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    Best Ensemble Cast - Red Herring

    More kudos for the little Florida Stage that could. And here's why: Stephen G. Anthony, Patricia Dalen, Suzanne Grodner, Kendra Kassebaum, Johnathan F. McClain, and Gordon McConnell. This outstanding cast served up an endless stream of hilarious yet...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Theater for Plays - Florida Stage

    This Palm Beach County company serves up challenging productions with a nice blend of local and New York City actors and a welcome infusion of talented directors and designers from across the nation. Artistic director Louis Tyrrell has an excellent ...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Movie Theater - Southport Cinema Caf

    In the old days, the relationship between dining out and a movie was clear and quite sequential. A matinee might lead to dinner, or an 8 o'clock show to a late-night meal, but ne'er the twain met. Videos changed that, however, and the pleasures of c...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Film Festival - Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

    Yeah, yeah, we know you've heard it all before: As we've declared for the past two years, the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival is tops. And as the festival approaches its 17th season, that's truer than ever. Organizers like to cite numbers...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Independent Theater - Cinema Paradiso

    From the outside, it still looks like a church -- which it was when it was built in 1926. Sixty years after opening, the First Methodist Church was renovated and rechristened the Vinnette Carroll Theatre, an intimate space devoted to showcasing smal...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Band Name - Famous Gay Cowboys

    John Wayne was a fag. He was too, you boys. I installed two-way mirrors at his pad in Brentwood. He came to the door in a dress!

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Strip Joint - The Forum

    Sure, there's the $10 cover charge, and the place is BYOB. But how many other strip clubs are open Monday through Thursday, 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. (and even 9 a.m. Friday and Saturday)? Just be sure to bring enough liquor to last you through the night, an...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Lesbian Bar - Kicks Sports Bar

    Broward County boasts more gay bars than Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties combined, and while most of them welcome lesbians as well as gay men, it's rare to find a place geared primarily to gals. The market is so precarious that when one lesbian b...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Hangout for Hetero Women - La Bare

    Turnabout is fair play. Strip clubs for men dot the South Florida landscape like royal palms; La Bare is a gutsy attempt toward evening out that number. For those of the fairer sex who crave the sight of buff dudes in scanty duds, your day has com...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Recording - Ruth, Remember the Ocean

    The comfortable songs of Remember the Ocean soothe and calm -- and how many South Florida bands can you say that about? The ochre corridors and smooth wood floors of Ruth, the band's debut, sprawl out like a grandmother's house with a warm scent of ...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Recording Studio Whiz-Kid - James Paul Wisner

    His is not a household name -- not yet, anyway -- but James Paul Wisner's golden ears have certainly made for happy households wherever he has bestowed his magic touch. The crystalline purity of Broward's wonderful Rocking Horse Winner was buffed to ...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Jazz Artist - Kenny Millions

    An incredible artist literally peddles his goods in our own back yard but is woefully underappreciated. Par for the course, unfortunately, where bled-dry standards and even less-interesting mendacity can be passed off as jazz music. Recognized intern...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Girl Gangs Rule - Violent women take center stage in two new productions

    At first glance, you wouldn't think there's much in common between the ragtag Mad Cat Theatre Company in dirty downtown Miami and the stylish Dreamers Theatre in restaurant-infested Coral Gables. Mad Cat goes for in-your-face gonzo drama and aims for...

    by Ronald Mangravite on May 9, 2002
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    Blog and Pony Show - It's a Web phenomenon, but is it art?

    Several months ago, I surveyed the Websites of nearly a dozen South Florida museums, only to find... not much of interest. The sites provide such basic information as hours of operation, directions, and descriptions of exhibitions. Otherwise, they se...

    by Michael Mills on May 2, 2002
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    Shticks and Psalms - Songs of Paradise mixes vaudeville, the Borscht Belt, and the Bible to hilarious effect

    Most everyone knows the two masks of the theater: the sorrowful mask of tragedy and the gleeful one of comedy. Tragedy (or at least drama) is usually serious and "elevated" and therefore tends toward social acceptability: Because drama is serious, th...

    by Ronald Mangravite on May 2, 2002
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    Skate or Die - In the 1970s, the Z-Boys were hell on wheels. Today, they're shredding the big screen.

    "This is contrary to how we grew up," Stacy Peralta is saying a few minutes after getting dropped off at a newspaper office by a limo driver. The 45-year-old Peralta, still SoCal handsome and boyish beneath a ball cap and behind a well-trimmed beard,...

    by Robert Wilonsky on May 2, 2002
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    Lazarus, Reborn - Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.

    Peter Bogdanovich, maybe the last man alive who wears a neckerchief without irony, holds a copy of a newspaper article in which his old friend Larry McMurtry is saying nice, or not nice, things about him--Bogdanovich can't tell which. "He's kind of r...

    by Robert Wilonsky on April 25, 2002
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    Something Old, Something New - The New River Gallery offers a fascinating mix of modern masters and contemporary artists

    The last time I visited New River Gallery, in the heart of the busy Las Olas Boulevard area in Fort Lauderdale, the gallery was showcasing a substantial collection of works, mostly graphics, by Salvador Dal. The spirit of that ambitious but uneven s...

    by Michael Mills on April 18, 2002
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    From Klezmer to Classics - Some familiar musical numbers get a fresh new look

    What's your pleasure, the sizzle or the steak? The Coconut Grove Playhouse offers both in its latest production, a musical revue called The Soul of George Gershwin: The Musical Journey of an American Klezmer. It's a studious, educational show that al...

    by Ronald Mangravite on April 18, 2002
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    Do Look Back - The Band dances The Last Waltz, but can time heal old wounds?

    On a Friday night in March, it was hard to tell where to look: at the flickering movie screen, where The Band was wrapping up a 16-year career with a farewell concert, or at a still Robbie Robertson, who was sitting in the audience at the Paramount T...

    by Robert Wilonsky on April 18, 2002
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