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The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist

Watching scenes being filmed was “as horribly transfixing as watching a baby crawl across the freeway,” writes Greg Sestero in “The Disaster Artist.” No one envisioned that The Room would one day screen to sold-out audiences around the world.

Published 11/23/2013

 

A Christmas Story

A Christmas Story

How television turned A Christmas Story into a holiday classic, complete with its own mecca, the Christmas Story House and Museum.

Published 11/22/2013

 

Trash Dance

Trash Dance

Trash Dance, a critically-acclaimed “trash truck ballet,” illustrates how workers in unenviable low-income jobs have something more to offer — given the opportunity to rise above the drudgery of their daily routines.

Published 03/12/2013

 

Leonardo and the Last Supper

Leonardo and the Last Supper

At the time of da Vinci’s death in 1519 the Mona Lisa and most of his other paintings were unknown to the world at large — and Leonardo considered himself to have been a failure.

Published 02/27/2013

 

Should Opera Go Back to the Future?

Should Opera Go Back to the Future?

Would opera benefit if performances were social events, as opposed to the solemn engagements they are today? And should audience members be permitted to use their iPads?

Published 12/10/2012

 

Proverbial Wisdom (Defined)

Proverbial Wisdom (Defined)

Published compilations of proverbs have failed to keep up with the expanding repertory. Enter “The Dictionary of Modern Proverbs.”

Published 05/13/2012

 

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