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Tony Kushner, Oracle of the Upper West Side

55 minutes ago   |   NY Times

The most important living American playwright has a number of new projects on the horizon - and plenty more to say about how to make and enjoy art in an era of ongoing turbulence.
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National Endowment for the Arts Statement on National Medal of Arts Recipient Stephen Sondheim

National Endowment for the Arts Statement on National Medal of Arts Recipient Stephen Sondheim

7 hours ago   |   Arts   |   2 articles

National Endowment for the Arts Statement on National Medal of Arts Recipient Stephen Sondheim Liz Auclair Mon, 11/29/2021 - 19:08 Date Mon, 11/29/2021 - 12:00 Contact NEA...
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An Appreciation of Stephen Sondheim

An Appreciation of Stephen Sondheim

7 hours ago   |   Arts   |   2 articles

An Appreciation of Stephen Sondheim Date Mon, 11/29/2021 - 12:00 Don Ball Mon, 11/29/2021 - 19:14 Author By Greg Reiner Teaser Image thumbnail IMG 1759.jpg Body During the...
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Under the Radar Festival Returns, Smaller but Still Funky

18 hours ago   |   NY Times

The experimental festival at the Public Theater will return in person with fewer shows and, for the first time, performances outside New York City.
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Joaquina Kalukango and Amanda Williams on Creative Freedom

23 hours ago   |   NY Times

The “Slave Play” actress and the Chicago-based artist discuss generational gaps, success and the art that brought them each acclaim.
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‘Encanto' Reaches No. 1, but Moviegoers Are Tough to Lure Back

1 day ago   |   NY Times

No simultaneous streaming: “Encanto” or “House of Gucci” could only be seen in theaters this weekend. Even still, some viewers stayed home.
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Stephen Sondheim, as Great a Composer as He Was a Lyricist

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Our chief classical music critic remembers playing and teaching the unforgettable scores of “Sweeney Todd,” “Sunday in the Park With George” and other shows.
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Jennifer Nettles Had Sung ‘She Used to Be Mine.' But Not While Crying

1 day ago   |   NY Times

The country singer and musical-theater fan was grateful to play the intense title role in “Waitress” not long after her Broadway-themed album came out.
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Listen to Stephen Sondheim's 20 Essential Songs

1 day ago   |   NY Times

The lyricist and composer, who died on Friday, wrote dozens of piercing tunes for Broadway. Here is a selection of them, as lean as a Sondheim couplet.
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Kiki and Herb Will Be Back Where They Belong for Christmas

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Justin Vivian Bond and Kenny Mellman have resurrected their Christmas act for “a big, old chosen family reunion.”
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Brazilian Houses: 10 Designs with Rustic Stone Flooring

Brazilian Houses: 10 Designs with Rustic Stone Flooring

Montemor House / Brasil Arquitetura. Nowadays, many architects have been looking for inspiration in traditional techniques, adapting them to more contemporary designs. In this... Read more ...

Tony Kushner, Oracle of the Upper West Side

The most important living American playwright has a number of new projects on the horizon - and plenty more to say about how to make and enjoy art in an era of ongoing turbulence. Read more ...

The Guccis Are Really Not Happy About ‘House of Gucci'

When artistic license collides with reality, which one wins? Read more ...

How to Make a Personal Logo

Choose an emblem that represents an aspect of yourself that goes back to a childlike state. Simple actions and clear lines are best. Read more ...

Performing Twins Part Ways. Estrangement Ensues

In Elizabeth Weiss's debut novel, “The Sisters Sweet,” a vaudeville family is torn asunder by a sibling in search of a limelight of her own. Read more ...

Translation Is Hard Work. Lydia Davis Makes It Thrilling

In “Essays Two,” the acclaimed fiction writer and translator of Proust, Flaubert and others does a beautiful job of transmitting the satisfactions of working with language. Read more ...

A Book's Unlikely Pairing: Fernando Pessoa and Plane Crashes

James Hannaham's “Pilot Impostor” is a hybrid work of stories, essays, poems and visual art. Read more ...

Christmas in Puritan New England

Christmas in Puritan New England

Christmas in Puritan New England Christmas celebrations in New England were illegal during parts of the 17C. The Puritan community found no scriptural justification for... Read more ...

Tree Line Vista with Process Shots!

Tree Line Vista with Process Shots!

Tree Line Vista, 8 x 10, oil on panel, L. Daniel © 2021Available - Click for info Today's painting is one of my demos from the last workshop I taught in Georgia. We had a... Read more ...

Lion House: Rewriting the Story of Chicago's Historic 1912 Wildlife Center

Lion House: Rewriting the Story of Chicago's Historic 1912 Wildlife Center

© Tom Harris The historic lion house has long been a central element of Chicago 's Lincoln Park Zoo. When global architecture firm Goettsch Partners set out to renovate and... Read more ...