Movie Reviews

Netflix's 'Rebecca' Adaptation Is All Ambiance, No Menace

MOVIES: Do its saturated colors, posh 1930s couture and balmy vistas do justice to the new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's exquisitely written novel, "Rebecca" now out on Netflix? Find out what our movie critic Ruben Rosario has to say.

Arts at Large

The First Virtual Daniel Lewis Dance Sampler

DANCE: On Friday, Oct. 23, The Daniel Lewis Dance Sampler kicks-off the Florida dance season with an introduction to what's in store for South Florida dance throughout the rest of the year. Cameron Basden has a preview.

Editors Picks

Frost Music Live's Special Lineup Closes Out October

MUSIC: It's a hit! Frost Music Live continues its streaming series with a special concert Tuesday night with Frost Superband. Frost Music Live closes out October with some spectacular free online experiences.

Lights Up On Stage

Karen Peterson and Dancers Celebrate Milestone This Weekend

DANCE: For 30 years, Karen Peterson has built a company where there are no barriers and now her company is one of the foremost physical integrated dance companies in the United States. Diana Dunbar has the story.

Editors Picks

Original Play Sends Message About Vote For Change

THEATER: Playwright William Springs says this was a story he had to tell and the time was now. "I Elect" is a theater on film piece leading up to one a turning point in history. Now! Charlotte Libov has the story.

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