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Today marks the start of National Poetry Month, the monthlong celebration of the verse inaugurated in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. The April initiative aims to highlight the legacy and achievements of America's poets, and is among the largest...
Tags: New York City, Mario Batali , Langston Hughes, Authors, Poetry
Orlando native Isai Jess Muņoz will be performing the role of "Goro" in the Orlando Philarmonic upcoming production of Puccini’s opera, Madama Butterfly. Muņoz has appeared with opera companies around the country, including The New York City...
“The Book of Mormon” and “Once,” Broadway musicals that dominated the two most recent Tony Awards, will come to Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa during the three-venue complex’s 2013-14 season. Bernadette Peters...
When it comes to creating compelling drama, fact-based films often have an advantage over the invented kind. But don't tell that to R.F.I. Porto, the writer of Washington sniper movie "Blue Caprice." The notion of adapting a real-life tale was something...
Staff writerThe NCAA men's basketball tournament will generate marathon viewing this weekend, but there are entertainment programs to savor and avoid. A few highlights: 1. AMC is not making the last two "Walking Dead" episodes available to critics as the zombie...
Dan Brown fans can get a look at the opening of his upcoming book, "Inferno," along with a free ebook of his breakthrough best-seller, "The Da Vinci Code," publisher Doubleday announced today. The digital two-fer, which marks the 10th anniversary of...
Tags: Ceremonies, Culture, Book, Dan Brown , Arts and Culture
Gold Standard writer Glenn Whipp is sweeping through all 24 Oscar categories this week, assessing the races, predicting the winners and helping you prevail in your Oscar pools. Earlier he looked at the short films, sound categories, visual crafts races,...
Alex Karpovsky plays one of the boys of "Girls," which will gear up for Season 3 shooting a couple of weeks after Season 2 ends March 17. Karpovsky is also an independent filmmaker, and his two latest films, the comedy "Red Flag" and thriller "Rubberneck,...
Tags: Entertainment, Celebrities, Music, Culture, Ethan Coen
Six Central Florida chefs and one restaurant are finalists in pretigious James Beard awards. Chefs Kathleen Blake of The Rusty Spoon in Orlando, Scott Hunnel of Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Brandon McGlamery of...
Tags: Ceremonies, Judges, Awards and Prizes, Culture, Justice System
Doubleday has announced that it will be giving away free e-books of Dan Brown's international bestseller "The Da Vinci Code" this week. The free digital download is offered in celebration of the novel's 10th anniversary (to readers only in the U.S. and...
Inevitably, our tastes change as we grow older. Most of the pop songs that once served as anthems are now exercises in nostalgia, calling up happy ghosts rather than anything new and urgent. The dense romantic adventure novel that we swore by in our teens...
Council of Fashion Designers of America president Diane von Furstenberg and CFDA chief executive Steven Kolb have announced the following nominees for the 2013 CFDA Fashion Awards: Womenswear Designer of the Year Alexander Wang Marc Jacobs Jack...
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