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Nathan Lane Leads a Star Studded "The Front Page" at the Broadhurst Theater

Regina Weinreich | Posted 10.30.2016 | Home
Regina Weinreich

Wisdom has it, according to my dentist, the more star power a play has, the less it shines. Not so in the case of The Front Page revival at the Broadh...

Aisle View: Stop The Presses!

Steven Suskin | Posted 10.20.2016 | Home
Steven Suskin

John Slattery and Nathan Lane in The Front Page Photo: Julieta Cervantes That's not the sound of a fleet of flivvers backfiring that you hear at...

Michele Lee: Remembering Cy Coleman at 54 Below

Regina Weinreich | Posted 06.04.2016 | Home
Regina Weinreich

A great and giving storyteller, Lee's engagement should be a music fest, yes, but also anecdote-laden treat, with some tasty Broadway legend tidbits.

Mad Men: SC&P Now Gone, Seismic Disturbances Follows

Darryl Woodard | Posted 05.07.2016 | Home
Darryl Woodard

Don, Roger and Joan are all experiencing somewhat, how Ken Cosgrove must have felt while working at McCann.

Robert Morse: Sweaty at 36, Sublime at 83

Barbara Falconer Newhall | Posted 08.02.2014 | Home
Barbara Falconer Newhall

The man was on the whole time. Talking, trying out jokes on me. Pummeling me with questions. Fretting. Putting a lot of pressure on himself. It was clear that, talented and popular though he was, it wasn't easy being Robert Morse. Not in 1967 anyway.

Mad Men To the Moon: Classic Series Returned To Form in 2014

William Bradley | Posted 07.27.2014 | Home
William Bradley

Why is an episode about victory named after one of the most famous defeats in world history? Is it because the crushing blow to Napoleon proved to be a smashing victory for the British Empire and its allies?

US News Rankings Czar Responds To Criticism

The Huffington Post | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 09.12.2013 | Home

U.S. News & World Report released their annual college rankings this week. Some parents, students and school officials were no doubt thrilled to see h...

Before They Were 'Mad Men' Stars

The Huffington Post | Jaimie Etkin | Posted 08.10.2012 | Home

Only time will tell what will happen to Joan, Don, Peter, Roger and the rest of the beloved "Mad Men" characters in Sunday night's Season 5 finale (10...

Maggie Furlong

'Mad Men' Stars Pick Their Favorite Episodes Ever

HuffingtonPost.com | Maggie Furlong | Posted 01.20.2012 | Home

Can't wait for "Mad Men" to finally return? Neither can I -- it has been 459 days since we last saw Don Draper and the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce ga...

What's Really Behind U.S. News' Refusal to Consider Diversity?

Victor Gold | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Victor Gold

Once again, the magazine has refused to consider diversity as a factor in its ranking system. There is a broad consensus among law school deans and professors that diversity enriches law school education.

Mad Men Makes the All-Time Television Pantheon and Unspools Another Fine Episode

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
William Bradley

The first part of this season is more pleasant to watch than the first part of last season. But until we know where we're going this season, I'm not sure how consequential it will all turn out to be.

Mad Men Returns With "Public Relations" in More Ways Than One: Who IS Don Draper?

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
William Bradley

So far, Mad Men, with the guidance of creator Matthew Weiner and the rest of the writers, has avoided backlash with its continued high quality. That ultimate safeguard has continued as Season 4 gets underway.

Mad Men: "Seven Twenty Three" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
William Bradley

What "Seven Twenty Three" is is Don Draper's Waterloo. Or I should say, Dick Whitman's Waterloo. That's the day in 1963 on which Don Draper/Dick Whitman gets lassoed.

Mad Men: "Out of Town": Season 3 Opener Satisfying If Not Scintillating

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
William Bradley

A satisfactory if not scintillating opener for the third season of Mad Men. The show captures the air of uncertainty that grips today's U.S. economy, and hints at major culture clash ahead.

Mad Men Returns: The '60s Advertising Drama Is A Time Tunnel To the Present

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
William Bradley

There are a number of ways to view Mad Men. For my own part, I can take it as a period piece, a sort of time capsule of the early '60s, at once relatively close yet far enough away to be intriguing for its unfamiliarity.

How Would "Mad Men" Vote Tomorrow?

Erica Heller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Erica Heller

Forever frozen in our minds in the early 60s, we can only wonder how our friends from Sterling Cooper, on a mad gust of nicotine, and pickled in booze, would vote tomorrow.