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Theater Review (LA): ‘The Country House’ by Donald Margulies

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Margulies’ new Broadway-bound comedy premieres at the Geffen Playhouse with the feel of a work in progress. Read More »

Book Review: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson's Pulitzer prize winning novel is a gentle exploration of the thoughts and musings of an elderly preacher. Read More »

Book Review: Life on Mars by Tracy K Smith

An extraordinary collection that will no doubt draw new readers, intrigued by what poetry is able to achieve. Read More »

Flopping Fiction: The Jury’s Out on the 2012 Pulitzer Prize

Failure to Pick Pulitzer in Fiction Due to Tweeting Error Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris at the Mark Taper Forum

Pulitzer Prize winning Clybourne Park makes a stop at the Mark Taper Forum on its way back to New York. Read More »

Book Review: Morning Miracle: Inside the Washington Post: A Great Newspaper Fights For its Life by Dave Kindred

Is there a place for the traditional newspaper in the internet age? Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): next to normal by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey at the 5th Avenue Theatre

A rock musical with its head and its heart in the right place. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Next to Normal by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey at the Ahmanson

The national tour of the much-heralded musical arrives in Los Angeles with Alice Ripley in the lead but a dubious take on mental illness. Read More »

Robert Allen Zimmerman’s 115th Dream…

Bob Dylan and His Influence On Popular Culture... Read More »

Why Liberals Just Adore and Defend Moslem Terrorists – to Death

OR, The Torrid Love Affair Between Two of the Oddest and Strangest Bedfellows Imaginable Read More »