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Even the screen itself seemed excited at the Florida Film Festival preview party Wednesday night. "It's like 3-D!" exclaimed Enzian president Henry Maldonado as the theater's inflatable outdoor screen pitched forward in the stiff breeze. Some of the...
Is the weather outside frightful? Well, what's inside the wine is delightful: warming flavors of dark red fruits — as in a berry pie steaming from the oven; chalky, chewy tannins to give the jaw both a workout and a sense of purpose; and often...
Tags: France, Chile, Italy, Alcoholic Beverages, Portugal
Contributing WriterLast January, you loaded up. You loaded up on all the leftover, on-sale, clearance-priced Christmas wrapping paper you could lay your hands on. You bought Hanukkah bags, Santa wrap, gifty things with poinsettias and reindeer and holly, and you put it...
Tags: Daniel Smith, Artists, England, Folklore and Mythology, Hunting
Imagination of Illumination Runs from Dec. 1 to Jan. 5, 2013, Six Summit Gallery, 6 Summit St., Ivoryton, (860) 581-8332, sixsummitgallery.com Bilbo Baggins is coming to Ivoryton. Well, actually, the artist who created the bestselling graphic...
The Appleton Museum of Art in Ocala is showing more than 150 original drawings by some of the best known children's book illustrators in recognition of the upcoming 50th anniversary of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are,"...
It looked like a small cup of light-orange goo. Most of the students seemed hesitant to try it. But not Erick Tadeo. The 8-year-old immediately took a heaping spoonful of pumpkin parfait, pronounced it was good and gave it two thumbs up. Jill Wooten's...
Tags: Soups, Pumpkin, Carrots, Foods and Beverages, Nutrition
Flavorwire has put together an interesting gallery of photos of authors in their young, pre-fame days. Some drip with irony: a smiling Sylvia Plath, and Jack Kerouac (in a tie!) at Horace Mann. Others are disarmingly cute: Samuel Beckett on his high...
Tags: Samuel Beckett, Jack Kerouac
British playwright Polly Stenham is still in her mid-20s, but she has received the kind of attention from the London theater power brokers — commissions, awards and lavish praise — that most emerging playwrights in the cash-poor world of...
Variety"The Colbert Report" (Comedy Central)Head Writer: Barry JulienHighlight: Colbert took his faux commentator to a new level by forming his own super PAC -- "Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow" -- raising more than $1 million and putting on prank...
Linda Black HoroscopesToday's Birthday (07/30/12). You've been named King of All Wild Things. Let the wild rumpus begin. Travel and education call this year, while home and family provide solid roots. Autumn creativity adds romance. Like author Maurice Sendak, blaze your...
For every kid with a scraped knee, a skinned elbow, a bumped head and a torn shirt — the inevitable result of being very determined not to learn from one's mistakes — Maurice Sendak was your man. For every kid who builds forts out of old...
Moms At Work - Orlando SentinelMaurice Sendak, the children's book author and illustrator, has died from complications from a stroke. The 83-year-old was best known for ‘Where the Wild Things Are,' a book whose pictures and story captivated my kids — and countless others....
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