Cintra Wilson discusses Fear and Clothing
A party for the football illiterate
That was Drama Desk winner Bradford Louryk's idea, and it sounded so wonderfully sick yet perfectly sensible, I jumped aboard the second he announced it. Along with Kristen Johnston, Zachary Booth, Cintra Wilson, and other celebs and pop culture gurus, I will narrate the Super Bowl, which wi ... More >>
Clark Hoyt, public editor of the New York Times -- charged with trying "to help this newspaper live up to its own high journalistic standards" -- published his final column Sunday. Hoyt, a former Pulitzer Prize-winning editor reporter became the third man to hold the ombudsman position in 200 ... More >>
I've got questions, she's got answers, and so on and so on.
When the crackling analytical mind of writer Cintra Wilson speaks, I sit my ass down and listen. And Cintra has some kooky yet apparently essential theater to trumpet. She just emailed me to tout her friend Matt Prager's new show at the NY Musical Theater workshop—a musical bio of Kathie Lee Giffo ... More >>
The New York Times has tended to treat the goth phenomenon as a foreign sub-culture, as in its 2004 Business report on Bleeding Edge dolls ("The Goth culture, which emerged in 1980 or so around bands like Bauhaus, was in part a reaction to the sunny materialism of the Reagan era") and Ruth La Ferla' ... More >>