Mean-looking boats take to the water
If you ever had any doubts about whether the global pop promotion game was an intellectual enterprise as well as an entrepreneurial movement, this year's 10th pairing of NYC's annual Global Fest with the yearly Association of Professional Arts Presenters' conference would set you straight. APAP fir ... More >>
As you probably heard, someone bombed downtown Oslo, Norway and shot up kids in nearby Utoya, killing 93 people. it turns out that the suspect is not a jihadist but an anti-jihadist -- Anders Behring Breivik, a real deport-them-all, Norway-for-the-Norwegians type who denounced "multiculturalism," "p ... More >>
Don't mess with TonyAnthony Bourdain has many a bone to pick in his latest blog post for No Reservations. First up, a justifiable critique of this year's James Beard Awards theme.
A trio of songwriters hit Littlefield
White-nationalist reads in the United States and Europe reflect anti-migrant hatred in a grim economy
Yinka Shonibare brings his headless dandies to Brooklyn
We keep forgetting that ethnic groups are not just the spices in our multiethnic stew of cliches, they're also voting blocs. When some Jewish groups complained that the Jets were playing two games that observant Jews couldn't attend because of religious holidays -- one on Rosh Hashanah, one too cl ... More >>
West Side Story returns to Broadway
A celebration of Native theater artists
The subject of a new documentary, Lacanian philosopher Slavoj Zizek argues for self-mockery as the ultimate form of seriousness
Romping through the Greek pantheon with splashy verve
Master director Peter Brook brings a frayed community Tierno Bokar, a multicultural fable
Suede magazine wants advertisers to see its true colorsand spend some real green
Baggage claim: In Spielberg fable, Hanks's idiot savant takes American customs to heart
Transsexuals, Without the P.C.
Keeping Up the Struggle Against Police Violence
FedEx Says No Haircut, No Job
The National Pastime Finally Reaches Out To Its International Fan Base
Tseng Kwong Chi Was Everyman in a Mao Suit
Is It Time To Move Beyond Multiculturalism?