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  • Mary J. Blige bringing vulnerability and strength to Miami Beach

    Mary J. Blige bringing vulnerability and strength to Miami Beach

    Grammy-winning soul singer and hip-hop icon Mary J. Blige will perform Aug. 22 at the Fillmore Miami Beach, showcasing music from her new album, “Strength of a Woman.”

  • Rob Thomas is still dreaming

    Rob Thomas is still dreaming

    The Matchbox Twenty singer discusses balancing his band and solo careers. Matchbox Twenty will share a bill Wednesday night with Counting Crows in West Palm Beach.

  • Salt-N-Pepa perform at Marlins Park | Photos

    Salt-N-Pepa perform at Marlins Park | Photos

    Hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa performed at the Marlins game on Sunday, Aug. 13. The '90s trio also threw the first pitch at the Marlins vs. Colorado Rockies game. Their appearance was part of Pepsi's celebration and revival of its clear cola from the 1990s. The clear drink will be sold in stories for...

  • Upcoming concerts

    Upcoming concerts

    Coldplay, the Weeknd, Lorde, Katy Perry and other top acts are heading to South Florida.

  • This week on South Florida stages: 'The Mind Hacker' and 'The Good Thief'

    This week on South Florida stages: 'The Mind Hacker' and 'The Good Thief'

    Here’s what’s happening in South Florida theaters this week. “Shorts Gone Wild 5” Island City Stage, a Wilton Manors-based theater company that focuses on LGBT themes, is once again teaming up with Miami’s City Theatre for its popular short play festival. The performance features eight playlets...

  • Coyote vs. lionfish: Hear all about it at Parker Playhouse

    Coyote vs. lionfish: Hear all about it at Parker Playhouse

    YouTube star Coyote Peterson will bring stories of being bitten by lionfish, gila monsters and bees to Parker Playhouse on Sept. 23

  • Bold visions highlight '12 to See' at ArtServe

    Bold visions highlight '12 to See' at ArtServe

    Earlier this spring, Miami photographer Jennifer Veilleux brought her camera to the Blue Nile river on the northwestern edge of Ethiopia, home to a massive hydroelectric dam project that’s forcing the displacement of 1.5 million Ethiopians. One of those indigenous groups, the Gamuz people, is captured...

  • 'The Only Living Boy in NY' review: Bad writing makes this film DOA

    'The Only Living Boy in NY' review: Bad writing makes this film DOA

    It’s hard to know what to make of the protagonist of “The Only Living Boy in New York,” a dour but idealistic aspiring writer in his early 20s who, when he learns that his father is having an affair, embarks on his own ill-advised relationship with Dad’s 40-something mistress. Why on Earth would...

  • 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' review: Assassin meets boy scout; corpses ensue

    'The Hitman's Bodyguard' review: Assassin meets boy scout; corpses ensue

    Commercial moviemaking is often a matter of crossing your fingers and worrying about the same thing Gene Kelly did in “Singin’ in the Rain,” when, at the last minute, Monumental Pictures turned “The Dueling Cavalier” into a musical. “You think it’ll get by?” Kelly wondered. Are movie stars enough...

  • 'Good Time' review: The crook (a thief), his life and his brother

    'Good Time' review: The crook (a thief), his life and his brother

    The most legitimately divisive movie of the moment, right alongside (and more urgent than) “Detroit,” the unnerving crime thriller “Good Time” moves like a streak, barely able to keep up with its characters. The reckless, selfish, charismatic man at its core, Constantine “Connie” Nikas, is a small-time...

  • 'Ingrid Goes West' review: Aubrey Plaza embodies true horror story for our digital times

    'Ingrid Goes West' review: Aubrey Plaza embodies true horror story for our digital times

    No film has yet captured both the lure and the psychosis of social media quite like "Ingrid Goes West," a dark comedy — or is it a warning? — about a lonely soul who seeks connection and finds it, unfortunately for everyone in her orbit, on Instagram. This is the real "Emoji Movie," a true horror...

  • Freebie Friday: Make free pinhole projector to watch eclipse; get $10 off $10 coupon at JC Penney

    Freebie Friday: Make free pinhole projector to watch eclipse; get $10 off $10 coupon at JC Penney

    It's Freebie Friday! In preparation for the Great American Eclipse on Monday, many people are looking for solar glasses to watch the big event. Fuggedaboutit! Stores are sold out. Instead, make a free pinhole projector in five easy steps. Or, grab that colander from the kitchen! I've rounded up ...

  • Free salad at Pei Wei Asian Diner

    Free salad at Pei Wei Asian Diner

    Get a free salad bowl at Pei Wei valued at up to $9 with purchase. Visit the Pei Wei Facebook to get a coupon good for a free small or regular salad bowl when you buy one. Print it show on your smartphone at participating locations. A Spicy Polynesian Poke Bowl has been added to menus. Other choices...

  • Solar eclipse special: All-you-can-eat 'Mooncakes' at Denny's on Monday

    Solar eclipse special: All-you-can-eat 'Mooncakes' at Denny's on Monday

    There will be a delicious solar eclipse at Denny's  when the chain serves unlimited "Mooncakes" on Aug. 21. As the frenzy over the Great American Eclipse builds, the restaurant chain will offer all-you-can eat Mooncakes -- known every other day of the year as buttermilk pancakes --  for just $4,...

  • Free $10 bonus at Starbucks

    Free $10 bonus at Starbucks

    Double your money at Sturbucks with a free $10 bonus from Visa Checkout. If you don't already have it, download the free Starbucks app and create an account. Then, add $10 to the app using Visa Checkout to get the free $10 bonus. Use the Starbucks app to pay in coffee shops. Visa Checkout eliminates...

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