Classic Revolution: British Styles for Spring

By Matthew Wexler | Friday Apr 25, 2014
While the bespoke styles of Savile Row continue to wow men of a certain generation (and means), a new crop of British designers and reimagined familiar ones are making their mark on the streets of London and beyond.

’My Son the Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy’ at The Regent

By Bobby McGuire | Friday Apr 25, 2014
Brad Zimmerman will tell his hilarious, insightful and sometimes poignant story when "My Son the Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy" comes to the Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA. from April 23-May 25, 2014.

Maggie Keenan-Bolger Hosts Queer Theater Networking Event

By Bobby McGuire | Friday Apr 25, 2014
On April 28, Maggie Keenan-Bolger and Honest Accomplice Theatre will host a networking event for Queer Women and Trans* People in the Performing Arts.

Confessions of a Benchwarmer: Spring Training and Beyond in the Sonoran Desert

By Matthew Wexler | Friday Apr 25, 2014
What happens when EDGE travel editor Matthew Wexler unleashes the ghosts of baseball past at Phoenix’s Cactus League spring training? Let’s just say there are a lot of balls in the air.

’Thaïs’: Religious Eroticism on the Opera Stage

By Bobby McGuire | Friday Apr 25, 2014
Florida Grand Opera has become known for taking exciting chances and its 2013-14 Season continues in this vein, concluding with Jules Massenet’s beautiful, but seldom-produced, "Thaïs," opening May 3 at the Arsht Center.

The Other Woman

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 25, 2014
Most films end up pitting women against each other for entertainment value. Romantic comedies especially have a history of pitting women against each other while chasing after the same man. Not this one.

Stars Launch 21st Revlon Run/Walk for Women

By Bobby McGuire | Friday Apr 25, 2014
Join the fight against cancer by participating in the 21st annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women in New York City on May 3 and in Los Angeles on May 10.

Locke

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 25, 2014
Writer/director Steven Knight’s latest thriller greatly exceeds the sum of its parts.

Brick Mansions

By Robert Nesti | Friday Apr 25, 2014
"Brick Mansions" is a surprisingly enjoyable urban action genre movie with a by-the-numbers plot enhanced by the chemistry between its leads and furiously realized action sequences.

Walking with the Enemy

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 25, 2014
As the Nazi reign of terror spreads to Hungary, a courageous young man joins a semi-underground organization that resists the deportation and murder of Jews. That’s about the extent of what’s "true" in this forgettable "based on a true story" film.

Only Lovers Left Alive

By Kevin Kline | Friday Apr 25, 2014
Jim Jarmusch throws down the gauntlet and defies current Hollywood norms to give us a stylish, lethargic, and compelling take on the vampire myth.