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Antarctica: The Final Frontier for Artists and Writers?
An Oct. 3 live Skype from Antarctica at a Connecticut museum highlights science "on the ice" -- and art.
Athens Burns Bright: Cultural Industry Tour Set For 2019
US arts producers can now rediscover Greece -- post-crisis, and very much on the rise.
Yinka Shonibare MBE’s ‘Wind Sculpture’ Is Disappointing Public Art
A bloodless public sculpture doesn't adequately address the bloody themes it claims to.
Bildungsroman, Baby! Lisa Locascio’s Debut Novel, ‘Open Me’
An erotic first novel about a young American abroad gradually grows more eloquent.
What I Learned Marching for International Women’s Day in Peru
Silent language: it is what the disenfranchised share.
The Unbearable Pettiness of the New Nationalism
No amount of healthcare or job retraining is going to appease someone whose real problem is multiculturalism and a tolerant, liberal society.
Peace in 1,800,000 Steps: Songwriter Rand Bishop’s Journey
Fed up with the country's meanness, Rand Bishop took 1,800,000 radical steps.
Trump: Three-Dimensional Chess, One-Dimensional Mind
Trump has now introduced himself on the world stage. God knows what's next.
Must Be The Bourbon: Inclusive Classical Music In Kentucky
In Louisville, the vision of "golden age of orchestral music" may be close at hand.
The De Wolfe Questionnaire: Michelle Hensley
The Artistic Director and Author shares her wonder at travel, family and her adopted home.
Dominic Dromgoole Goes “Globe”-trotting with Hamlet
A new book describes the mission to perform "Hamlet" in every country on earth.
Opening Doors and Minds with Theater in Italy
The Global Theatre Project brings the theatrical off the stage and onto the ground.
10 Resolutions to End This Effed-Up Year of Trump
Let's be honest and kill the orange elephant in the room.
Las Vegas: Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Museums and More
Hot nightlife, bizarre museums, thrill-rides, insane shopping -- and, yes, showgirls.
In Orlando, Your Tickets for the “Streetmosphere” Awaits!
There’s a lot more than just The Mouse.
Paris Askew Part Deux: La Rupture
The night I went to the Comédie-Française, an actor lost it onstage.
Liberty, Equality, Atrocity: Paris in a Time of Terror
The French state has committed its own share of crimes against its Arabic citizens.
Mind the Gap, London, and Farewell
England has given me a gift: a pair of gimlet eyes.
Home Again: Back in the South
James heads home and laments the difficulties of escaping China.
Sick and Smoggy in Shanghai: Part 1
A virus causes James to think about the role of place on his health.
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