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  • TV's alleged 'rape glut' may just be a more reflective reality

    TV's alleged 'rape glut' may just be a more reflective reality
    After avoiding the subject for much of its lifetime, television has begun featuring stories that include rape. And many people are not happy about it.
  • You won't believe what you hear at 'Celebrity Autobiography'

     You won't believe what you hear at 'Celebrity Autobiography'
    It all started with Vanna. "Years ago at a used bookstore, I came across the hardcover edition of 'Vanna Speaks' by Vanna White, and I wondered about how she filled up her autobiography," said Eugene Pack, creator of the stage comedy "Celebrity...

    Farewell, 'Mad Men,' Letterman — and boomers

    With momentous finales this week — "Mad Men" ending and David Letterman retiring — we will see the end of two landmark TV franchises. We will also witness two of the last great vestiges of baby-boomer culture leaving the main stage of...

    Now that 'Mad Men' has changed the TV landscape, what does it all mean?

    Now that 'Mad Men' has changed the TV landscape, what does it all mean?
    High school AP classes may be churning out theories about the green light at the end of Daisy's pier or Andy Warhol's tomato soup cans, but the most popularly deconstructed symbol in and of American culture these days is "Mad Men's" falling guy. As AMC'...

    When father's not coming home: Absent parents in 'Mad Men' and on stage

    When father's not coming home: Absent parents in 'Mad Men' and on stage
    As AMC's "Mad Men" approaches its final three episodes, it's already clear that the series auteur Matthew Weiner is honing in on the anguish of, and the anguish caused by, absent parents. He is in good company. Lousy fathers have been chasing me...