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Are We Any Closer to Ending World Hunger, 15 Years After UN’s Millennium Development Goals?

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Although the UN vowed in 2000 to take on this challenge, lofty goals established more than a decade ago have not yet been met, and nonprofit organizations continue to struggle to meet demand. Read More »

Theater Review (Broadway, NYC): ‘On the Town’ by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green

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It would be a shame for any lover of great entertainment who can get to New York City to miss a production that has everything Broadway musicals at their very best can be. Read More »

Theatre Review (Baltimore): ‘Annie’ – The Musical Soars

"Issie Swickle as Annie and Sunny as Sandy in “Tomorrow”"

This production of the musical has everything the recent movie lacked – heart, exuberant performances, and gorgeous sets. Read More »

Inside The Media’s Absurd Coverage of Deflategate and How the NFL Is to Blame for It

The vilification of the New England Patriots over the weight of a football needs to stop - now. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Cats’ by Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Despite an uninvolving story and some dated music, 'Cats' has thrilling dancing and costumes, a still-enthralling garbage-dump set and a few evergreen songs. Read More »

Deflate-Gate Debate Threatens to Overshadow Super Bowl

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This mess has gone viral and probably won’t go away before the coin toss to start the Super Bowl on February 1. Read More »

Formats, Content and Design: The Future of Web Design

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The web is increasingly focused on simulating naturalistic human experiences in order to seamlessly integrate technology services into daily life. Read More »

Theater Review Round-up (Seattle): ‘Sprawl’ by WET, ‘The Secretaries’ by Theater Schmeater, and ‘The Lower Depths’ by Theatre Machine

(l to r) Megan Ahiers, Ashley Flannegan, Ashley Banker, Lisa Viertel and Monica Wulzen in Theater Schmeater's 'The Secretaries.'

Reviews of three productions that opened in Seattle this past weekend, from Washington Ensemble Theatre, Theater Schmeater and Theatre Machine. Read More »

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – Celebrate His Legacy By Following His Example

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It’s not enough to celebrate what he stood for and then get up tomorrow and go about business as usual. Read More »

Theater Review: ‘Measure for Measure’ at Seattle Shakespeare Company

Bradford Farwell as Angelo and Cindy Im as Isabella in Seattle Shakespeare Company's production of "Measure for Measure." Photo by John Ulman.

Seattle Shakespeare begins 2015 boldly with its production of one of Shakespeare's 'problem plays,' in which the horrific and the humorous exist simultaneously. Read More »