Perverse heroines and supreme sacrifices in the year's best comics
Books by Andri Snær Magnason, Wendy Guerra, Rosa Montera, and Paul Elie
And try to bring back the group listen
Up to our neck in tech
And is Spanglish something to celebrate?
Live actors take a backseat in four festival shows—a roundup review
It is understandable that Zadie Smith, in the current New York Review of Books, would proclaim the death of the traditional nineteenth-century novel (or the novel of "lyrical Realism," as she calls it). Smith, as a practitioner of the form herself, sees quite clearly that the avant-garde, anti-narra ... More >>
Stage and screen wrestle it out at the Brick's new fest
Grease and A Midsummer Night's Dream revisit familiar territory
Plus Best of 2006 and Taxi tales
Power, professionalism, and perversity: Looking back at the 2006 art scene
From call girl ads to bits of soap, beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Negotiating the distance between extremes of feeling and intellect
Tomorrow's photographers confront the present
Taken minutes or months apart, with time woven into them
From missing organs to phantom authors, the task of the translator gets trés bizarre
Phenomenology, folksonomy, and the reification of personal experience made fun, easy, and social
The big Parade: A found-footage assemblage remembers the selling of Adolf Hitler, pop icon
Photo finish: Calling for a four-year moratorium on a fashionable, far too overworked trend
From HBO to Off-Broadway: Tony Kushner's Epic Theater of Identity
The Fine Art of Picking a Shtick
The Revolution Is Televised
Two Plays by Stanislaw Witkiewicz
The Bookworm and the Angel
Teenage Wasteland? Not in These Shows.
Studying Consumer Affairs
How Should Theater Respond to September 11?
When Fashion Became Unfashionable During 'Fashion Week'
A Roving Ethnographers View From the Factory Floor
Reverend Billys Consumer Rejection Act
Digital Graffiti or Communication Breakthrough?
Sonic Youth in Occupied America