Before 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' There Was 'Tromeo and Juliet'
We chat with James Gunn and Lloyd Kaufman about their bizarre retelling of a Shakespeare classic.
'Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories' Is a Hidden Gem on Netflix
Here's the series to watch while you're waiting for new 'High Maintenance' episodes.
Meet the Woman Who Keeps 'The X-Files' Scientifically Sound
Anne Simon—the virologist who served as a science consultant on the original 'X-Files' and helped write the upcoming miniseries—talks the science that made you want to believe.
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MF Doom and Ghostface's "Interactive" III Points Festival Performance Had a Few Wires Crossed
A prerecorded DOOM video and a too short Ghostface live set left many festival goers bewildered and annoyed.
High School Never Ends: An Interview with the Creators of 'Degrassi'
A brand new class is about to enroll at Degrassi Community School, and you'll be able to relive your teen angst alongside them on Netflix.
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The Queen's Return: Trina's Flashy Art Museum Performance Embodies the Spirit of Miami
If anyone should represent the nascent, mercurial, expensive, and candy-colored nature of Miami’s new art scene, it should be Trina.
'From the Corner of Cassius Clay' Is a Powerful One-Woman Show about Muhammad Ali's Time in Miami
Dancer Shareeka Harrell trained as a boxer and dug deep into Miami's black history to prepare for her role as the legendary fighter and activist.
Meet Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell, the Opera Singer Who Combines African-American and Yiddish Folk Music
As a black, gay, opera singer who was raised Christian, Anthony Russell wasn't destined to be a Yiddish folk singer, but he's pretty great at it.
We Spoke to Billy Corben and Dada 5000 About Illegal Street Fighting in Miami's Suburbs
Billy Corben's latest film, Dawg Fight, shows the people behind the punches in Dada 5000's illegal backyard fighting league.
The Feds Are Investigating Fort Lauderdale Cops for Racist Emails
Following a bizarre internal investigation, the South Florida cops are under fire from all sides.
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I Went to Battioke, Miami’s Premier NBA Player Karaoke Charity Gala, and Was Profoundly Moved
In which Erik Spoelstra sings Michael Jackson, Shane Battier sings Oasis, and Pat Riley is maybe probably drunk.
Everything You Need to Know About Vanilla Ice's Arrest
Vanilla Ice is being charged with burglary and grand theft.