Movie Reviews

'Princess,' 'Black Phone' Aim to Satisfy Genre Cravings

MOVIES: They aren't firecrackers, but two new releases just in time for the Fourth of July weekend, invite viewers to turn off their brains for a couple of hours. film critic Ruben Rosario has reviews of "The Princess" and "The Black Phone."

Arts at Large

Fireworks for the Fourth: Where To See Them

FIREWORKS: Where to see the fireworks in Miami-Dade County cities this year.

Editors Picks

What's Happening: Enjoy Local Arts

WHAT'S HAPPENING:What's happening in the Magic City? has the list.

Lights Up On Stage

From Virtual Reading to Film and Now to World Premiere Play

THEATER: When started as an entry into an Arsht Center play-reading series during COVID now is a world premiere play. "Borrowed" opens in The Game Room at Miami Ironside. Charlotte Libov has the preview.

Feature News

Looking for a Good Summer Read? Get 'The Guncle'

BOOKS: Steven Rowley's "The Guncle" will join his other bestsellers, "Lily and the Octopus" and "The Editor" as one of those 'oh, you have to read this' books. Jo Manning has the review.

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