Plays…Glorious Plays…A Theatrephile returns to London.
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
She calls herself the Crypto Lady.
She is part of the newCrypto Art world.
Return of the Tough GuysThe Many Saints of Newark, Cry Macho
Except possibly for Game of Thrones, The
Sopranos is the most renowned series (is it too ironic to say "beloved?") in the history of HBO.
Miles David Moore
A Romance with FrugalityThe German saying "Liebe geht durch den Magen" (Love passes through the stomach) might have been coined for my
Sci-Fi InfrastructureDune may think it presents a "real" world, but it really only presents enough detail to create an armature for holding up
its fables and fictions. In this world, people don't pee.Michael BettencourtDon't Know Why There's No Sun Up in the SkyStormy weather, sang Billie Holiday,
Since my man and me ain't together. Keeps rainin' all the time. Arthur Danin Adler
StillSitting very still microphone right up to my mouth Sitting very still. Listening to the sound of my voice
in a very quiet space. Claudine Jones
The Death of Santa Santa's press secretary confirms the rumors of his demise in the Santa Claus Monologues Les MarcottCrooked Smiling LightAlan King continues his explorations of
Blackness, family, parenthood, including sonhood and food. Gregory LuceReflections on the Civil WarBefore the insurrection of January 6th, the last time our nation's capitol was even remotely threatened by Americans
was during the Civil War. Patrick Walsh
Appreciating Tender ButtonsHow does one appreciate Gertrude Stein's most mysterious work? Is appreciation the same thing as understanding?
Re-Visiting Violet: Kandinsky's Pre-Dada Masterworkwith first extracts in EnglishJelena Hahl-Fontaine and Lissa Tyler Renaud
The Young Are BeggingZen MomentCrossing The AisleHave A Nice DayKookamungaJoe Chats With Xi
I Left at Dawn for the Eternal City:
It Seems That I Have Misplaced Several DaysPart ThreeBrian George
The WNO Champagne Celebration
Welcoming their first
audiences back to the Kennedy Center since the Covid-19 pandemic
From Dogpatch to Dogtown
San Francisco to Melbourne The Photography of Jon Rendell
New Wave New WorldThe Art of Philip Gerstein
Objective Correlative The Art of David Wiley
The Art of SS. Burrus
When the Earth is ravaged
and the animals are dying,a new tribe of people will appearon the Earth
She Loves Pepsi And He Drinks Coca-Cola Altenir Silva On Christmas Eve, Paul and Chloe realize their differences.
Coronavirus Solitary Vincent H. O'Neil
Why is this happening? What did I do to deserve this?
How do people I only know as faces on the TV get to send me to my room, and not tell me when I can come out again?
Theatre ThoughtsAn entertaining array of audio essays on an array
of theatre topics by an astute and entertaining essayist
You Don't Say!Occasional Musings by an occasionally amused writer
In a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to undress her by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue
Light Fantastic Weighty matters of brain neurons and addiction, two kisses,
single-malt scotch, and the green dance of blue and yellow lasers
Ear Buds What happens when we love our devices
— and they love us back
The Greed Gene A young couple is told by their genetic counselor that their child has the greed gene, there is nothing they can do
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