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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Atomic Bomb

The “Times” Said a Bad, Bad Word

Here's a hint: Norman Mailer spelled it "fug."

My Summer Ends with a New Jersey Political Glow

Congress should try our columnist's Jersey Shore vacation.

A Threat to Justice Everywhere

They should never see the sun again, and die alone.

The Art of Transformation

Transformation isn't about the poof!

“This Town” – A Review of Mark Leibovich’s Washington Expose

This book's an amusing look at corruption that's not the least bit amusing.

Syria: Symbol of Our Government’s Endless-War Addiction

Washington needs an enemy to keep your mind off the economy.

Chinese Mine Threatens Afghan Buddhas

A filmmaker documents the site and calls for preservation.

Rays of Light or Dying Candles?

From our nation's capitol to North Carolina: glimmers of hope in quelling government intrusion.

Arts Administrators: “Lead Like a Comet from the Heart”

I was looking for inspiration and a creative solution, the "why" that would fix my malaise.

Detroit, Deaccession and the Cultural Role of Museums

A museum collection is more than the sum of its artworks.

Bradley Manning: Within the Torture, Signs of Victory

The soldier's actions and trial have helped ignite global transparency.

Horror in a Broken Circle

Junji Ito's manga series "Uzumaki" is a bizarre take on terror.
The Doctors Who

It’s A Whovian, Whovian World We Live In!

The 12th Doctor arrives in town, and the sonic screwdriver goes to Peter Capaldi.
Red Bastard

Dateline Edinburgh – The Original Impulse

The Red Bastard is challenging...oh, and also entertaining.

Let’s Hear It for Marion Dougherty and Casting Genius

Here's how the New York casting director changed Hollywood right through today.

Need a Constitution? We’re Not Using This One

Now it is the government that has privacy-and the citizens who have none at all.

Consequences and the Limits of Tolerance: Boycotting Card

The fist of Card's beliefs never stopped short of the nose of his intended victims.

Andrew Rudin Responds to the Metropolitan Opera

A composer defends and explains his petition to the Metropolitan Opera.

Choosing an Undergraduate Theatre Department

Buyer beware! A university's reputation often is little more than "folklore."

American Majority Finally Opposes NSA Surveillance

Jimmy Carter: "America does not at the moment have a functioning democracy."
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