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  • Kyle Chandler fishing in new streams with 'Bloodline'

    Kyle Chandler fishing in new streams with 'Bloodline'
    Kyle Chandler is trying to figure out the game plan.
  • Sissy Spacek adjusting to intensity of work on Netflix's 'Bloodline'

    Sissy Spacek adjusting to intensity of work on Netflix's 'Bloodline'
    Sissy Spacek remembers the kaleidoscope of emotions she felt when she earned her first lead actress Oscar nomination as the tormented telekinetic teen in Brian De Palma's 1976 horror film, "Carrie." "I was so excited when I got nominated," said Spacek....

    Best bets for April 15

    Best bets for April 15
    Music Miss YaYa: The Grammy-nominated lead singer of salsa group Dark Latin Groove takes time out for a solo show. The bilingual indie artist combines dance music with R&B, Latin, tropical, pop, urban and electronica sounds. 7 p.m., Grand Central, 697...

    Sam Shepard's 'Buried Child' rises in West Palm Beach

    Sam Shepard's 'Buried Child' rises in West Palm Beach
    A decrepit and decayed mist hangs over "Buried Child" at Palm Beach Dramaworks in West Palm Beach. You can sense it even before the Pulitzer Prize-winning Sam Shepard play starts in earnest. Even before the house lights dim in the theater, Dodge (Rob...

    Clicking and Streaming: Netflix Original Series 'Bloodline' brings Faulknerian modernism to television

    Clicking and Streaming: Netflix Original Series 'Bloodline' brings Faulknerian modernism to television
    So many people called "The Wire" Dickensian that David Simon incorporated a joke about it into the show’s final season. And, although Simon’s show could equally well be termed Balzacian, Zolaesque, or even Goncourtian, the point holds: "The...