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Zut! How Fashionable Is Paris in the Summer?

These days Parisians dress a lot like you and me.

Embracing Love and Tech in Large-Scale “Play/Date”

A mashup of fact with fiction (and marketing).

Hyeon Jung Kim: Art of Work

The Korean-born artist's show examines art as a form of manual labor.

Quasi-Legal Drones in the Game of Obamarama

What does “continued and imminent” mean?
Joe Langston at his broadcast desk.

Send Out the Clown, Send In the Kindhearted Anchorman

There are plenty of things in this world that step out of the abyss and scare the hell out of you like Bozo the Clown.

The ’80s Sequel No One Wants, Starring POTUS and the Veep

The guy in the jacket isn't Michael J. Fox.

A Reply to ‘For Women Playwrights, Did 50-50 in 2020 Fail?’

I’m going to attempt to answer these questions.

Battle Ballet: Artistic Integrity vs. Commercial Viability

The goal is easy: make everyone happy, all the time.

Bill Maher: Obama is a “Drop-Dead Atheist”

"The church was not an integral part of their lives before they got married, after they got married."

How Nonprofiteers Can Love (or Leave) Their Work

It's also OK to fall out of love.

Exhibition Shows You Can Judge a Book by Its Dust Jacket

Gatsby to Garp at the Morgan Library features iconic book designs.

For Women Playwrights, Did 50-50 in 2020 Fail?

What about all other women?

Economic Meltdown Zombies: They’re Baaaack!

Derivatives again are devouring, subprime lending is stalking, as Washington deflects by talking a good game.

Pearls and “Jules”: David Sabella Revives Julian Eltinge

Revisiting an acclaim that very few other stars have achieved.
Hillary Clinton

Issues, Opponents Challenge Hillary Clinton From the Left

MD Gov. Martin O'Malley will have a leg up on challengers to Ms. Clinton.
"True Fans" marquee

Bill Rosenfield on Playwriting in the U.S. and U.K.

"Nobody asks you to be a playwright... You can't expect the way the system works to change for you. It isn't going to."

No More Universal Suckage: The Case for Dance/USA

Anything eventually attaining greatness must first be made to suck less.

Is War a Racket? An Honored Marine General Said “Yes!”

Multi-medal Leatherneck Smedley Butler publicly decried the military-industrial complex’s endless war profiteering.

Bill Cunningham’s “Facades” of Fashion and Architecture

The famous photographer and model Editta Sherman take to the streets.

Handicapping the End of the Supreme Court Term

As Roberts marches right, Kennedy determines the direction.