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L.A. artists create semiplausible dwellings.
Seattle Children's Theatre takes risks on the mat.
The midlife lesbians! The support groups! The tent hopping! Former attendee tells all!
THURSDAYRRROCKYEAR OF THE RABBITI've been rooting for Ken Andrews to break through to the masses for the last decade; I've also been rooting for Strom… Continue reading
Ellen DeGeneres feels good again, but she still has a few complaints to air.
ACT misses present and future relevance with a nostalgic trip to the past.
Gilbert & Sullivan Society's Pirates of Penzance finds a perfect balance of sense and nonsense.
Just don't call them a rock band.
Life or death, morality or chaos: According to Rabbi Lapin, it's up to America to decide.
Lingo dancetheater's Nourish presents movement with a meal.
Lorrie Moore's new stories are anything but wry and dry.
Two music mags offer wildly different books of hip-hop history.
"Kentucky Windage" is bad-boy Jack Daws' follow-up to last year's politically-charged "States of the Union" exhibit, though this show is a bit milder. But Daws… Continue reading
Why Wendy Lesser is 1999's girl-writer-made-good.
Digital Video + Time-Based Works 2006
The annual holiday roundup.