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  • 'Reflections From Hell': Richard Lewis on how not to live

    'Reflections From Hell': Richard Lewis on how not to live
    His neuroses are famous. For decades, we have watched Richard Lewis prowl stages, nervously running his fingers through long strands of gnarly hair as he bemoaned his childhood, his romantic entanglements, his paranoia, his physical maladies, his imagined maladies and his other, uncounted miseries. We have seen him fret in TV shows such as "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Anything But Love," in comic films such as "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" and "Wagons East," in darker movies such as "Drunks" and "Leaving Las Vegas," and, most explicitly, in the startlingly candid 2000 autobiography "The Other Great Depression: How I'm Overcoming, on a Daily Basis, At Least a Million Addictions and Dysfunctions and Finding a Spiritual (Sometimes) Life."
  • MAY 12 | Printers Row: Richard Lewis and Carl Nicholas Titolo with Howard Reich

    MAY 12 | Printers Row: Richard Lewis and Carl Nicholas Titolo with Howard Reich
    Comedian Richard Lewis and illustrator Carl Nicholas Titolo will join Tribune jazz critic Howard Reich in conversation about Lewis's new book, “Reflections from Hell: Richard Lewis’ Guide on How Not to Live.” This book brings the...

    Tiffany G and Frank DiBussolo Group re-create jazzy spirit of World War II era

     
    Tiffany G and the Frank Dibussolo group brought songs of the World War II era to life last night in a spirited performance at Symphony Hall as part of the hall's Jazz Cabaret series.

    Robert Sherman dies at 86; songwriter best known for 'Mary Poppins'

    Robert Sherman dies at 86; songwriter best known for 'Mary Poppins'
    At the Academy Awards ceremony in 1965, Robert and Richard Sherman already had accepted their Oscar for best score for "Mary Poppins" when they returned to the stage to pick up another statuette for best song, "Chim Chim Cher-ee." Having already...

    Why Hollywood's Jewish guys fall in love with shiksas

     
    From Diane Keaton to Mariel Hemingway to Scarlett Johansson, Woody Allen's favorite women have been WASPy blonds. [UPDATE: As many readers have noted, Johansson is actually Jewish, so perhaps I should call her a WASPy blonde Jewess.] At any rate,...