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Chicago Tribune reportersWednesday is Bowdler's Day, marking the 258th birthday of Thomas Bowdler, who published the works of William Shakespeare with the dirty parts taken out. And not only the dirty parts — Bowdler changed Ophelia's drowning in "Hamlet" from a suicide...
Rick Steves' EuropeJostling through crowds of Germans and tourists in the Rhine River village of Bacharach, I climb to the sun deck of the ferry and grab a chair. With the last passenger barely aboard, the gangplank is dragged in and the river pulls us away. I'm captivated...
So omnivorous is Jeremy Denk's musical appetite, that one can easily imagine how confined this searching American pianist must sometimes feel when forced to box his wide-ranging sympathies within the narrow bounds of a conventional piano recital....
First things first. There’s some fine piano playing in Jon Marans’ play, “Old Wicked Songs,” at the Colony Theatre in Burbank. No faking it here, as in many, if not most productions of this drama of longing, loss and letting go....
A pastor whose plan to hold a Koran burning at his church Saturday has drawn the ire of Muslims and non-Muslims around the world. Up until he decided to cancel the event late last week, the Rev. Terry Jones had rejected the pleas of military officials and...
Jacket CopyThe much-photographed, much-filmed Marilyn Monroe has been dead since 1962. So does she have anything new to tell us? A little bit. "Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes and Letters by Marilyn Monroe" is just what it says it is, according to......
Culture MonsterThe main Music Center excitement Saturday night seemed to be at Walt Disney Concert Hall, where there was a long line hoping for returned tickets to hear Gustavo Dudamel conduct Mahlerâ€™s Ninth Symphony with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Across the......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThere are cartons of this stuff in attics all over America — the poems, pensées and grocery lists of yearning, dissatisfied people who at some time wished for an emotional coherence that was beyond their reach. These scribbles are of no great...
At one time, Los Angeles was Weimar on the Pacific: Numerous German-speaking émigrés put their stamp on the city to which they'd fled. What with directors such as Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch, writers such as Thomas Mann and Bertolt Brecht, and...
Special to the TribuneIn a one-hour program Monday at Chicago's Cultural Center, pianist Frederick Chiu and reader Brian Bedford managed to compress 14 poems, a wealth of piano settings and the whole Romantic era of music. The words and music—Liszt's piano transcriptions...
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