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When Ari Melber Gets ‘In Your Face’

Or, satire is not "what closes on Saturday night."

Sackler, Altria, MacArthur: Ethical Quicksand in Big Philanthropy

Is our collective conscience bothered before we accept the gift or after the public outcry?

Another Crash, Another Arts Funding Downward Spiral?

We're not being alarmist. The signs are already there.

Living the Theater of the Absurd

The symptoms of this pathology begin with malevolent myth and end, inevitably, in violence.

In ‘Network’ on Broadway, Design Battles Howard Beale

Played by a craggy, and mesmerizing Bryan Cranston, he's not going to take it anymore.

Jamal Khashoggi and the Death of American Decency

Action with dark or selfish intent is troubling. Indifference in the face of injustice is evil.

Why Deana Lawson, Artist, Silenced Steven Nelson, Scholar

To defend her brand, an artist silenced a scholarly critique of her work. Why you should be terrified.

Is the President Guilty Until Proven Guiltier? Or Indictable?

We accepted long ago that the skill sets sought in a president lend themselves to moral lapses and casual corruption.

2017 Politics Got You Down? Let William Dean Howells Be Your...

Nationalistic rhetoric, fear of immigrants, police killings of citizens? How the Haymarket case reflects 2017 politics.

I Was Haunted by Kent State Then. It’s Worse Now.

It's not because of the Second Amendment. It’s because of the NRA.

This Is Aurin Squire: From Side Jobs to “This Is Us”

The life of a playwright has many upsides: the high that comes from immersing yourself in your characters, the joy of being part of...

Theater Critic Helen Shaw: Monster in the Audience

"We prepare and experience and think and respond, but know? I don't know anything."

“Elite” Is Not a Dirty Word

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

The De Wolfe Questionnaire: Jennifer Stahl, Dance Magazine

The Editor in Chief of Dance Magazine on authors, family and changing to running shoes.

Sarah Palin’s Gift to America: Our Incoherent President

How could a barely literate person get in the White House? Two words: Sarah Palin.

Defining Diversity Down: The Meaning of Jesse Green

In an article in Exeunt Magazine (featuring, among others, CFR contributor Martha Wade Steketee), there's a thoughtful roundtable that gently laments the hiring of...

Alex Mohajer: Bros4America and the Truth Behind Trump

A podcast with HuffPo's Alex Mohajer on his advocacy group and Trump's legitimacy.

Now Hiring: Editors, Contributors for The Clyde Fitch Report

We're growing! And hiring new editors and contributors.

Donald J. Tramp Crashes World Puppetry Day

Nasty puppetry. Nasty, nasty puppetry.

After Lyn Gardner: Want Great Arts Coverage? Pay For It.

Short of paywalls, what is the solution?

What I Got Out of My Lunch with the New NEA...

In June 2018, President Trump appointed Mary Anne Carter to be Acting Chair of the National Endowment for the Arts. The press at the...
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