Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland, Oregon’s longest-running professional theatre (operating budget approximately $3mil), seeks a Managing Director.
In “She Has Her Mother’s Laugh” Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.
One reason we struggle with fear is that we’re simultaneously too primitive and too evolved for our own good. Our lizard brains are ruthlessly efficient: Signals speed to the threat-sensing amygdala within 74 milliseconds of the slightest hint of danger. This speed has, over eons, helped save us from extinction. But it’s also led to plenty […]
Benefits were held for Lincoln Center, BAM, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and the Gordon Parks Foundation.
The criticism levied at hip-hop from the right is a pointed indictment of black culture: Black people lost their way and this crude music was the culprit. It’s understandably popular because it feeds into the “pick yourselves up” rhetoric that downplays the oppression of black people while justifying it.
A new “All or Nothing,” the definitive brilliant-jerk show and a new HBO show.
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
The great pyramids are surrounded by city. The Mona Lisa is thronged with crowds. The Leaning Tower and Stone Henge are underwhelming in person…