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A$AP Rocky’s “Long.Live.A$AP” (Deluxe Addition)

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A$AP Rocky's album helps to redefine a sound.

NSO pays tribute to Martin Luther King

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The Nashville Symphony Orchestra's concert was poignant and powerful.

Depending on the Kindness of Critics

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I've been accused of kindness many more times than I care to enumerate.

Ultraviolent “Django Unchained” a Provocative Tall Tale

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A movie review from our new partner, ArtsNash.

Joey Arias: Mayan Queen

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At Joe's Pub, the singer ushered in the end of the world. And Christmas.

Intrigue! Torture! Death!: Bellini’s “Beatrice di Tenda”

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The Collegiate Chorale performed the gorgeous bel canto opera at Carnegie Hall.

“The Medium” and Small Opera

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Grand opera is great, but un-grand opera takes risks more freely.

Tancredi and Clorinda Battle for Gotham

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Gotham Chamber Opera's season opened with "Orientale" at (Le) Poisson Rouge.

“Crossing the Line” Best When it Crosses Lines

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Two "Crossing the Line" Festival performances reviewed.

At Home with Columbus

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Artist Tatzu Nishi builds a deluxe apartment in the sky at Columbus Circle.

Mars on My Mind

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Tom Sachs's Mars mission at the Armory was a delight.

For Huffington Post: Ensnaring Critics in the ‘Spider-Man’ Web

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The whole idea that critics still operate in some lofty, rarefied universe is 1970 (or earlier) in its thinking.

New Review: The Satin Slipper or the Worst Is Not the...

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Director Peter Dobbins might have done himself and his ensemble a favor by not cutting the work down to a maddeningly hard-to-follow three hours.

Confessions of a Kirkus Reviewer

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The Kirkus Reviews style guide was Soviet in its bureaucratizing of English -- an Orwellian nightmare of do's, don'ts and how-dare-yous.

New Review: Juan and John

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Smith lets his feelings stay right on the surface -- like those hotheaded baseball players on that fateful August day.

New Review: Inventing Avi (And Other Theatrical Maneuvers)

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A zany comedy about the theater that actually lands far more humorous punches than you would think.

The Critics of Free Papers Suck? Talk About Overvalued Stock!

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A critic can still contribute meaningfully to the cultural equation, if he or she is good, without insisting on determining whether people's wallets are open or shut.

New Review: Eye of God

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Its title a Bible reference, this play may have you rooting for a released felon, even when you see he's committed an especially unspeakable crime.

Thinking About the National Arts Journalism Summit

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So what, exactly, was the point? From the looks of the 10 projects, a clear majority are already off-the-ground endeavors.

New Review: The Night Watcher

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At its core, "The Night Watcher" is Woodard's internal debate: Was it right for her and her husband to remain childless?
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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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?