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Culture Homepage – October 2012

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Culture Homepage – October 2012

ART
b2.essaydi.tetra.culture

Subversive Mosaic

Moroccan-Born Essaydi Shatters
Gender Stereotypes

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by Suzanne Kurtz

 

FILM REVIEWS
film.reviews.step.up.to.plate.culture

Gastronomic Succession

At Top French Restaurant, Son

Prepares to ‘Step Up to the Plate’

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by Ky N. Nguyen

Also See: Sister
Somewhere Between

DINING
dining.pig.soup.culture

Going Whole Hog

At the Pig, No Animal
(Part) Is Left Behind

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by Rachel G. Hunt

Culture Stories

EVENTS

b3.kid.euro.festival.netherlands.cultureMassive Kids Euro Festival
Is No Mere Child’s Play

The Kids Euro Festival has become the largest performing arts festival for children in the U.S., with more than 200 events injecting some much-needed child’s play into the nation’s capital.Read More

by Kate Oczypok

THEATER

b4.molly.ivins.red.hot.patriot3.cultureIvins’s Resonating Voice Lives On,
Loud and Proud at Arena

Molly Ivins, the outspoken Texas liberal whose witty barbs left their mark on many a politician, lives on — loud and proud — at Arena Stage in “Red Hot Patriot.” Read More

by Lisa Troshinsky

MUSIC

b5.ordonez.shostakovich.culture

Post-Classical Delves Into
Shostakovich’s Soviet Conflicts

The Post-Classical Ensemble delves into the conflicted life of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, a prodigy atop Stalin’s Soviet pedestal whose creativity was confined by the state. Read More

by Rachael Bade

TRAVEL

b6.dining.trips.cuba.libre.culture

Businesses Take Patrons From
Corner Store to Corners of World

Local businesses are expanding their horizons — and bottom lines — by hosting trips abroad to exotic locales for their local clientele. Read More

by Kate Oczypok

Film Interview

film.reviews.myanmar.kyi.lieberman.culture

‘Lifting the Curtain’ Gives Voice to People
Of Burma, Including Aung San Suu Kyi

American filmmaker Robert H. Lieberman paints a rarely seen portrait of the world’s second-most isolated nation, which just got a little less isolated. Read More

by Ky N. Nguyen


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