A 1930s jazz musician becomes involved with a moll in Coppola's big-budget gangster epic. Bombed at the box-office but worth seeing!
Take a visit to the shimmering Corning Museum of Glass in New York; see an overview of the Menil Collection in Houston; get a peek at the ICA's survey of San Francisco artist Barry McGee; and hear Jared Bowen's conversation with the legendary tap dance artist Maurice Hines, who tells his life story in the show Tappin' Thru Life at Arts Emerson.
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Violent mobsters, sexy flappers, slinky dancers, sultry singers and fiery musicians collide at Harlem's hottest jazz club in 1920s New York - bootleg booze, torrid affairs and hair-trigger emotions fuel the scene.
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