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OCT 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Theater: 'Fortress Of Solitude' Soars At The Public

THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE *** 1/2 out of **** THE PUBLIC THEATER Musicals cover every topic under the sun: rebellion, forbidden love, politics, passion, war, peace, family, despair, death and of course love in all its forms. But friendship -- that enduring aspect of our lives (especially in a world where marriages come and go) -- friendship is not often ...

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OCT 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Theater: Tepid Nite 'On The Town;' Overwrought 'Belle'

ON THE TOWN ** out of **** THE BELLE OF AMHERST ** out of **** ON THE TOWN ** out of **** LYRIC THEATRE How can you fail with On The Town? This bubbly, classic musical is filled with great musical numbers and a book by Comden and Green with music by Leonard Bernstein, comic characters that allow numerous actors ...

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OCT 17, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Independent Publisher McSweeney's To Go Nonprofit, Which Is Great For Publishing

The announcement on Thursday that independent publisher McSweeney’s plans to become a nonprofit inevitably carried a note of gloom. Though described as “very good news,” it’s clear that financial struggles played a large part in the decision; Buzzfeed highlighted founder Dave Eggers’ remark that “every year it gets just a little harder to be an independent publisher.” Such a public ...

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OCT 17, 2014 - New Statesman

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Overblown vanilla awfulness: The Great Fire is more Great Farce

With its 1990s Cher wigs, glossy modern make-up and Disneyfied London, even a lustful Samuel Pepys can’t save ITV’s The Great Fire.  Cher wigs: but ITV's Great Fire fails to catch fire The Great FireITV It’s September 1666, and in Pudding Lane in the City of London, a baker named Thomas Farriner (Andrew Buchan) is flirting mildly with his sister-in-law ...

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OCT 16, 2014 - New Statesman

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Treasure trails: how museums became diplomatic fixers

Museums were once places of scholarship – now they intervene in war zones and world politics. Lost world: ruins of ancient sculptures litter the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad. Photo: Yannis Kontos/Polaris/Eyevine In April 2012, just six months after Colonel Gaddafi had been killed by rebel forces in Sirte, Libya, and as fighting between rival militias continued, an exhibition ...

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