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Hugh Hefner: A Son of a Bitch. God Rest His Soul.

People are complicated, few more so than Hugh Hefner.

“The Deuce”: Vivid Portrait of Pre-Disney 42nd Street Sleaze

"The Deuce" has the earmarks of a great show, but will it live up to its potential?

Meet the Group Standing Up to Your White Nonsense

The volunteer-run White Nonsense Roundup is fighting racism on social media.

At 40, Spiderwoman Theater Remains Emblem of Native Spirit

"If we're going to write a Native story, we have Native people in it."

Disney vs. Stravinsky: Titans Clash in Off-Broadway Premiere

Stravinsky didn’t realize that the whole story was going to be about dinosaurs...

Sarah Goldhagen: How Built Forms Form Us

Goldhagen discusses the science of architecture's powerful effects on human beings.

Why Do We Love Guilty TV? Three Women Explain Everything

Why watching trashy, guilty TV provides comfort in today's world.

Reaching the Right: What Is Arts and Culture Doing Wrong?

Why the cultural sector isn't reaching right-wing conservatives -- and why it matters

Crystal Field: Making Street Theater for Five Decades

In street theater, "you have only yourself, your passion and what you believe in."

How Did “GoT” Get So Damned Popular? A Fan Explains.

The show abounds in families. Be it toxic or supportive, we all have them.

Arts, Culture, Entertainment Are Made in America, Too

The Trump Administration's Made in America Week was missing something fundamental.

For Medieval Scholars, “Game of Thrones” is Bittersweet

GoT has drawn new interest to medieval times while also furthering misconceptions.

IndieSpace: New Lease on Life for Off-Off-Broadway?

Building connections between artists and the real estate community.

What Cultural Facilities Forget: The Nuyorican Rules

Too many cultural organizations and facilities have lost sight of these simple rules.

Looking for a Job in Theater? Chicago Is Hiring!

Provide a salary history starting with your third-grade allowance.

Qatar Dispute Plays Out at Ancient Pyramids of Sudan

For the Beja people, Sudan's pyramids are a crucial part of the economic ecology.

“Elite” Is Not a Dirty Word

Elitism is the only thing that can save the democratic world order.

Summer Read: Hot-Blooded Saga of a New York Immigrant

Anna Fishbeyn's brash and impressive debut novel queries, "What price assimilation?"

What’s Hot? Constructing and Managing Outdoor Stages

A sculpture park thinking about performance opportunities?

How Artists Can Get Out of the Country — and Why

"I wish more American artists had a more global perspective..."
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