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Monthly Archives: March 2014

What to Do When the Moths Converge

Reweavers can do magic but they are disappearing.

The Cray Cray History of Ballet

Let’s all embrace that ballet history is weird.

In the Name of Michael, Broadway Battles Bullying

On Jan. 23, 11-year-old Michael Morones tried to hang himself from his bunk bed.

Frances Fisher Makes “Resurrection” Come Alive

I called "The Blacklist" and "Sleepy Hollow" and now I’m calling this one.

No Change on Climate Change, Are Fuel Cells the Answer?

Current federal environmental policy is flat out unacceptable.

Hobby Lobby, Birth Control and Dissent

What I Learned from Loving Phil Donahue

Exhibition Offers Digital Design Utopia

Digital technology and manufacturing can change the world.

President Obama’s Political Bracket

No matter what teams he picks...

Are Theater Critics Becoming Extinct?

Newspapers drop arts criticism in a troubled culture.
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Partisanship Brutalizes a Great American Doctor

Then the realities of today’s politics sink in.

The Purpling of the South

The Texas and Georgia governor’s races are a bellwether into the coming elections.
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Premiere of Ben Folds Piano Concerto at Nashville Symphony

The composer's diverse sources energized the audience.

Ronan Farrow’s Resume

His poor showing on MSNBC shows why qualifications matter.

UN and US Water Concerns Increase

Global energy consumption, national drought and pollution: all strain water supply.

Ukraine: Where Politics and Economics Again Part Ways

For the past 60 years, the U.S. has invested more money in its global neighbors than in its own people.
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Play Clothes for Billionaires in NYT’s “T” Fashion Magazine

Unrealistic-to-ludicrous trends in men's fashion from the "Times."

TV Legend Dick Cavett Recreates History Off-Broadway

An alchemy of warmth, depth, range, skill, charm and humor. Always humor.

Critical I: Wendy Rosenfield, Philadelphia Inquirer

"Critics must advocate for wider representation among us and in the work we see."

Online Test: Casting Assumptions

Is your first thought your best when it comes to diversity?

Conservative Politics: Manipulative, Un-American, Successful

Propaganda and cynical use of potent symbols can sway voters.