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  • What's coming to local art houses in 2015

    What's coming to local art houses in 2015
    Heading into the new year, the local art house scene is as wide-ranging as ever. Offering an alternative to massive studio pictures, the lineup features small indies, old-school classics, documentaries and foreign films. Here's a quick look at some offerings that caught my eye.
  • Kristin Andreassen Reclaims Her Solo Career, With Ferocity

    Kristin Andreassen Reclaims Her Solo Career, With Ferocity
    Inside most musicians, there's a struggle between two competing forces: the desire to make music with others, and the need to be alone. Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Kristin Andreassen — whose first solo album in nine years, "Gondolier,"...

    Hollywood's ruler's, past and present -- Louis B. Mayer and ... Harvey Levin?!

    "SADLY, a great swathe of the public has very negative views on my great-uncle Louis B. Mayer." I received this from Alicia Mayer, in response to my referring to LB as a "monstrous dictator." Alicia urged me to read Scott Eyman's "Lion in Hollywood --...

    Orlando Fringe review: 'Fire in the Meth Lab'

    Orlando Fringe review: 'Fire in the Meth Lab'
    Australian Jon Bennett goes for broke in "Fire in the Meth Lab." I mean, turning on your own brother by writing a show about your his bullying, his meth addiction and his arrest? When you know he doesn't want you to do it? And then playing it for laughs?...

    Back to 'Oz' with extra tunes by Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Back to 'Oz' with extra tunes by Andrew Lloyd Webber
    The strange journey of Dorothy, courtesy of a tornado, from Kansas to Oz was so indelibly committed to celluloid in 1939 that it might seem unnecessary — even a little sacrilegious — to transform the MGM classic into a stage show. But...