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Most adults are familiar with the story of “The Phantom of the Opera”: the disfigured masked man lurking in the Paris opera house threatening a famous lyric singer in favor of giving the coveted role of Marguerite in “Faustȁ...
“Are we ever gonna be better than this?” Cole Carter (Zac Efron) entreats his hyped, pulsating crowd. “We Are Your Friends,” directed by Max Joseph, isn’t quite sure of the answer to that question. But, as an audience, y...
In “Diary of a Teenage Girl,” a bell-bottomed California 15-year-old girl comes of age in 1970s San Francisco. She documents the transition she’s been craving, narrating into a tape recorder her eager plunge into sex and adulthood, ...
For years, one of the most important pieces of the city’s public art collection sat nestled among garbage bins and delivery trucks at the end of a park access road.
LOS ANGELES – Joy Behar is returning to “The View” as a co-host, part of an overhauled panel that also will include newcomers Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris.
Cuban-inspired recording group Gente De Zona will be the opening act at the Hispanic Heritage Concert, Oct. 11 at Coachman Park in Clearwater.
Marred by dark, dank spaces and unlovingly constructed from large concrete slabs, parking garages have long been the bane of city planners looking to beautify urban areas.
Veteran journalist Mary Shedden has been named news director at WUSF Public Media.
Jon Stewart fans have been waiting in anticipation to see what his next “Moment of Zen” would entail.
The Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg has appointed a new chief curator.