Yes, the "world's largest idea fest" is back, and so's the voting, aka "market validation." After a huge revamp sparked by (see what we did there) headline-making trials and tribulations, the event, …
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In the way back of 1989, at the invitation (and tireless coordination) of teacher Irving Zucker, Keith Haring and nearly 500 Chicago Public Schools students collaborated on …
State arts funding decimated by legislature
At a young 57 years old, Japanese director Takashi Miike already has an astonishing 104 films to his credit, most of them feature-length. Even more surprising is how good most of them are. A man of …
The brainchild of former Ringling Brothers ringmaster, Kevin Venardos, the (animal-free) circus returns to the First Coast for high-flying, Broadway-inflected fun.
We like to imagine that a composer battle would be something like a duel between a rapper and a thaumaturge (lots of posturing, threats and obscure-yet-specific insults).
With more than 100 local and nationally known artists participating, it's the perfect place to consider a new piece for over the mantle.
Growing up, Peaches Christ was "a little creative dictator" and, judging from her films like and not much has changed.
In a recent interview, Miller observed about Nancy Pelosi, "She always looks like she's watching the docking of the Hindenburg."