WHERE THERE’S SMOKE
A wildfire raging in Northern California left many dead and many more missing. And now, because of the smoke, many more people in the region are breathing in some of the worst-quality air in the world.
EIGHT PLAYS IN SEVEN DAYS
Living and breathing theatre in Britain’s West End
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
OLD MASTERS, NEW MASTERS
The Old Man & the Gun, The Wife, First Man
Robert Redford is one of Hollywood’s enduring men of mystery. Even in the lesser roles in his six-decade career, there has always been a strong suggestion of unplumbed depths behind those appropriately ocean-blue eyes.
Miles David Moore
Washington National Opera’s decision to mount a production of Silent Night, an opera about the unsanctioned World War I Christmas Eve truce in 1914 on the Belgian front, is both timely and food for thoughtKarren LaLonde Alenier
ROMANTIC SONGS OF THE PATRIARCHYand Other Silences
This kind of soft-peddling of misogyny reminds me of the founder of the #MeToo Movement, Tarana Burke, who right now seems to have second thoughts about her radical movement.
Volume 19 Issue 7
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