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  • Snakes In My Spam

    published February 28, 2008

    Strictly speaking, SPAM is a cooked-meat product containing bits of many long-dead animals — pigs, chickens, turkeys, clumsy factory workers... More >>

  • Drag queens up, down, slanted, and totally sideways

    published February 28, 2008

    I once went to a Bingo game in Cranston, Rhode Island. I was 13, and I was not only the youngest person in the room, I was the youngest person in... More >>

  • How Alligator Alley is Saving the Planet, One Drunken Set List at a Time

    published February 21, 2008

    Do you know what fish really, really hate? Raw effluent! Yes! And do you know what Phish really, really hate? Again: raw... More >>

  • Kandy-Kolored Konch Kickers

    published February 14, 2008

    I wouldn't ordinarily tell you this, but I got wood when I went to see Florida Grand Opera's new production of The Pearl Fishers.... More >>

  • Black-Green History-Art Month-Month

    published February 14, 2008

    The last time somebody went to war with February, it was a disaster. That was when Elisabeth Achelis, of Brooklyn, spent 25 years lobbying various... More >>

  • Black-Green History-Art Month-Month

    published February 14, 2008

    The last time somebody went to war with February, it was a disaster. That was when Elisabeth Achelis, of Brooklyn, spent 25 years lobbying various... More >>

  • Countdown to Nowhere

    published February 7, 2008

    According to the accepted wisdom in these parts, Florida Stage is just about the best thing going. Like Caldwell Theatre to the south and Palm... More >>

  • Ye Old Nasty

    published February 7, 2008

    This year, The Florida Renaissance Festival runs through March 11th at Quiet Waters Park (401 S. Powerlines Rd., Deerfield – check out... More >>

  • No Country for Old Warthogs

    published January 31, 2008

    In the middle altitudes of the Serengeti, the greenery perks up in the wake of the wet season. After the long rains of April and May, the... More >>

  • Three Conversations About Three Things

    published January 31, 2008

    A year ago, Inside Out Theatre produced a play called Manuscript, which was about, among other things, how secrets tend to destroy people.... More >>

  • Surrender, But Save Your Cash

    published January 24, 2008

    Listen: Unless your yearly salary is in the very-high six figures, don't bother seeing Suite Surrender. There's no need. It's not bad,... More >>

  • Hot Deaf Lesbian Action

    published January 24, 2008

    Lauren Feldman’s Fill Our Mouths is the story of Evan, an American married woman who falls in love with a deaf lesbian in... More >>

  • Too Clever by a Fourth

    published January 17, 2008

    Midway through Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, there's a scene in which several exotic fish offer a critique of the film thus... More >>

  • Two Huge, Warm Ramrods

    published January 17, 2008

    “To be perfectly honest, I like the Cubans. I don’t like Cuban men, because they try to fuck my wife in front of me. They’re filthy... More >>

  • Ethel Merman Is Dead

    published January 10, 2008

    There is no sign of trouble upon entering the Rising Action Theatre Company's new digs on Oakland Park Boulevard. The theater is full of wood... More >>

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