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As white-bearded, white-gowned 2015 makes his exit this week, here’s a look back at the year’s best in areas of art, according to publications dedicated to the cause: Biggest Art Discove…
PBS irrationally blips Christopher Plummer’s “Barrymore.”
A startling documentary sheds light on a deeply scarred life.
Pallante’s phrase is her clarion call for major revisions.
Poet/playwright signs petition asking Supreme Court to scrap portions of new rule.
Growing fiscal strains for states and cities mean the arts community must get active.
Innocent people are being blown up…somebody has to write about these things. Nicole Kidman speaks these words in the film “Hemingway and Gellhorn.” She plays Martha Gellhorn, perhaps…
The legal and professional implications of Julian Assange's news-interview TV show.
Eisenhower said we need to be “an alert and knowledgeable citizenry.” But are we?
U.S. intervention in Afghanistan has been about the oil and gas for decades.
NATO's U.S. representative seemes to be in a state of denial or ignorance about a U.S.-led missile defense system.
Good bye citizens’ Constitutional right to freedom of expression, if this goes through.
The Founding Fathers: eerily prescient.
“Money, Power, and Wall Street” episode tackles the financial debacle, at the risk of oversimplifying.
Conflict of interest, much? CBS gives Hard Measures the soft touch.
Congress has no Constitutional right to abdicate to the executive branch its power to declare and wage war.