From The New Yorker, Past Perfect: Retro opulence on Central Park West. Cultural observers weigh in on architectural changes in the Persian Gulf and how they may be reshaping the world: A review of Evil Paradises: Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism. Art and Anarchism Thrive Together: Realizing the Impossible looks at political expression from a global perspective. The artless branding of Frida Kahlo: The centennial of the artist's birth is being marked by exhibits, merchandise, and family dissension.
Just for the record: OK Hollywood, here are the dos and don'ts of the celebrity profile. His Kind of Town: Horton Foote, at 91, is still working as a writer in New York and Hollywood. But in his plays he returns, as always, to the small Texas community of his imagination. A review of I’m a Lebowski, You’re a Lebowski by
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