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Multi platinum-selling and Grammy Award®-winning rock band, Maroon 5, announced a return to the road with their upcoming Fall 2016 tour. The highly anticipated tour will kick off in San Antonio, Tex. on Sept. 3, 2016 and includes dates throughout North America. A full list of North American and European dates is below. The band’s latest album, V, debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 and is a sonic summation of the group’s journey to date – capturing the essence of the earliest Maroon 5 hits through to their most recent successes, as well as providing a picture of its artistic growth in the future. The album’s debut single “Maps,” set a record for the highest debut by a group on Top 40 radio charts in 18 years and has earned a top 100 spot in 18 countries. The music video for the band’s chart topping single “Sugar” has logged nearly one billion views to date. The band’s latest single “Feelings” is out now. Maroon 5’s world tour kicked off in the US in February 2015. European dates followed during May and June, along with a festival appearance at the Mawazine Festival in Morocco as well as an Asian leg […]

In the touching new film by Italian master Nanni Moretti, a harried filmmaker tries to juggle the production of her new film with visits to the bedside of her dying mother. If most films dealing with aging and death are somber and melancholic, Mia Madre adds large doses of glorious, anarchic comedy. The film’s story has a clear autobiographical bent: Moretti lost his own mother during the shooting of We Have A Pope, his previous film. But he gives the filmmaker’s role not to himself, but to his charismatic muse, Margherita Buy. He steps into a secondary role as the brother / son who does most of the caregiving while his sister runs between the film set and hospital, trying frantically to be both a consummate professional and a dutiful daughter. What also elevates this film into a gentle kind of feminist manifesto is not just Buy’s character, but also that of the mother (Giulia Lazzarini), a teacher of classical literature. Moretti displaces himself further by giving the major male part to John Turturro, who plays the brash, outsized American star of the film-within-a-film with great comic flourish. Winner of the coveted Ecumenical Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Mia […]

A young Mayan woman finds herself at the crossroads between the ancient and the modern worlds in Ixcanul, a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante. María lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. She’s been promised in marriage to the plantation overseer, but is not about to acquiesce to her parents’ design. María sees in Pepe, a young coffee cutter planning to migrate to the US, the possibility of a brighter future. A simple, fable-like movie made in close collaboration with a real Mayan farming community from the Guatemalan highlands, Bustamante’s film is downright Herzogian in its surfeit of physical detail, observed rituals and looming clash of civilizations. Ixcanul is one of the most lauded films to come out of Latin America in 2015. It won Best Film and Best Director in Guadalajara, Best Film in Cartagena, the coveted Silver Bear in Berlin, Best First Film and Audience Award at the Platino Iberoamerican Awards. Director Bustamante knocks it out of the park in his first time at bat, a fact made all the more remarkable, hailing from a country with a nascent film industry. […]

Over 50 Shows on Sale | Comic Book & Cosplay Mania Sneak Preview by Jeff Hobson – The Trickster from The IllusionistsSilent Disco Day Party hosted by the Green Room Society Interactive Workshops | Kids’ Activities | Chef Demos Author Conversations | Walking Tours | Farmers Market & So Much More! Times Read: 0

Immerse yourself in the traditional culture of India! Enjoy cuisine, craft activities, storytelling, costumes, and an interactive music corner, all inspired by Indian traditions. Indian Classical dancer Ranjana Warier and guest musicians will offer two performances (1PM and 3PM), adapting an Indian folk tale to the stage. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity! Times Read: 0

In 1971, Datsun introduced the 240Z, gasoline was 36 cents a gallon and the Miami lnternational Auto Show launched its first exhibition. Today, this same show is recognized as one of the largest and most prestigious in the nation. A venue for national product introductions, the auto show showcases more than a thousand new vehicles from over 40 manufacturers from around the world – a collection that auto enthusiasts wait all year to see. Building from a momentous show in 2015, this signature South Florida event is back with popular returning exhibits, including Topless in Miami’s display of convertible cars in a picturesque Miami environment, and Havana Classics, a spin-off of Memory Lane celebrating nostalgia of the 50s. Ride & Drive events, including Camp Jeep will also be back at Convention Center Drive. Times Read: 0

A young Mayan woman finds herself at the crossroads between the ancient and the modern worlds in Ixcanul, a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante. María lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. She’s been promised in marriage to the plantation overseer, but is not about to acquiesce to her parents’ design. María sees in Pepe, a young coffee cutter planning to migrate to the US, the possibility of a brighter future. A simple, fable-like movie made in close collaboration with a real Mayan farming community from the Guatemalan highlands, Bustamante’s film is downright Herzogian in its surfeit of physical detail, observed rituals and looming clash of civilizations. Ixcanul is one of the most lauded films to come out of Latin America in 2015. It won Best Film and Best Director in Guadalajara, Best Film in Cartagena, the coveted Silver Bear in Berlin, Best First Film and Audience Award at the Platino Iberoamerican Awards. Director Bustamante knocks it out of the park in his first time at bat, a fact made all the more remarkable, hailing from a country with a nascent film industry. […]

