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  • Rick Springfield in a flash

    Rick Springfield in a flash

    The actor-musician talks about his new movie with Meryl Streep and the tour he's bringing to Hard Rock Live.

  • Donavon Frankenreiter gets real

    Donavon Frankenreiter gets real

    For his latest album, 'The Heart,' the singer, songwriter and professional surfer found his muse in an emotionally rocky interior terrain far from the sunny good times of the beach.

  • Theatre of pain: Mötley Crüe says goodbye

    Theatre of pain: Mötley Crüe says goodbye

    The former bad boys of hair metal stare down old age and retirement on a farewell tour that will arrive Sept. 2 in Miami.

  • Ticket alert: The Weeknd tour coming to Miami

    Ticket alert: The Weeknd tour coming to Miami

    Tickets go on sale Aug. 28 for Dec. 19 show at AmericanAirlines Arena.

  • 'A Walk in the Woods' review: Mild men Redford, Nolte take a hike

    'A Walk in the Woods' review: Mild men Redford, Nolte take a hike

    In the wake of "Wild," in which Reese Witherspoon's version of Cheryl Strayed hiked the Pacific Crest Trail and reckoned with her demons, we now have "Mild," better known as "A Walk in the Woods." It stars Robert Redford and Nick Nolte as travel writer Bill Bryson and his buddy, fictionalized by...

  • 'She's Funny That Way' review: Not quite funny enough

    'She's Funny That Way' review: Not quite funny enough

    Screwball comedy was already a retro affair when Peter Bogdanovich mastered it in 1972 with "What's Up, Doc?"

  • 'Listen to Me Marlon' presents a candid, introspective Brando

    'Listen to Me Marlon' presents a candid, introspective Brando

    Even in a summer that's focused on creativity, with exceptional documentaries like "Amy" on Amy Winehouse and "What Happened, Miss Simone?" on Nina Simone, "Listen to Me Marlon" stands out. Autobiographical in nature, unconventional in structure, this is the story of Marlon Brando not as the world...

  • 'Learning to Drive' review: Subtle performances from Clarkson, Kingsley

    'Learning to Drive' review: Subtle performances from Clarkson, Kingsley

    "Learning to Drive," not to be confused with the Corey Haim/Corey Feldman vehicle "License to Drive," comes from an autobiographical 2002 New Yorker article by essayist Katha Pollitt. In the magazine piece, later published in a Pollitt collection of stories, the longtime nondriving Manhattan resident...

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