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Bob Fosse Dances Through a New Biography

Sam Wasson looks at a enormously gifted man's chronic lack if assurance.

Ready for Medicare: The Emmy Awards at 65

Two words - Sofia Vergara - it's all downhill after that.

Daytime, Oh, Daytime…Wherefore Art Thou?

Fifty year old "General Hospital" is still the best that daytime has to offer.

The Emmy Nominations Are Out and There’s a “New Girl in...

The new girl's name? Netflix.

…And Now a Word or Two About The Theatre World Awards

Check out the hands-down, no-contest awards show winner.

On the Future of American Symphonies

Frumpy programming doesn't make for successful orchestras.

Rupert Everett and The Sheridan Morley Prize

"Vanished Years" wins valuable 2013 theater biography prize.

Entertation Index Jan. 14 – 25: Cera & Bieber Try Something...

Justin Bieber and Michael Cera both act Justin Bieber's age, and more!

Turner Prize to Price, Herzog Garners Times Prize

During UK award fete, Jude Law accuses government of "cultural vandalism" for EBacc.

Louise Erdrich, Katherine Boo Win National Book Awards

Novel "The Round House," nonfiction "Beyond the Beautiful Forevers" take top honors.

The Kennedy Center Honors: Deliberately Anti-Latino?

If you believe the twin imperatives of merit and diversity are distinct, that is.

Columbia Announces New Kennedy Prize for Historical Theater

$100,000 award named in memory of musical-theater fan Sen. Edward Kennedy.

Shapiro, Pamatmat, Zubizarreta, Findlay Honored with Princess Grace Awards

This year's statue winner -- which includes a $25,000 gift -- is Tony-winning director Anna Shapiro.

Mac, Hurlin, Parson, Jarmusch, MacLaughlin Win MAP Fund Awards

One million in grant money divided among 40 projects.

Clyde Fitch Report Nominated for Kreativ Blogger Award

The CFR is proud to make the list -- and to nominate seven other blogs for consideration.

Pulitzer Implosion: Hey, Mr. McNulty, I’m Talking to You, Sir

There is this thing called resigning, called putting one's money where one's mouth is.

The Fickle New York Drama Critics Circle Yields to Finkle

Finkle's admittance is a major step forward for NYDCC, which styles itself L'Académie fran√ßaise of the NYC stage but appears musty-fusty as Voltaire's tomb.

HERE Plucking New Artists for HARP

HARP nurtures hybrid artists and their audiences through cross-disciplinary exchange, peer-driven discussions and long-term development.

Douglas J. Cohen Wins Noël Coward Prize

The winner of the Noël Coward Prize is for "The Gig," based on a screenplay by Frank D. Gilroy.

New Articles: Scream Awards Preview and the Ubiquitous Curtis Stone

I have accepted a freelance gig as a film/TV blogger for AOL.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?