Advertise here with BSA Well, October is here. You know what that means? Yes, it’s time to get ready for the month-end haunting, horrific, spine-chilling, disturbing, freaky, spook-fest we all love. To get everyone...
Their standards collection, "Cheek to Cheek," narrowly beat out a new album from Kenny Chesney and last week's No. 1, Barbra Streisand's duet collection "Partners."
1955. "Images show young woman arriving in New York City, getting a job and working." Who'll be first to locate this intersection? 35mm negative from photos by John Vachon for the Look magazine assignment "career girl." View full si...
A Hungarian musicologist finds Mozart's own score of the Piano Sonata in A, K. 331.
We know you like text effects. And – no doubt – text effects are a proven way to impress. As it is with everything impressive, the effects are bound to wear off over time. That’s why you will want to make sure you always got the freshest, most recent effects at hand. Show More Summary
For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from China, India, Iraq, Nepal, United States and other countries from around the world. --Lloyd Young (23 photos total) Zachary Bozann, 9, of Okemos smiles as he looks at countless...Show More Summary
The Wallace Foundation will provide funds to help performing arts organizations expand their reach.
In one month, we’ll begin another November PAD (Poem-A-Day) Chapbook Challenge. While I’ve always considered the April challenge as a free-for-all; November is when I try (though don’t always succeed) to write … Read more
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware Partly in connection with the controversy surrounding troubled publisher Ellora's Cave, I've been getting questions about how to go about requesting rights reversion from one's publisher.Show More Summary
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is a Copenhagen museum founded by the Carlsberg brewing family, with sculpture being the main attraction, but they also have great French Impressionist paintings, a tropical garden in the main rotunda, a nice cafe, and today, a surprise choral group in … Continue reading ?
The Mall is lined with museums that anybody can browse, but next to the Reflecting Pool, artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada has created a portrait that only a few visitors will have the privilege of seeing. The artist’s project, “Out of Many, One,” is a large portrait made of sand and soil on the ground just in front of […]
Suck it, Chelsea.
By Kevin Blake I drift. A good drift. A perfect drift. One that will catch a nice trout. I swing my rod overhead and flick the tip upstream. Mend. Mend. Recover and drift….fish. My memory takes me downstream and the water sweeps my feet from underneath me. I allow the current to drag me away […]
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Even if faux factory-warehouses aren’t your bag, a nod has to be given to the tremendously detailed reconstruction of Jason Rhoades’s 2007 installation.
Most people won’t find Regina Rex’s tunnel-like basement gallery to be large in any sense of the word. But coming from a one-room studio in Ridgewood, the collective has definitely found themselves an upgrade.
Roger Sutton, editor in chief of Horn Book magazine, has had it with what we politely call “indie writers.” Yesterday, he posted “An open letter to the self-published author feeling dissed.” He begins kindly enough: “I can imagine how frustrating it is to have your book refused possible review coverage by the Horn Book simply […]
Her show “Me, My Mouth and I” is to run for seven weeks this fall at the Cherry Lane Theater.
Musicals and murderers may not seem like a natural fit, but a number of them have managed to find their audiences. "Sweeney Todd" and "Assassins," both by Stephen Sondheim, are considered classics and are frequently revived. Last season on Broadway, "A Gentlemans's Guide to Love and Murder,"...