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  • Three World Premieres Highlight New Yale Rep Season

    Three World Premieres Highlight New Yale Rep Season
    The 2012-13 Yale Repertory Theatre season will feature three world premieres by Sarah Ruhl, David Adjmi and a collaboration by Bill Camp and Robert Woodruff, based on a  Rainer Werner Fassbinder film. Oscar-nominee ("Sideways") and Emmy Award-winner ("...
  • The 'Fringe' episode you don't want to miss

     
    Thursday's episode of "Fringe" may be the quietest and most restrained hour the show has ever done. It's definitely one of the best episodes in "Fringe's" history, and the most moving. (There are two clips from Thursday's "Fringe" in the video player on...
  • 'Fringe': 1985

     
    Wow. OK, forgive me, but I’m going to spend the entirety of this post raving about how great “Fringe” was tonight. Right out of the gate, you knew this episode was something special. Not only did the notorious floating location......
  • 'Reborn: Journals & Notebooks 1947-1963' by Susan Sontag, edited by David Rieff

    Reborn Journals & Notebooks 1947-1963 Susan Sontag, edited by David Rieff Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 318 pp., $25 In September 2006, an excerpt of Susan Sontag's diaries, edited by her son, David Rieff, was published in the New York Times magazine,...
  • Where's Weldon?

    Where's Weldon?
    The poet Weldon Kees was born in Beatrice, Neb., in 1914, though what's best known about him is that on July 18, 1955, his car was found abandoned with the keys still in the ignition in a parking lot on the Marin County side of the Golden Gate Bridge....
  • Hemingway's Key West house named literary landmark

    Hemingway's Key West house named literary landmark
    KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Ernest Hemingway's Key West home, where the American author lived in the 1930s, has been designated a literary landmark. Hemingway, who lived in the Spanish-colonial home with his second wife Pauline and their two sons,...