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Theater Review (NYC): ‘A Serious Banquet’ by This Is Not A Theatre Company

a serious banquet by this is not a theatre company

The crème de la crème of the Paris avant-garde of a century ago mingle with dinner guests, converse about art, and serve dinner in this high-spirited exercise in immersive theater. Read More »

Why All College Students Should Be English Majors

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All colleges and universities should mandate that every student declare a dual major – English and something else of their choice. Read More »

DVD Review: The Stein Family, The Making of Modern Art

The Steins, Gertrude and siblings, discover modern art. Read More »

DVD Review: Art of the Western World

Great western art through the ages. Read More »

What About Art for Art’s Sake? NYC Department of Education Plans to Test the Arts

If New York City proceeds with testing on the arts, it will be just another case of ignorance and wanting to improve something but ruining it. Read More »

The Creative Energy of Quilts

Contemporary quilts show more creative energy than contemporary paintings. Read More »

Book Review: Vanished Smile: The Mysterious Theft of Mona Lisa by R. A. Scotti

For two years Mona Lisa was missing. This is the history of her kidnapping, and safe return, to the Louvre. Read More »

Intentions: Good and Otherwise

Reaction to an author's essay leads to some thoughts about intention in writing. Read More »

Book Review: Catch Picasso’s Rooster by Julie Appel and Amy Guglielmo

Go ahead... Try and Catch Picasso's Rooster. He's quick! Read More »