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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • Marian Seldes death: Five notable stage performances

    Marian Seldes death: Five notable stage performances
    Marian Seldes, the venerated stage actress who died Monday at 86, was a singular theatrical presence whose most notable performances were in plays by Edward Albee.  Tall and angular, with patrician looks and intense eyes, Seldes was very much New York...
  • Joanne Carson's Capote-edited memoir chapter still in limbo

    Joanne Carson's Capote-edited memoir chapter still in limbo
    Joanne Carson is perfectly content to give Truman Capote credit for writing the most beautiful moment of her never-finished memoir, a passage about falling in love with the man who would become king of late-night television. Here's what she wrote: "I...
  • Goodspeed To Present Workshop Testing 'Honeymooners' As Musical

    Goodspeed To Present Workshop Testing 'Honeymooners' As Musical
    "The Honeymooners" as a musical? The folks at Goodspeed are hoping it's a "Bang, zoom, straight to the moon" idea. The East Haddam-based theater, in association with Jeffrey Finn productions, will present a private workshop of a new musical based on the...
  • James Adams Floating Theatre packed the waterfront on the Chesapeake Bay

    A century after the James Adams Floating Theatre presented its first performances in the waterfront hamlets of Hampton, Smithfield and Mathews, the sensational allure of the 132-foot-long traveling playhouse has mostly faded. But only rarely in the...
  • Jewish book festival appeals to entire community

    Jewish book festival appeals to entire community
    The David Posnack Jewish Community Center in Davie is targeting the entire community for its 27th annual Jewish book festival. The festival kicks off on Oct. 19 with author Lisa Bloom presenting, "Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin...
  • The uninsured in U.S. raise Ebola risk

     The uninsured in U.S. raise Ebola risk
    — Fear of Ebola has been climbing steadily in the United States since Tuesday's announcement that a Liberian traveler in Dallas, Thomas Eric Duncan, was diagnosed with the disease after having been in Texas for eight days. A month ago, a Harvard...
  • Twigs break, cans bang and L.A. Philharmonic soars with Mahler

    Twigs break, cans bang and L.A. Philharmonic soars with Mahler
    Halfway through his current five-year contract as music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel turned, as he often has at significant junctures in his career, to Gustav Mahler. For his first subscription concert of the new season at...
  • Partisan Paralysis: Can The Divide Be Healed?

    Partisan Paralysis: Can The Divide Be Healed?
    Congress appears stuck in neutral and civil discourse has been replaced by partisan sniping. Charles Blow, blogger and New York Times op-ed columnist, talked with David Holahan in a question and answer session and didn't hold out much hope for change....
  • Theater review: Act 1's 'Harvey' is a sweet and magical fable

    A gentle and magical fable is sweetly staged in "Harvey," which opens Act 1's 45th season at DeSales University in Center Valley. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play presents a likeable innocent in Elwood P. Dowd, played by Matt Enters. Enters is completely...
  • For Garth Fagan, a life choreographed by his love of movement

     For Garth Fagan, a life choreographed by his love of movement
    Garth Fagan has held his dance company together for 44 years, no easy feat. But mention another accomplishment — his Tony-winning choreography of the stage musical "The Lion King" — and Fagan breaks into a huge smile and rumbling laughter....
  • Complain as they do, rural Republicans control House [Commentary]

    Complain as they do, rural Republicans control House [Commentary]
    Folks in the hinterlands who complain that they want their country back should stop whining. They have a lock on the House of Representatives and a good shot at owning the Senate, too. Meanwhile, the majority of Americans who live in cities and suburbs...