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Solving the Challenge of Gender Equity in the Arts

The next iteration of the Marbury Project needs your help.

TV Criticism So White and Male

The voices establishing the canon and critical language of TV echo its lack of diversity.

Composers: Create the Music for Our Upcoming Podcast

We're launching a contest to select the music for our upcoming podcast The Scene.

A Survey of Art’s Best in 2015

A list of lists.

“Curious Incident” and Autistic Actors on Broadway

Why would "thousands" of people protest actor Tyler Lea?

The Theater Industry Is the Problem With Theater

We are ignoring the elephant in the room.

Was Jeb Bush Really Being “Pedantic”?

"The 20 years I've spent as a copy editor won't allow me to let her get away with misusing the word."

How to Write about a Terrible Performance

Critic James Jorden demonstrates a constructive way to loathe a performance.

Remembering the Brilliant Stories of Mavis Gallant

"The New Yorker" fiction writer, who died last year, is unfairly too obscure.

Critical I: Linda Winer, Newsday

"The cheese stands alone."

Interfering for Good in Human Matters

Avoid Jacob Marley's regrets and stand with the powerless from the start.

Critical I: Misha Berson, Seattle Times

"It takes a special person (or masochist) to self-select this job..."

Why Is the ADL Wasting Its Time with Nicki Minaj?

I'm pretty sure Minaj isn't hell bent on exterminating the Jews.

The Dramaturgy of Television News

If TV news looks believable, sounds accurate and feels objective, that doesn’t mean it is.

Journalism by the Riff Raff

Journalism can be practiced well or poorly -- by anybody at all.

Highlights of a Chat with Williams Biographer John Lahr

Much ado about how "Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh" evolved.

Fashion Mags Play the September Numbers Game

Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, Glamour are down for the count.

Roger Ebert and Me: Tales From the Red Lion Inn

The author remembers some good times that didn't make it into the Ebert doc "Life Itself."

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.
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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?