of shootings is Brandon Duncan, an aspiring rap singer. Duncan, 33, who raps under the name Tiny Doo, is not accused of providing the guns or being present at the nine shootings...

    Halloween: The 10 sexiest horror films

    The tingle in the air can only mean that fright night is here once more. In honor of Halloween, we are delving into the pulse-pounding realm of dark romance. Sex and death have long been intertwined in the world of horror movies, with everyone from...

    'Pulp Fiction' at 20: What Makes it the Coolest Film of the '90s

    Like a shot of adrenaline to the heart, "Pulp Fiction" changed the movie landscape when it opened on October 14, 1994. Quentin Tarantino's ode to crime and pop-culture was a bold new cinematic vision in a decade that badly needed one. Before "Pulp...

    What would legendary drummers think of 'Whiplash'?

    What would legendary drummers think of 'Whiplash'?
    You could take the torment from an ultra-demanding teacher and file it away somewhere in your memory, never to be heard from again outside of nightmares. Or you could do what Damien Chazelle did, using the high school jazz conductor who made his life as...