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SPOUSES
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Official Devotion

Private Indian Couple Dedicates
Careers to Public Service

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by Gail Scott

 

FILM REVIEWS
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Savagery Among Sons

Bullies, Violence Make
‘In a Better World’ Not Much Better

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ALSO REVIEWED: ‘Certified Copy’
and ‘Carancho’

by Ky N. Nguyen

DINING
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Reliable Source

Newseum Restaurant Delivers
Puck the Chef, Not the Celebrity

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by Rachel G. Hunt

Culture Stories

  Art

dolce.canaletto.frontCanaletto and Company Capture
Landmark City on the Water

Excommunicated from the New York art world, Philip Guston found respite in Rome — and revolutionary inspiration in Italy's Eternal City. Read More

by Jacob Comenetz

  Theater 

albee.woolf.frontArena Stage Isn't, Mounting Playwright's
Entire Canon of Human Pathos

Arena Stage's Edward Albee Festival is as emotionally inspiring — and exhaustive — as the literary giant himself. Read More

by Lisa Troshinsky

 Music 

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Post-Classical Reignites Stravinsky's
Comprehensive Composition

Post-Classical Ensemble's "The Stravinsky Project" is an incisive musical examination that gets to the heart of the conflicted composer's Russian roots. Read More

by Rachael Bade

  events 

fabric.sweden.frontWeaving Intelligent Design
Into 'Fabric' of Modern Life

The House of Sweden's “Fabric of Life” series shows us how to get our own houses in order by better balancing the pressures of modern life. Read More

by Michael Coleman

  Theater

ambassador.theater.frontAmbassador Theater Fosters
Artistic Relations, Cultural Dialogue

Hanna Bondarewska hopes her Ambassador Theater can act as a bridge between cultural understanding and education. Read More

by Stephanie Kanowitz

  Art 

canada.gautier.frontCanadian Dozen Offer Change
Of Pace to Runaway Change

The wildly inventive “Canadian Impressions” dispels any clichés about America's benign neighbor to the north. Read More

by Gary Tischler

  Film interview 

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Mia Wasikowska Hops from Burton's
Wonderland to Brontë Classic

Mia Wasikowska has gone from relative obscurity to playing two of the most famous heroines in English literature. Read More

by Ky N. Nguyen



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