OLD MASTERS, NEW MASTERS
The Old Man & the Gun, The Wife, First Man
Robert Redford is one of Hollywood’s enduring men of mystery. Even in the lesser roles in his six-decade career, there has always been a strong suggestion of unplumbed depths behind those appropriately ocean-blue eyes.
Miles David Moore
EIGHT PLAYS IN SEVEN DAYS
Living and breathing theatre in Britain’s West End
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
WHERE THERE’S SMOKE
A wildfire raging in Northern California left many dead and many more missing. And now, because of the smoke, many more people in the region are breathing in some of the worst-quality air in the world.
Washington National Opera’s decision to mount a production of Silent Night, an opera about the unsanctioned World War I Christmas Eve truce in 1914 on the Belgian front, is both timely and food for thoughtKarren LaLonde Alenier
ROMANTIC SONGS OF THE PATRIARCHYand Other Silences
This kind of soft-peddling of misogyny reminds me of the founder of the #MeToo Movement, Tarana Burke, who right now seems to have second thoughts about her radical movement.
OLD FART VILLAGE
Radio Ricky meets Radio Rhonda
STEIN AND WHITMAN
Gertrude Stein had a special place in her literary heart for Walt Whitman.
Karren LaLonde Alenier
VISION: A THEATRE MEMOIRPart Three
What then is a director's job staging theatre events? For me it is to invade the audience with tears and laughter; to go tooth and nail at a script to find out what it means in human terms
Art is the life of the artist who created it
Janine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
MEA CULPAI let your cat out of the bag.Kathi WolfeLANGUAGESAs a painter, I have always thought of color as a language. Line and form are of course also a part of this language. Color in its almost infinite shades can well compare to music and our spoken and written languages, although, like the notes of music, colors are non-specific, and achieve
meaning only in context. David WileyTHE SANTA CLAUS MONOLOGUESThere's no red carpet treatment this year, Santa. No helicopter arrival. No band. No parade. No fanfare. No grand entrance. It's the year of lowered expectations. Les Marcott
UNDRESS ME Michael BettencourtIn a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to undressher by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue.
THE GREED GENE Michael BettencourtA young couple is told by their genetic counselor, the "genie of genes"that their child has the greed gene, and there is nothing they can do.
An astute and entertaining array of audio essayson an array of topics by an astute andentertaining essayist.
VIEW OF VILLAGE WITH CLOCK TOWER
LANGUAGE OF COLOR
The Art of David Wiley
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PROVIDER OF CONTENTI am now over 2-1/2 years into my work as a “communications manager” at Yeshiva University, which has tutored me in the tensions between being a writer and a content provider. Michael Bettencourt
3:10 TO YUMAI’m sitting on a veranda on The Peak in Hong Kong overlooking the harbor late in
the afternoon, musing that image. The shimmering blue and glimmering gold of the waters are fading into the smiling grey and black of evening. Arthur Meiselman
PP, MF! My earliest memories are about listening to Romanian Rhapsody, dancing my doll, and ultimately transferring that energy from her to myself. Claudine Jones
DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?We have reports from the early days of cinema that a short black and white film of a train coming down the track toward the camera sent people scrambling out of the way of approaching doom. Nathan Thomas
THE RARE ATTAINMENT OF GIAMPIERO BEAHe crafts beautiful wines and solves problems arising in the process of making them not only by his expertise in modern oenological methods but by looking back to what earlier generations deduced by trial and error.
HOMEPLACE Part travel diary, part regional history, part sociological/cultural analysis, and part Patsy Cline biography. Juggling all these elements with ease and craft such an engaging tale is a testament to his writing. Les Marcott
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