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  • South Florida Oktoberfest guide

    South Florida Oktoberfest guide

    Grab your stein! Come celebrate Oktoberfest at these South Florida locations. From contests to live music, attractions and, of course, lots of beer, we're sure you'll have a good time at these.

  • Now Open: Brass Tap Craft Beer Bar in Fort Lauderdale

    Now Open: Brass Tap Craft Beer Bar in Fort Lauderdale

    Brass Tap brews its own beers, making it the first of its kind in Fort Lauderdale. It offers 70 craft beers on draft.

  • 2015 fall beer favorites

    2015 fall beer favorites

    From Pumpkin Ale at Due South Brewing to Sweet Potato Casserole Strong Ale at Funky Buddha Brewery, we pick out our favorite fall beers.

  • 'Endgame' review: Predictable chess drama

    'Endgame' review: Predictable chess drama

    The latest in what seems like a recent spate of chess movies, "Endgame" stars Rico Rodriguez (Manny on TV's "Modern Family") as José Perez, a Texas middle-schooler with age-old problems. The otherwise congenial film plays itself to a draw because of flat characters and a script that overdoes the...

  • 'Pan' review: Grim, bizarre prequel

    'Pan' review: Grim, bizarre prequel

    In "Pan," young Peter learns he can fly in the grimmest possible context, as he plummets to his presumptive death after being kicked, viciously, off a plank hundreds of feet above a rock quarry. In the new film directed by Joe Wright, Neverland lies high above the clouds as usual, but much of its...

  • 'Time Out of Mind' review: High on style, low on story

    'Time Out of Mind' review: High on style, low on story

    Acclaimed writer-director Oren Moverman has used the goodwill he amassed with such films as "The Messenger" and "Rampart" to assemble an all-star cast for the homelessness drama "Time Out of Mind." Richard Gere stars as George Hammond, a man down and out on the streets of New York, with Jena Malone...

  • 'Yakuza Apocalypse' review: Genre mash-up flounders

    'Yakuza Apocalypse' review: Genre mash-up flounders

    The road home is a downhill slide for Nipponese genre kingpin Takashi Miike. A supposed "return to origins," his vampire-gangster action-comedy "Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld" is a lazily executed dud padded out with infantile pranks, shambolic plot turns and knockabout action....