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COCA celebrating 30 years with iPhotofest

The Council on Culture & Arts for Tallahassee-Leon County (COCA) is turning 30 and in celebration of that anniversary, iPhotofest 2015 will focus on one of the most significant advancements…

Review: ‘The Peanuts Movie’: pleasant surprise and a worthy addition to the franchise

Review: ‘The Peanuts Movie’: pleasant surprise and a worthy addition to the franchise

By MARK VIOLA Charles Schulz’ “Peanuts” is one of the most iconic comic strips of all time and just as well known as the strip itself are its characters, including…

FSU presents ‘The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi’

The Florida State University School of Theatre’s production of “The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi” opened Thursday and will continue its run through Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Fallon Theatre…

Review: ‘Spectre’ gives us all the Bond adventure we expect, but story falters by trying too much

Review: ‘Spectre’ gives us all the Bond adventure we expect, but story falters by trying too much

By MARK VIOLA There have been 24 James Bond films since “Dr. No” first brought the tuxedo-clad spy to the big screen in 1962, and the anticipation for the next…

Tallahassee Ballet serving up its Kingdom of Sweets

Tallahassee Ballet serving up its Kingdom of Sweets

The Tallahassee Ballet welcomes the community to visit a scrumptious “Nutcracker” fantasyland where dolls come alive. The Kingdom of Sweets, a signature event for the Tallahassee Ballet, will be held…

Downtown Festival and Art Show takes over Gainesville

Art, music, food and the opportunity to enjoy a fall day outdoors is coming to the streets of historic downtown Gainesville this weekend. Art lovers and artists will mingle once…

Review: ‘Burnt’ filled with good food, better acting

Review: ‘Burnt’ filled with good food, better acting

By MARK VIOLA Last year we had two films centered on the high-pressure world of restaurant kitchens–“Chef” and “The Hundred-Foot Journey.” This year we have “Burnt” from director John Wells…

Tallahassee Museum hosting James Bond-themed Zoobilee

The Tallahassee Museum invites guests to dress up, dress down or let their imaginations run wild at the James Bond 007 Zoobilee tonight (Friday, Nov. 6) from 7 to 10…

Kids ‘Go for B’roque’

The Tallahassee Bach Parley announces “Kids Go for B’roque” 2016, an annual competition and honors concert for musicians 18 years old and younger, currently studying with a private teacher. Strings,…

Review: ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ is not high art, but it does provide the fun and action you’d expect

Review: ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ is not high art, but it does provide the fun and action you’d expect

By MARK VIOLA If I have a guilty pleasure genre of movies, it’s the supernatural hunter genre, which I’m pretty sure I just made up. There are plenty to choose…