| Oct 16, 2014
| 8:30 PM
"On the Town" is back on Broadway, and whaddya know, it's still a helluva show. Helmer John Rando (who directed the musical at Barrington Stage last year) has given the kid-glove treatment to this 1944 musical salute to New York, fabled for its glorious score composed by Leonard Bernstein with lyrics and book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Joshua Bergasse's choreography, classic in design and elegant in form, pays its respects to Jerome Robbins' groundbreaking choreography, and although the young and vital cast is light on acting chops, the dancing is sensational.
| Oct 17, 2014
| 7:56 AM
By Patricia Reaney
NEW YORK, Oct 17 (Reuters) - "On The Town" is back on
Broadway, 70 years after its debut, in a revival that critics
hail as "fizzy and frisky" and a "helluva show."
The musical, with opened on Thursday complete with a
| Oct 6, 2014
"We must as Americans do a better job of loving one another."
Ron Davis spoke those words last week after Michael Dunn, the killer of his 17-year-old son, was convicted of first-degree murder.
The grieving father couldn't be more right.
| Oct 2, 2014
| 2:28 PM
A University of Central Florida expert on electric eels is sharing his knowledge on National Geographic Channel's "Monster Fish."
UCF zoologist William Crampton serves as guide in an episode called "Amazon Shocker" that airs at 8 p.m. Friday....
| Sep 20, 2014
| 8:06 PM
About 14,000 years ago, modern humans roamed to South Florida and lived side by side with mammoths, mastodons and saber-tooth tigers.
That, at least, is what Florida Atlantic University scientists hope to prove by analyzing ancient DNA found at an...