COMEDY: Although he has skewered both sides of the aisle, Broward County native Randy Rainbow found his voice lampooning the current resident of the Oval Office. Now the New York cabaret talent comes to Miami's The Fillmore. Charlotte Libov talks to Mr. Rainbow.
ART: It's the chance to see world renowned, Miami-based artist Mira Lehr's works. An exhibit opens that will remain through Art Basel at the Jewish Museum. Jan Engoren has the interview.
THEATER: In 1996, Eve Ensler wrote "The Vagina Monologues." The play seems more relevant than ever and it is being performed in Aventura and Boca Raton this weekend. Marvin Glassman interviews actress Sharyn Peoples.
MUSIC: When conductor Michael Tilson Thomas lifts his baton on Saturday night, Oct. 12, on the podium of the New World Center, he will not only be kicking off the orchestral academy's 32nd season for those seated in the concert hall, but he will be marking the orchestral academy's 100th Wallcast. Charlotte Libov has the story.
FILM FESTIVAL: Iconic Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar's "Pain and Glory" starring Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz opens Miami Dade College's Miami Film Festival's Gems 2019. See what else is in the lineup.
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