Atlanta's Ariel de Man is an actress and director of Vive La Fontaine, a remount of Théâtre du Rêve's evening of French songs and fairy tales, running Feb. 2-19.
1) Kafka on the Shore: "It's the new novel by Haruki Murakami, the author of one of my favorite books, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle."
2) The Spotted Dog: "The new pub in the old firehouse on North Avenue offers the same fare as the Prince of Wales and their other pubs, in a beautiful old Atlanta landmark building."
3) Mugimama, Is This Monkey Music?: "The new CD by the Icelandic group Mugison."
4) Teatro ZinZanni: "It's a cabaret/circus with dinner in a vintage French circus tent on the pier in San Francisco. It may seem like a tourist trap, but it's actually just the kind of theatrical event that I love."
5) "Shining": "A funny remix of the trailer for the Jack Nicholson horror movie transforms it into a feel-good family flick. Watch it at www.ps260.com/molly/SHINING%20FINAL.mov."
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