Retrial starts with call for mistrial Prosecutor in murder trial alludes to domestic abuse in opening statements
Oregon puts on a show Theater: Beginning as a two-play college project in 1935, Ashland's annual Shakespeare Festival is now an eight-month celebration of the Bard.
Survey tries to get a read on book-buying America
Shakespeare reduced to compleat silliness
Students gather books for community center Tomes will fill void left when bookmobile visits were eliminated
The Bard at Christmastime
Can see what legislature doing via InternetAs...
Turning classics into musicals isn't easy Theater: Yes, 'Romeo and Juliet' gave us 'West Side Story,' but great plays and music don't always mix.
Suburban company takes to city Commitment: The chief of Sylvan Learning Systems, the first national business of its size to move to the city in 20 years, says the relocation symbolizes several successes.
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On Bard Time Review: No matter how they treat his plays, the power of Shakespeare's words shines through.
Ted Daffan, 84, a honky-tonk singer whose...
Potters paired writer, pedestal Antiques: A figurine from Staffordshire featured Shakespeare, leaning against a pile of books.
Center Stage has 2 world premieres Co-productions: Having found a way to get more bang for the buck, the theater announces new season.
Other Little Theatre to present 'Dream' Preview: Shakespeare's comedy of magic and mistaken identity opens Friday.
Requiem for an elegy Essay: Attributing the 1612 "A Funeral Elegy" to Shakespeare is folly for a very good reason: It's too bad.
Most claims to Shakespeare have failed
Samuel Schoenbaum, 69, a Shakespeare scholar who...
Oakland Mills grad to appear in UM production
The Bard Shakes Loose Shakespeare lives: The plays are as contemporary now as when they were written, which may be why they are being revised and reinterpreted in new movies.
'Othello' survives director's liberties Movie review: Kenneth Branagh's vile Iago is a special joy in the great tragedy.
Cabin Fever Quiz is answer to boredom
A circle so wide
Good homes wanted
John Goodman steps up to the Bard
Fledgling group plans to do the Bard plus
It's a rollicking good 'Knight'
The Brady Bunch, as you wish you'd never seen them
Center Stage gets together tales of love torn asunder
The world according to Norm: Book finds avid readers among new employees
Winter books sure to warm the heart
Washington monuments, word by word
Children can appreciate books more when they meet the people behind them
New theater looks like Shakespeare's old Globe
KEEPING BIRDS ON THEIR FEED
SAD sign of the times, as noted...
Store displays books banned in U.S.
Stuck on Van GoghHere's a new party...
Free-Enterprise in Delaware
Libraries try to get more aid on the books
KILLER DANE WAS SANE, MOCK JURISTS DECIDE
Storybooks for children don't have to be just pages and pages of pretty pictures
Shakespeare's womenSpend the evening with some interesting...
Book on Eleanor Roosevelt reveals the warmth of the first class first lady
NO BED OF PRIMROSES
'RING' on the Range Take Wagner, add country-western, get 'Das Barbecu'
Game 5 isn't the only game in town
FROM the Do-We-Laugh-or-Cry Department:English teacher Richard Lederer...
Youth teams ready for lacrosse exchange