Don’t even think of complaining that ‘there’s nothing to do.’
Archives for May 2012
Why is it we can stare at sculptures and paintings of naked men, women and children in a museum, but to see the real thing is considered by many to be vulgar?
This week the hounds have their eyes on two one-person shows from the adult Korean adoptee perspective, a festival of ten minute theater pieces, and a cadre of refugee musicians from Sierra Leone who’ve become one of the most joyous live acts around.
At a recent TED Talk, Watts beat the speakers at their own game, managing to sound brilliant while making no sense whatsoever.
One critic says productivity hurts the arts in the long run.
Critics find this production smart and rich, with compelling multi-layered performances.
Celebrate the seasons of the rural north with Vermont’s premier puppeteers
Tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander delivered an intense two sets of jazz standards Saturday night at St. Paul’s Artists Quarter.
The weekly cube conversation on things cinematic
Local and national hip hop acts come out to play this week