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Eric Bogosian has been looking back on his old angry work lately and laughing. The former monologist who used to speak about substance abuse and dangerous sex has been sifting through two decades of work for an upcoming book "100 Monologues" and a
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Conn. (AP) Looking for some waterfront property in tony Greenwich? A 50-acre compound known as Copper Beach Farm has hit the market with an asking price of $190 million. The Greenwich Time (http://bit.ly/16LrVcd ) reports the property includes a
Yet at the end, when Mr. Vaughan and Mr. Margolin lay on the floor of the upstairs space, fingers entwined, staring dreamily up at a chalky string sculpture they had spent the past hour and change wordlessly weaving, my mind drifted elsewhere, to a
Four lost fruitcakes in various states of undress slumped on a row of chairs. Group Show begins like an early David Lynch film, a mood of surreal suburbia and the oddities that lie behind each door uniting this showcase of five short works by
Beth Yarnelle Edwards' Suburban Dreams , now at the Oakland Museum of California, plunges viewers into the spotlessly carpeted heart of middle-class Silicon Valley. As the second installment of the museum's three-part California Photography series,
I sometimes wore my mother's old poodle skirts when I was in high school and, well, we've all seen the Flashdance look on today's middle schoolers. There are some things that become symbols of an era's misguided choices, a shorthand for bad style...
The well-known face who calls Lexington home is making his local stage debut email@example.com It turned out, Equity, which has rules about what shows its members may act in, needed only paperwork to get Zahn a guest artist contract. "It didn'
From The Washington Monthly , Obama's game of chicken: Lina Khan on the untold story of how the administration tried to stand up to big agricultural companies on behalf of independent farmers, and lost. How to survive societal collapse in suburbia:
The last thing I expected when I tuned in to this week's Saturday night Lifetime movie, Last Hours in Suburbia , was a snarky screenplay, but that's what I got. Granted, in terms of plot this movie lives up to its comically ominous title, but its