In David Henry Hwang's new play, everybody speak with forked tongue
Pulitzer winner David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly) once again sets his sights on the seductive yet complex relationship between the West and China with his play Chinglish, in which a businessman goes to Guiyang to score a lucrative contract and finds that the dotted line might be a little blurr ... More >>
Flying Lotus, yet another outstanding cultural accessory to smoking weed. Photo by Timothy SaccentiIn this week's Village Voice, Rob Harvilla writes the definitive piece on the Hold Steady's newest, Heaven Is Whenever, while Mike Powell explains the omnivorous electronic headphone music of L. ... More >>
The 2010 Tony nominations are out, and the yearly ceremony that becomes more and more designed to persuade people from anywhere but New York City to spend money on theater is soon to follow. The idea behind the Tonys is simply to get Broadway to appeal to the rest of America in a big, fancy ... More >>
Cher via WikipediaAs a kid, I was really good at math. Then Cher came along. After that, I only cared about hair, navels, and half breeds. So I desperately need some help in understanding the Goldman Sachs mess currently being investigated.
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