Timeless 'Fiddler' plays sweetly still Review: The musical is as heartwarming today as in 1964, though not quite as spry.
Five artists with something to say Review: In 'Five Painters' art show at School 33, John Hull is joined by four of his former students. Hull's works excel in this interesting exhibition.
Life in the 'Colored' South Movie review: "Once Upon a Time ... When We Were Colored" sees more than segregation's ugly subtleties.
A concert from the heart of Garthness Music review: Garth Brooks' down-home manner just comes naturally, and his fans eat it up.
The only really primal fear in "Primal...
'Star Maker' is slight but touching Movie review: In 'The Star Maker,' a con man isn't the only one doing a lot of fast talking.
A fabulous look at the famous four Album review: "An- thology 2" masterfully shows how the sound of the Beatles came to be.
BSO handles Brahms ably Music review: Strings and timpani shine.
Stunning abstractions Art Review: Show at New York's Guggenheim hits the highlights of the most potent movement in 20th-century art.
Webber without spectacle Music review: The composer's "Music of the Night," from "Superstar" to "Sunset Boulevard," fills the stage with songs.
'Bed of Roses' never blooms Movie review: Actors walk through roles that demand too much of them -- or not enough.
Fleisher concert delicate, precise Music review: Two-handed performance at the Kennedy Center is another stop on a much hoped-for return.
Movie's message remains sound Movie review: Some would say this music teacher gives too much of himself. But Mr. Holland would say he's just doing his job.
'Othello' survives director's liberties Movie review: Kenneth Branagh's vile Iago is a special joy in the great tragedy.
'Dusk' wallows in blood and gore Movie review: There's nothing warm and sunny about this tale of psycho killers and vampires.
Singing with high energy Music review: Its charm and vigor make the Washington Opera's "Barber of Seville" a cut above the rest.
Bloody fun on the high seas Movie review: "Cutthroat Island" has stunts and effects galore. And Geena Davis is a convincing Errol Flynn.
Resurrecting Nixon Movie review: In creating 'Nixon's' wondrously acted characters, Oliver Stone overlooks the equally important plot.
Small film makes big wave Movie review: Speaking of choices, "Double Happiness" shouldn't get lost in the shuffle of many movies being released this weekend.
Beatles anthology is history lesson Album review: Collection of outtakes and such from the old days is not likely to become a fan's favorite.
The Stones won't fade away Music Review: The band's new album represents its best live recording ever.
PURE MADONNA Album review: The ballads of 'Something to Remember' remind us that there is a voice as well as an image.
'Home' Groan Movie Review: Holly Hunter as Claudia is a rare spark of warmth in a soon-to-be-dyslexic family living, in all places, in Baltimore
The U.N. at 50: Will disorganization prevail? Reforms: The needs are largely ignored
A passionate "Pathetique" Symphony Music review: Stanislaw Skrowaczewski interprets Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 in B Minor with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
MAP exhibit juxtaposes introspection and issues
L'Auberge an island of elegant dining
Dow Jones hits home runs too
Waterside performances of 'The Pirates of Penzance' slated in St. Mary's City