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Theater Review: ‘Degas in New Orleans,’ A New York Musical Premiere

Degas in New Orleans

Before he was a renowned French Impressionist painter, Edgar Degas visits his family in New Orleans to help restore their fortunes. What he finds is his beloved cousin Estelle and his family are decline and the city of New Orleans is in chaos. Read More »

Book Review: The Art Book: New Edition, Edited by Various

An invaluable resource for any household as it give readers the opportunity to form their own opinion on the relative merits of each work. Read More »

DVD Review: Lonesome (Criterion Collection)

A classic of silent cinema by a little known director who went on to a career as an anthropologist. Read More »