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Nicoletta Braschi and Andrea Renzi Perform "Happy Days" in Lisbon
Associate Professor of Cinema and Theater in Paris
On Pilgrimage in India
Ann Tashi Slater
We are drawn to places by our dreams, the dreams of our ancestors, and the collective dreaming of people through the centuries. These places are made special for us by what happened there, whether in our personal history or the larger history of the world.
7 Newly Popular Baby Names That Have Been Hiding In Plain Sight
'Castle': Did Beckett Wait Too Long To Open Up To Castle?
Chekhov and Beckett Grace Los Angeles Stages
Author, journalist and former Congressional candidate
In a memorable production of Chekhov's
, presented by the Antaeus Company, a marvelous ensemble of classical actors based in LA, director Andrew J. Traister captures the brilliance and realism of Chekhov's rendition of the plight of humanity.
The Great Red Sox Collapse, in 140 Characters or Less
Blogger and Fictionalizer
This year's historic Red Sox meltdown may have been more statistically horrendous on many levels than their 1978 swan dive, but with Boston having gone all the way in '04 and '07, the emotional letdown hasn't been nearly as severe.
Raymond Federman, Beckett Scholar and Novelist, Dead
What Shall I Do with the Rest of My Life?
Author, 'Somebodies and Nobodies' and 'The Rowan Tree: A Novel'
Rich or poor, young and old, we all dream of something different, something better, if only when we gaze at the stars. And, regardless of our lot in life, we can give this perennial question a new answer.
The 10 Best Celebrity Baby Names
Pamela Redmond Satran
Novelist, author, Nameberry co-creator
Stars are responsible for some amazingly creative baby names: rediscovering old gems, honoring family members or artistic heroes, exploring far corners of the earth in search of original choices.
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Zazen or Ah Zen?
There's an argument to be made that if everyone were mindful and lived in the moment, that little art would be produced. Is
Waiting for Godot
or Madame Bovary about living in the moment? It's certainly unlikely that Flaubert did.
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