Arts & Entertainment


The Woman Who Wasn’t There

The Woman Who Wasn’t There

There’s a good reason Tania Head’s 9/11 survival story was frequently characterized as almost unbelievable. None of it was true.

Published 04/30/2012

 

Exporting Raymond

Exporting Raymond

Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal finds remaking the show in Russia a humbling, frustrating experience.

Published 03/15/2011

 

Whistling Past the Graveyard

Whistling Past the Graveyard

Many people regard whistling as an irritant. But some whistlers say it’s on the verge of returning to prominence.

Published 01/22/2011

 

The Acoustics of Performance Halls

The Acoustics of Performance Halls

Critics, musicians, and audiences alike condemned the acoustics of Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall after it opened in 1962, spawning a new profession: the concert hall acoustician.

Published 09/21/2010

 

Typo Negative

Typo Negative

Armed with markers and correction fluid, Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson—co-authors of “The Great Typo Hunt”—are on a mission to rid the world of misspelled words, mislaid apostrophes, and other impediments to clear communication.

Published 08/17/2010

 

Downstream: Death of the Mighty Colorado

Downstream: Death of the Mighty Colorado

The once-indomitable Colorado River has been reduced to a trickle of its former self.

Published 08/08/2010

 

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