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The Arts

Movie Review: “1945” is Visually Lush, Morally Sound
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Movie Review: “1945” is Visually Lush, Morally Sound

From its opening seconds, “1945” is the sort of film that sets art-house hearts aflutter. It’s in a foreign language (Hungarian, mostly), it’s shot in black-and-white, and it’s a sober-minded Holocaust morality tale from a director who cares as much about form as content. On the surface, it hits all the bases as a movie […]
Podcast: From the Heart
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Podcast: From the Heart

John and Adrianne Lipscomb are an unlikely pair. He is from a prominent St. Louis society family; she was born addicted to heroin and removed from her parents as an infant. They grew up on opposite sides of the track, but those sides somehow converged—and became a whole new rail line. This Valentine’s Day, our […]
Max Weinberg Brings ‘Jukebox’ to Delray Beach
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Max Weinberg Brings ‘Jukebox’ to Delray Beach

So where has Max Weinberg—the deadpan comic foil to, and bandleader for, Conan O’Brien for 17 years on late-night television—been the past few years? Weinberg didn’t follow the animated funnyman to his TBS post in 2010, but he’s many drum fills away from retirement. Weinberg continues to tour as percussionist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street […]
Nature, Identity Dominate Art & Culture Center’s “Exposed”
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Nature, Identity Dominate Art & Culture Center’s “Exposed”

“Exposed,” the Art & Culture Center’s 10th group exhibition and fundraiser, is no longer known by its old moniker, “Abracadabra.” But the same sense of curatorial magic remains, and the challenge of mounting 100 artworks in a single gallery is no less daunting. Renamed “Exposed” to reflect the exposure of artists to collectors and vice […]