Spoken WordsMichael BettencourtEnglish Only?If I had my way I would draft legislation stating that Americans should learn at least, say, three new languages during their lives
BooksArthur MeiselmanMinding BooksIn a Thai village, a few years ago, I sat in a little, outdoor bar in the heat of the afternoon, drinking a cold beer. Sitting next to me, a villager, a farmer, taking a break.
TheatreNathan ThomasMeyerhold and DalcrozeIn the end, Meyerhold wanted to train actors and in the end, Jaques-Dalcroze wanted to train musicians
City LifeLes MarcottIn the NeighborhoodI often think of my own neighborhood as one of those truly unique places. It's a place where the affluent, the poor, and the very poor mingle
PoliticsMartin ChallisThe Tragedy of Kevin the King Here was a man who had commanded the highest popularity of any Prime Minister in history, sent to the backbenches like a whimpering schoolboy
TheatreClaudine JonesSuuuuuuuuuDoKu! I would posit that the only reason for being involved in theater arts in the first place is to participate in the game
FILM (Reviews) Family Secrets City Islandand the films ofRaymond De FellitaMiles David Moore
THEATREAmerican Conservatory TheaterThe Tosca ProjectCatherine Conway Honig
FILMTanzträumeA film about Pina Bausch's 'Kontakthof' danced by teenagers Renate Stendhal
ARTS OF THAILANDTheatreMadame Butterfly's Umbrellaand Sao Kruea FahJanine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
MUSICThe Steiny Road to OperadomJohn Adams: PerspectivesImagine the music of your favorite opera coming out of the pit onto the stage alone without voices and movement of the singers. Karren Alenier
POETRYLife Among the HeffalumpsTake My Iambic Pentameter....Please! Why Poetry, Art and Life, Need the Politically Incorrect, the Perverse and the Profane.Kathi Wolfe
FICTIONThe serialization of a new novel byMartin ChallisChapter Fourteen - HunterThey'd received a call 20 minutes earlier from a neighbour who'd heard screaming. Two detectives, Crowle and Earnshaw entered the kitchen, guns ready.
LIVING ARTLa Femme La Mujer La DonnaTime for SummerThe sun is shining. Grass is growing. Tomatoes are ripening. Hummingbirds are humming. Dogs and cats are napping in the light and warmth of day. And the only lines to be had should be tan lines.Lia Beachy
COMICSOld HippyThe Old Kokkers TableElliot Feldman
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