Director of Linotype: The Film By Dan Reynolds Special to the SunPost During Typo Berlin 2011, I had the opportunity to speak with Doug Wilson about the upcoming Linotype: The Film documentary. On his site for the film, Doug writes, “The film tells the surprisingly emotional story of the people connected to the Linotype and [...]
Shirley Jones Turner Classic Movies, as part of its ten-city Classic Film Festival, brought Elmer Gantry (1960) to the big screen of downtown Miami’s Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts on March 20. Special guest SHIRLEY JONES – whose portrayal of a vengeful hooker won her an Oscar statuette at age [...]
Sixty years after his Hollywood debut, and 55 years since his Best Actor Oscar for Marty, Ernest Borgnine’s livelihood – acting – is still keeping him busy with movie roles and even an occasional voice-over in animated features. Born Ermes Effron Borgnino, an only child to Italian immigrants, the actor turned 94 in January. But [...]
New photo book, shot locally, heats up the holiday season Max-Arthur Mantle grew up in Connecticut. He studied News Editorial (Print Journalism) and Photography at Howard University (Washington, DC). During his college years his popularity was fueled by his risqué fashion show productions. After college, a brief stint in the US Navy and travelling on [...]
The Fight Doctor, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco Brings Us Tales from the 5th Street Gym. Back before South Beach became known for its models and bottles, and well after its initial heyday, there existed a place unlike any other on earth….
From a distance, South Beach’s famed coastline is speckled with a parade of beautiful seaside partisans and memorable waters glistening for miles on end, but with an eye for detail, it’s hard to see anything beyond the scattered remnant’s of an uncaring beach-goer. Litter stretches along the sands of this once charming destination and we [...]