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September 18, 2010

Examining exile: Polonia's photo history

The Renaissance Society's new exhibit featuring Polish artist Allan Sekula focuses on nearly all aspects of the Polish identity.


October 6, 2009

PRIDE 2009 all this week

Queer and Associates offers a bevy of fun events from the 17th to the 25th as part of PRIDE 2009.


April 20, 2009

Wanna see the original Grey Gardens?

For those awaiting the premiere of HBO's Grey Gardens on Saturday night, the original 1975 documentary is now available on youtube in its entirety.


April 18, 2009

Mouret gives pensive answer to Shall We Kiss?

Although weighed down by colorless dialogue and rather forced farce, Emmanuel Mouret's French film Shall We Kiss makes up in romance what it lacks in comedy.


April 3, 2009

Combo of camp, satire make Urinetown golden

UT's Urinetown, directed by Jonathan Berry, imagines a world where water is so scarce that private toilets have become a thing of the past.


March 6, 2009

The Oscars have been outsourced

As expected, Slumdog Millionaire triumphed with 8 Oscars. But there were a few surprises in the mostly predictable telecast.


February 23, 2009

Strong acting, new setting take U.T.’s Tartuffe to the top

U.T.'s production of Tartuffe shows us a different side of Moliere's great play: its depiction of the deep risks and numberless rewards of falling in love.


February 20, 2009

Race across America

Jeremiah Wright’s speech shows America’s unique willingness to discuss race issues.


February 17, 2009

Zaleski and Horvath MarketCafe on 47th

Those who hasn't paid a visit to this little deli are missing out on something special.


February 15, 2009