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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

R
Comedy, Drama
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There's Another Cuckoo's Nest in Town

6 years ago by Gillian Speiser
Making a rendition of Dale Wasserman's classic 1970 adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, the Andrew Living Arts marks the second appearance of this unforgettable story in South Florida this season. Depicting a group of patients in a "state mental hospital somewhere in the Northwest"...
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Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

NR
Comedy
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The Nightmare in the Bahamas Is Far From Over

5 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
The devastation on Great Abaco wasn't apparent at first. While the pilot we'd paid $1,300 for the 45-minute flight from Nassau began the plane's descent, the teal-and-cobalt Atlantic gave way to vast expanses of jagged green spits bordering shallow, sandy lagoons. A grounded boat lying on its side some 500 yards inland was the first indication of what was to come.
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Not Too Cuckoo for Coco

14 years ago by Gail Shepherd
"Little birds nest according to their size," goes the Thai proverb. Or as King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand has repeatedly cautioned his people: Don't live beyond your means. We Americans could take a page or two from the Thai book, eh? My own addendum to the famous proverb goes like...
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Cuckoo for Coconuts

13 years ago by Bob Norman
A hundred-and-fifty years ago there probably would have been tar and feathers involved. Pitchforks and a greased rail would have likely also come into play. Looked at that way, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea Mayor Oliver Parker can be thankful. He's only facing a recall petition, an endless stream of insults, and the undying...
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History Fort Lauderdale Spotlights City's Founding Family in New Show

5 months ago by William Flood
In a city seemingly driven to pave over itself with the next big development, appreciation for the past is hard to come by. Fortunately, for over five decades History Fort Lauderdale has been the city’s heritage cheerleader. Tuesday, October 1, heralds one of the museum's most significant exhibits chronicling the...
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Weezer Cruise: Renew Your Wedding Vows With Scott Shriner

9 years ago by Reed Fischer
The Weezer Cruise is for lovers! Tucked among the specialty events of the cruise -- embarking from Miami to Cozumel and back January 19-23, 2012 -- are a number of off-stage experiences with members of the group. One of them is renewing your wedding commitments with the help of the...
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"It's Kind of a Funny Story" Imagines the Nuthouse as a Hipster's Paradise

10 years ago by Eric Hynes
A film seemingly designed to get every New York City honors student punched in the face at college, It's Kind of a Funny Story chronicles a privileged Brooklyn high-schooler's supercool institutionalized mental-health break. Hot for his best friend's girlfriend, stressed out over an application to a prestigious summer school, and...
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Cuckoo for CocoLoco's

19 years ago by Jen Karetnick
In honor of this stars-and-stripes time of year, I state unequivocally that I often feel lucky to be an American. When I look at the political situation in places like Cuba, I'm thankful that I was born in a country where we get to elect our own morons. When I...

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