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Che: Evolution of an Image

Everyone has seen the ubiquitous picture of Che Guevara, but where does this famous image come from? Read More »

Right on Schedule: James Patterson

A Mega-Author with A Million Due Dates Comes Around for Interview Times Read More »

Something Weird This Way Comes: Tim Burton at MoMA

700+ plus drawings and objects give insight into the famous director's mind at his MoMA retrospective. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Hamlet with Jude Law

Jude Law tackles his most serious role yet in a traditional production at the Broadhurst Theater. Read More »

Art Review (NYC): Vermeer’s Milkmaid at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

A rare chance to see a jewel of a masterpiece. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Confidence Man by Woodshed Collective

A "Choose Your Own Adventure" play, on a boat, under the Manhattan skyline – does it get much better? Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Twelfth Night with Anne Hathaway at Shakespeare in the Park

This lively traditional production of Shakespeare's great comedy is a delight. Read More »

Scandalous Professorship of Poetry

Dirty, lecherous poetry? Only on the British side of the pond. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Cherry Orchard

Tragedy or comedy, Chekhov's final play retains its greatness in its latest New York production. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): 33 Variations

Beethoven's music (and the maestro himself) come to life in the characters of Moises Kaufman's new play. Read More »