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Review: ‘Sicario’ shows us the war that the ‘War on Drugs’ has become

Review: ‘Sicario’ shows us the war that the ‘War on Drugs’ has become

By MARK VIOLA It’s been more than 40 years since the phrase “War on Drugs” became popularized during the Nixon administration. And it’s been a long time as well since…

Gadsden’s regional art exhibition opens Oct. 9

The Art in Gadsden: Regional Exhibition of Fine Art opens its 27th annual exhibition today (Friday, Oct. 9) at 6 p.m. The first five years of the exhibition were hosted…

46th annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival will be held Oct. 17-18

46th annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival will be held Oct. 17-18

The 46th annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival offers a family fun weekend of food, fine arts and crafts, shopping, music and more on Oct. 17-18. The event is organized by…

Review: Return visit to ‘Hotel Transylvania’ provides plenty of fun and laughs

Review: Return visit to ‘Hotel Transylvania’ provides plenty of fun and laughs

By MARK VIOLA I recently re-watched “Hotel Transylvania” in preparation for the sequel, the aptly titled “Hotel Transylvania 2.” I remembered enjoying the original and the re-watch produced lots of…

Review: De Niro may be ‘The Intern,’ but he and Hathaway are total pros

Review: De Niro may be ‘The Intern,’ but he and Hathaway are total pros

By MARK VIOLA There are some movies that just feel like they should work solely because of who is involved in making them. “The Intern,” for example, features writer/director Nancy…

FSU presents ‘Some Girl(s)’ at Tallahassee’s Lab Theatre

FSU presents ‘Some Girl(s)’ at Tallahassee’s Lab Theatre

The School of Theatre at Florida State University kicks off its 2015-16 season with “Some Girl(s),” which opens tonight (Friday, Oct. 2) at the Lab Theatre in Tallahassee and will…

Experience Asia Festival to feature music, dance, crafts

Experience Asia Festival to feature music, dance, crafts

The 11th annual Experience Asia Festival will return to Tallahassee’s Lewis and Bloxham Parks on Saturday, Oct. 3. The festival, which takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., will…

Review: Depp leads a sermon of murder, mayhem in excellent ‘Black Mass’

Review: Depp leads a sermon of murder, mayhem in excellent ‘Black Mass’

By MARK VIOLA Since longtime fugitive and former Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger’s capture and subsequent conviction on 31 counts, including complicity in 11 murders, there has been a…

Review: ‘The Visit’ is a odd little horror film that still provides frights

Review: ‘The Visit’ is a odd little horror film that still provides frights

By MARK VIOLA For young people, perhaps the most strange and alien thing in the world is old people. So perhaps it makes perfect sense that director M. Night Shyamalan’s…

NFCC Artist Series welcomes Valdosta Symphony Orchestra

The North Florida Community College Artist Series opens its 2015-2016 season with the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra (VSO) in a performance entitled “The Distinctive Voice” on Sunday, Sept. 20, at 2…