TheatreMichael BettencourtExposing ExpositionOne of the pay-offs of doing a goodly amount of reviewing lately has been the opportunity to see my craft from a different angle — to look under the hood, so to speak, and watch the machinery whirl away.
UrbanityArthur MeiselmanVisageI live in an ugly country—not the latent, panoramic beauty of America's countryside— rather it's cities and towns. Unlike many places in Europe or Asia, American cities, for the most part, have no center.
TheatreNathan ThomasGrowing PainsI am simply telling the truth that acting is hard. It takes courage. There aren't really short cuts. And that this appears to be the case isn't bad. Easy isn't always good.
MediaLes MarcottOne Man and His Sling BladeIs someone who uses a top of the line, gas guzzling, multi horsepower, carbon fume emitting riding lawn mower on a lawn the size of a postage stamp utilizing appropriate technology? I think not.
HolidaysClaudine JonesTattered I've helped my oldest son make a Halloween costume on oh-so-many occasions over the years; each successive year it has become more & more of a production. He always has a 'concept'. One year it included contacts that turned his eyes into a lizard's.
FILM (Reviews)Men with GunsThe AmericanThe TownAnimal KingdomMiles David Moore
OPERANot exactly ParadiseSan Francisco Opera'sWertherRenate Stendhal
ARTS OF THAILANDHistoryThe Lost City ofWieng KumkamJanine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
WRITINGThe Steiny Roadto OperadomPaul Bowles and MeIt's an accessibly published fact that the Steiny Road Poet spent three weeks in Tangier with Paul Bowles in the late summer of 1982. Karren Alenier
MEDIALife Among the HeffalumpsOh, Those Pearls!:Barbara Billingsley, in memoriamI'm just weary of snarky, screaming, smug progressives as well as of Mean Girls, manning upand Mamma Grizzlies.Kathi Wolfe
POETRYthe second sunGriselda Steiner
CINEMALa Femme La Mujer La DonnaBuongiorno, Roma! First night at the Rome Film FestivalI happen to be in Rome for the 5th annual International Rome Film Festival and the event is a somewhat privileged segue way into the cradle of Western civilization.Lia Beachy
COMICSOld HippyThe Unrequited Love of My LifeElliot Feldman
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