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Comedian Brian Regan to perform at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, April 24

Brian Regan, the hilariously goofy standup comedian, is set to perform at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 24. Last year, on Sept. 26, Regan’s career got sent into overdrive when he made history with the first ever live broadcast of a stand-up special on Comedy Central. Regan said he was nervous at first. “You know, it was a big deal, and I was extremely excited,” Regan said. “When you’re in this business, it’s fun to be in situations where you get butterflies. When you’re putting yourself in that situation, it means something pretty...

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Senior art students’ exhibit opens April 14 at FGCU Main Art Gallery

Senior projects created by graduating FGCU student artists will be premiering at the Main Art Gallery on campus starting on April 14 and continuing through April 29. The opening reception starts at 5 p.m. with students introducing their work and explaining the media they used to create their pieces as well as the cultural movements and artists that helped inspire them to create it. There will be food, beer and wine at the gallery until 7 p.m. Nineteen FGCU students will be displaying their senior projects at the gallery. Student artists have already been gathering around the main gallery...

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Fort Myers Film Festival will screen 70 films

The 6th Annual Fort Myers Film Festival is set to dazzle with highly anticipated documentaries and a stylish black tie red carpet gala. The event is scheduled from April 7 through 10 and will be screening 70 films. The standout film is the world premiere of documentary “Marcus Jansen—Examine & Report,” a film following the life of a local artist from Southwest Florida. The film premieres on April 7 and also kicks off Jansen’s travelling solo exhibition that will go on for the next two years. Some other independent films that will be screened at the event are “Maya...

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For adults only: A bizarre, funny ‘Sausage Party’

It is no secret that animated productions are no longer just for children in 2016, but Seth Rogen’s “Sausage Party” will certainly be one to hide the children from. With animated gore, a profanity-ridden script, and a hot dog and bun for its main characters that are sure to provide some sexual innuendos, “Sausage Party” is without question geared toward an adult audience, and not a shy one. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the writer and producer team that brought you “This is the End,” “Superbad” and many more comedy classics, are no strangers to making movies on the absurd side of crazy, but “Sausage Party” looks like it might take the cake. The trailer begins looking like any old animated movie on par...

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