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'The Good Book' needs to go further into faith
The Bible, it is rigorously and rightly observed in "The Good Book," flows through American culture like blood. No question. If you wanted to simplify the nation's most persistent schism, you could do...
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Early Kushner and a play on domestic violence, no...
... Bright Room Called Day” by
at Caos on F. (Justin Schneider)
’s epic “A Bright Room Called Day” takes place in a living room, but can you actually perform it in a living...
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... really do love playing in small spaces," says multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Kahane, describing the difference between playing enormous shows to thousands of people and doing smaller shows, like the...
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Tony Kushner on a Life as an Artist and an Activi...
gets animated during a discussion with Professor Phil Bennett (left). Photo by Les Todd/Duke University Photography As a college student, Pulitzer and Tony award-winning...
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Sanford School of Public Policy
On the Bridge: Professor Asma Abbas finds strengt...
GREAT BARRINGTON -; Asma Abbas talks about her life and experience in many ways, in philosophy and theory and listening silence. People often ask someone who has suffered to tell a story, she said,...
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Overeaters Anonymous Overeaters Anonymous meets at 10 a.m. for newcomers and 10:30 a.m. for regular members in room 220 at Structure House, 3017 Pickett Road. 919-929-9891. Bull City Tipping Point...
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American Red Cross
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Chapel Hill Road
PROFILE: Ben Platt steals the show as Elder Cunni...
As the youngest of the Mormon elders in "The Book of Mormon," Arnold Cunningham is a case study in well-meaning ineptitude and comic confabulations that hybridize Mormon theology with geek-culture...
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Pulitzer-winning Playwright Tony Kushner to Speak...
Durham, NC - Playwright
will speak at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, in the Fleishman Commons. The talk is free and open to the...
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Kansas City Connection: Sorting through the hoopl...
March Madness begins in earnest next week in downtown Kansas City, as the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament returns to the Sprint Center from Wednesday through Saturday. After watching these teams...
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The Tonganoxie Mirror
10 emerging writers each receive $50 000 prize
... emerging writers each receive $50 000 prize AP News | 03/06/15 11:32 am NEW YORK (AP) -- Four poets and three fiction writers are among the winners of a $50,000 prize given to emerging artists of...
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COLUMN: Finding Murray's Oscar
Following a few very busy weeks of Oscar celebration at the Civic Theatre, the next two weeks continue this trajectory of wonderful and varied films, with Derby Crazy Love, Still Alice (featuring...
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Artist Jenny Holzer to Design AIDS Memorial in We...
WEST VILLAGE — Internationally renowned artist Jenny Holzer will design part of the city's first significant AIDS memorial, the memorial's planners announced Wednesday night. Holzer — known for her...
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St. Vincent's hospital
New York City
Celebrity stylist Sam Saboura started in the subu...
When Robin Williams shopped for clothes at Fred Segal, he liked to imitate his personal shopper and stylist, Sam Saboura. The late actor-comedian made everyone in the store laugh, imitating Saboura's...
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Johnsburg High School
Behind the red marquee of the Virginia Repertory Center on Broad Street, an intriguing juxtaposition is taking place. In the building’s November Theatre, “The Whipping Man” explores Southern Jews in...
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Civil War trilogy wins Kennedy prize
Playwright and screenwriter Suzan-Lori Parks arrives at the 66th Annual Tony Awards, in June 2012 in New York. NEW YORK — Suzan-Lori Parks' historical trilogy set in the Civil War has won a theater...
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