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  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Civitavecchia in Rome, Italy

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Civitavecchia in Rome, Italy
    Rome, the “Eternal City,” as the saying goes, was not built in a day –and cannot be seen in a day—but often cruise passengers have only one day to enjoy it (unless they are fortunate that their voyage begins or ends in Civitavecchia, the port of Rome, and they are able arrange for an extended stay pre- or post-cruise).
  • Blu-ray Review: A bit of a 'Titanic' waste

    Blu-ray Review: A bit of a 'Titanic' waste
    There are literally dozens of movies about the Titanic; this 1953 Hollywood version is one of the three best-known (the other two being Roy Ward Baker's “A Night to Remember” and James Cameron's modest little 1997 chamber drama). Like Cameron,...

    On Theater: Britain rules in NTAC's 33rd season

    The British are coming — to the Newport Theatre Arts Center next season. Of the six productions just announced for NTAC 33rd season, four of them have their origins in what is now officially known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern...

    On Theater: 'Sitting Pretty' isn't always pretty

    "Sitting Pretty" — not to be confused with the vintage Clifton Webb movie — is a strange little British semi-comedy of frustrated characters and unfulfilled lives which somehow get sorted out via the most improbable situations. Amy...

    Looking at a century of “Titanic” on film

     
    It’s one of the most celebrated disasters in history. It’s also the subject of one of the most successful films of all time. A century has passed since the RMS Titanic took its maiden voyage into history, and people still maintain a...