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Two new books fight over the beginning of the American century.
Choreographers and composers partner up for the dance floor.
Midwest music and arts collective Destroy All Monsters attacks CoCA.
The photos say more than the text about he-man hetero bonding venues.
Two of our reporters went to Ladyfest and all we got were these dumb journals.
He said, she said: A breezy epistolary novel fit for NPR.
Her husband's in Iraq, so this journalist gathers the stories of other military wives.
Both sides get their whacks in this survey of America's two-tiered political culture.
Sex and sweets fill the imagination in a new play.
Why head for the slopes when winter sports await so close to home?
We'd watch Misha if he stood still
ACT's production of Warren Leight's new play listens close to the music.
Two recent titles show how power grabs and secret plots never go out of style. Or print.
Terry Gross sucks, but Radiohead just might save the day, according to this lefty assault on our current brainlessness.
Never mind Doris Lessingit's the ordinary details that count.
Babylon's Superstar has a lot to answer for.
In Taproot's remounting, a suicide stirs up a callous clan's ugly secrets.
ArtsWest's Oscar attempt means well but misses its mark.