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  • Award-winning musical 'Seasons' to be performed at Moonlight Players Theatre

    Award-winning musical 'Seasons' to be performed at Moonlight Players Theatre
    CLERMONT — As a special presentation, the award-winning original musical "Seasons" will be performed three times at the Moonlight Players Theater. Opening at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17, "Seasons" is the story of how life can interfere with our plans....
  • TSA administrator to retire after four years at helm

    TSA administrator to retire after four years at helm
    The longest-serving head of the Transportation Security Administration will retire in December after 4 1/2 years leading the agency. John S. Pistole joined the TSA, which oversees passenger safety on airlines, trains and mass transit nationwide, after...
  • 'Birdman' soars feathered and unfettered

    In "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)," Michael Keaton is something of a cross between an aging Icarus and the emperor with no clothes — metaphorical until the tighty-whitey Times Square streak. As a latter-day celluloid superhero...
  • 'The Golden Era' a 'Reds'-like tale of Chinese novelist Xiao Hong

    'The Golden Era' a 'Reds'-like tale of Chinese novelist Xiao Hong
    With its politically charged milieu, stormy love story and focus on intellectual circles, the biographical drama "The Golden Era" brings to mind "Reds" — although compared with Warren Beatty's grand-scale portrait of American leftists, Hong Kong's...
  • Studio 54 -- the era, the memories, return

    "AMERICA IS the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between." -- Oscar Wilde SPEAKING OF decadence, that word has been used and overused, but perhaps not without cause in the fabulous 1970s. From 1973 to 1983,...
  • Your Saturday in H.B.: Bull-riding contest at the beach

    Huntington Beach is home to many surfing and volleyball tournaments, but for one day this weekend, it will host a bull-riding competition. The Professional Bull Riders organization is bringing 15 top riders and bulls to Huntington City Beach off...
  • Homewood Suites opens in Midtown Manhattan

    Homewood Suites opens in Midtown Manhattan
    Homewood Suites by Hilton recently added the first New York City property to its portfolio of more than 350 all-suite extended-stay hotels. Conveniently located three blocks from Times Square, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, the new 22-story, 293-...
  • Can Shonda Rhimes save Hollywood?

    "I HAVE NEVER CONSIDERED THAT when men have gained their liberty they have the right to live in idleness and create disorder," wrote Francois Dominique Toussaint-L'Ouverture back in the 1700s. So there is a price we all pay for overthrowing existing...
  • Broward tourism officials want more Millennials to visit in 2015

    Broward tourism officials want more Millennials to visit in 2015
    As Broward County closes in on a record 14 million visitors this year, tourism officials Thursday revealed new marketing plans and tools aimed at attracting at least a million more tourists in 2015. Among them, a new campaign to capture a bigger share...
  • Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas are ready for action in 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'

    Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas are ready for action in 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'
    Before our interview can begin, “Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead” costars Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas press their heads together and grin. It’s the sort of bond that can be forged only while fighting Nazi zombies in Iceland. DeBoer (a...
  • In 'Birdman,' Alejandro G. Inarritu takes his doubts and lets them fly

    NEW YORK — About two years ago, Alejandro G. Iñárritu was contemplating his next film when he found himself at a crossroads. The Mexican-born director had gone from the upstart status of his early career, with such films as the kinetic "Amores...