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Review of Sleeping With Other People
Leslye Headland’s sophomore feature, “Sleeping With Other People,” certainly isn’t a bad movie. But as her follow up to 2012’s raunchy and deliciously mean-spirited “Bachelorette,” starring a knockout trio made up of Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan and Isla Fisher, her latest film can’t help but drastically pale in comparison.
35th Annual Alper JCC Berrin Family Book Festival
The 35th Annual Alper JCC Berrin Family Jewish Book Festival begins Thursday, October 8, with Michael B. Oren, Israel’s former ambassador to the United States, and current member of the Knesset. Ambassador Oren shares his memoir Ally: My Journey across the American-Israeli Divide, about his time in office during which America experienced transformative changes and the Middle East underwent violent upheaval.
Pictured: Kristin Hannah, Michael B. Oren & David Gregory
Festival Miami Kicks off its 32nd Season
The Festival’s 32nd season kicks off on October 16 when South Florida concert-goers will experience an unforgettable program featuring the music of three visionary American composers. The highlight of the evening will be the Billboard chart-topping piano sensation SIMONE DINNERSTEIN, who will perform the Florida premiere of Philip Lasser’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra – The Circle and the Child with the FROST SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
NWSA Theatre Student Anissa Comonte as Blanche DuBois
New World School of the Arts interviewed NWSA music theater student Anissa Comonte, who will play Blanche DuBois in the upcoming play “A Streetcar Named Desire”.