Consistently at the forefront of music and entertainment for the past two decades, SEAN ‘DIDDY’ COMBS AKA PUFF DADDY continues his reign of excellence, today announcing the BAD BOY FAMILY REUNION TOUR.  Kicking off August 25th in Columbus, OH, PUFF DADDY, LIL’ KIM, MASE, FAITH EVANS, MARIO WINANS, 112, TOTAL, CARL THOMAS, THE LOX and FRENCH MONTANA will take the stage to perform hit after hit, cementing Bad Boy’s place as the driving force behind hip hop and R&B music and culture.  Setting the bar for the best of live production and music experiences, Puff Daddy brings together these iconic artists due to overwhelming fan demand for a must-see moment in hip hop history. “This isn’t just a concert– this is a moment in hip hop and R&B history.” said Sean “Diddy” Combs aka Puff Daddy.  “The family and I are so excited to welcome fans into this once in a lifetime experience.  This tour is 20 years in the making, and is a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle. The Bad Boy Family has set the standard for concert excellence, and this tour will be a testament to that!” Times Read: 0

A young Mayan woman finds herself at the crossroads between the ancient and the modern worlds in Ixcanul, a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante. María lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. She’s been promised in marriage to the plantation overseer, but is not about to acquiesce to her parents’ design. María sees in Pepe, a young coffee cutter planning to migrate to the US, the possibility of a brighter future. A simple, fable-like movie made in close collaboration with a real Mayan farming community from the Guatemalan highlands, Bustamante’s film is downright Herzogian in its surfeit of physical detail, observed rituals and looming clash of civilizations. Ixcanul is one of the most lauded films to come out of Latin America in 2015. It won Best Film and Best Director in Guadalajara, Best Film in Cartagena, the coveted Silver Bear in Berlin, Best First Film and Audience Award at the Platino Iberoamerican Awards. Director Bustamante knocks it out of the park in his first time at bat, a fact made all the more remarkable, hailing from a country with a nascent film industry. […]

A young Mayan woman finds herself at the crossroads between the ancient and the modern worlds in Ixcanul, a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante. María lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. She’s been promised in marriage to the plantation overseer, but is not about to acquiesce to her parents’ design. María sees in Pepe, a young coffee cutter planning to migrate to the US, the possibility of a brighter future. A simple, fable-like movie made in close collaboration with a real Mayan farming community from the Guatemalan highlands, Bustamante’s film is downright Herzogian in its surfeit of physical detail, observed rituals and looming clash of civilizations. Ixcanul is one of the most lauded films to come out of Latin America in 2015. It won Best Film and Best Director in Guadalajara, Best Film in Cartagena, the coveted Silver Bear in Berlin, Best First Film and Audience Award at the Platino Iberoamerican Awards. Director Bustamante knocks it out of the park in his first time at bat, a fact made all the more remarkable, hailing from a country with a nascent film industry. […]

A young Mayan woman finds herself at the crossroads between the ancient and the modern worlds in Ixcanul, a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante. María lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. She’s been promised in marriage to the plantation overseer, but is not about to acquiesce to her parents’ design. María sees in Pepe, a young coffee cutter planning to migrate to the US, the possibility of a brighter future. A simple, fable-like movie made in close collaboration with a real Mayan farming community from the Guatemalan highlands, Bustamante’s film is downright Herzogian in its surfeit of physical detail, observed rituals and looming clash of civilizations. Ixcanul is one of the most lauded films to come out of Latin America in 2015. It won Best Film and Best Director in Guadalajara, Best Film in Cartagena, the coveted Silver Bear in Berlin, Best First Film and Audience Award at the Platino Iberoamerican Awards. Director Bustamante knocks it out of the park in his first time at bat, a fact made all the more remarkable, hailing from a country with a nascent film industry. […]

A young Mayan woman finds herself at the crossroads between the ancient and the modern worlds in Ixcanul, a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante. María lives and works with her parents on a coffee plantation in the foothills of an active volcano in Guatemala. She’s been promised in marriage to the plantation overseer, but is not about to acquiesce to her parents’ design. María sees in Pepe, a young coffee cutter planning to migrate to the US, the possibility of a brighter future. A simple, fable-like movie made in close collaboration with a real Mayan farming community from the Guatemalan highlands, Bustamante’s film is downright Herzogian in its surfeit of physical detail, observed rituals and looming clash of civilizations. Ixcanul is one of the most lauded films to come out of Latin America in 2015. It won Best Film and Best Director in Guadalajara, Best Film in Cartagena, the coveted Silver Bear in Berlin, Best First Film and Audience Award at the Platino Iberoamerican Awards. Director Bustamante knocks it out of the park in his first time at bat, a fact made all the more remarkable, hailing from a country with a nascent film industry. […]