Mr. Jeong uses some of his own experiences from medical school and residency as he plays an over-the-top character in this new sitcom.
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“These composers are using the same tricks classical music composers have used for centuries — combinations of pitch, tempo, rhythm, dynamics, and melody — that resonate in the human subconscious to evoke emotion. Today, football fans will sit rapt in concert halls, listening to the Green Bay Civic Symphony or the Philadelphia Orchestra play the […]
“What’s with the gulls?” In context with Crystal Bridges’ exhibitions Warhol’s Nature and Jamie Wyeth, Linda DeBerry interviews Wyeth on his friendship with Warhol, as well as on the (occasionally ornithological) …
The Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association said that they would combine their awards shows into a single one, to be broadcast Jan. 17.
“At the Post, a redesign of the features section now ghettoizes arts coverage to Fridays. Among other headline-worthy occurrences, that means that plugged-in Broadway columnist Michael Riedel has been cut back to one column a week, instead of two — odd since Riedel is the Page Six of theater news, followed and love-hated by the […]
Qui Deshu’s original “fissuring” technique, in which the artist applies ripped rice paper to a layer of ink to form abstract compositions, reflects “the fragmented existence Qiu experienced under the Maoist regime…
Musician, poet, and bike advocate Ben Weaver reflects on the stories we tell ourselves and others about what it is we do, outside the safe confines of security and certainty, when we pursue the life of an artist.