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‘Angels In America,’ The Oral History – How Tony Kushner’s Play Became The Defining Work Of American Art Of The Past 25 Years

10 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Twenty-five years ago this summer, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America premiered in the tiny Eureka Theatre in San Francisco’s Mission District. Within two years it had won the Pulitzer Prize … Slate talked to more than 50 actors, directors, playwrights, and critics to tell the story of Angels‘ turbulent ascension into the pantheon of great […]

Thomas Friedman Distills the Essence of Good Column Writing

10 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

Three-time Pulitzer winner spoke at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS).

Cormac McCarthy Dead? Viral Death Hoax Makes The Rounds On The Internet, Fooling Even ‘USA Today’

Cormac McCarthy is not dead, but anyone who’s been online in the past day or happened to follow the USA Today‘s Twitter feed might have believed that the legendary American author had passed away. The Pulitzer Award winner was the victim of a death hoax that originated from an unverified Twitter account, claiming that the... Show More Summary

Reports of Cormac McCarthy's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

The internet wants you to believe that legendary novelist Cormac McCarthy has died. The internet, as usual, is wrong. The confusion began Tuesday morning when Alfred E. Knopf—the Pulitzer prize winning author's publisher—appeared to tweet that 82-year-old McCarthy had died "for stroke." URGENT. Show More Summary

Cormac McCarthy is still alive despite USA Today's best attempts to tell you otherwise

Celebrity death reporting on the internet can be tricky. USA Today learned that lesson the hard way on Tuesday. The newspaper tweeted out that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy had died, only to quickly learn that it hadShow More Summary

Trailer Unveiled for the American Pastoral Film Adaptation

2 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

The story for this project comes from Philip Roth’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.

Muhammad Ali’s Forgotten Fight Was Also One of His Most Influential

The following had been adapted from Ali vs. Inoki: The Forgotten Fight That Inspired Mixed Martial Arts and Launched Sports Entertainment, which was published on June 21. In his Pulitzer Prize–winning biography, King of the World: Muhammad...Show More Summary

Megyn Kelly Referees Showdown Between Trump Spox And Immigration Activist

Jose Antonio Vargas, an undocumented immigrant, has been in the public eye quite often lately, his story not uncommon for millions of people who live and work among us. On Thursday's Kelly File, Pulitzer Prize winner, Vargas shared his...Show More Summary

Progressive congressional Democrats discuss treating Exxon and Big Oil like the 'new tobacco'

By now you’ve probably heard the story first dug out last year in a terrific series by the Pulitzer prize-winning InsideClimate News. ICN learned that Exxon’s own scientists knew global warming was a byproduct of burning fossil fuels nearly 40 years ago. Show More Summary

Ebert to Debut in the Chicago Sun-Times Again

The following announcement was published today by Robert Feder. The immortal prose of Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert will be appearing again in the pages of the Chicago Sun-Times, his home newspaper for 46 years. Starting...Show More Summary

We Asked 'Hamilton' Himself What The Founding Fathers Would Think Of Donald Trump

Lin-Manuel Miranda spent countless days researching the Founding Fathers in order to spend countless nights bringing their stories to life on stage in his Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical "Hamilton: An American Musical." WithShow More Summary

American Pastoral Trailer Reveals Ewan McGregor’s Directorial Debut

Based on Phillip Roth's Pulitzer prize winning novel The post American Pastoral Trailer Reveals Ewan McGregor’s Directorial Debut appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Jack Fuller, Chicago Tribune editor, publisher and president, dies at 69

In addition to a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism career, Mr. Fuller was a graduate of Yale Law School and the author of eight novels.

Jack Fuller dies at 69; Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial writer and former Tribune Co. executive

Jack Fuller, journalist, novelist and former president of Tribune Co.’s publishing division who shepherded the Chicago company’s 2000 acquisition of the Los Angeles Times’ parent, the Times Mirror Co., has died. Fuller died Tuesday in his Chicago home. He was diagnosed several months ago with cancer....

Jack Fuller, Prize-Winning Chicago Tribune Journalist, Dies at 69

Mr. Fuller joined the paper at 16 and went on to win a Pulitzer Prize and to preside over Tribune Company’s $8 billion acquisition of Times Mirror.

'Disgraced' at the Taper: Islam, America and the cloudy prism of perception

Ayad Akhtar’s “Disgraced” won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2013, but for anyone encountering the work for the first time at the Mark Taper Forum, where the play opened Sunday in a sensationally gripping production, it might well seem that it was written last week. After the mass shooting in...

Glenn O’Brien and New York Mag's Jerry Saltz Talk Artsy Nudity, and Why You Should Never Insult Basquiat

New York Magazine’s art critic Jerry Saltz joined art journalist Glenn O’Brien on Made 2 Measure earlier this week for a conversation somewhere between high-brow, low-brow, and lower-brow. Saltz confesses that a few Pulitzer nominations weren’t enough to prevent him from getting kicked off Instagram for posting artsy nudes (well, ... More »

Viet Thanh Nguyen, 2016 Pulitzer Prize winner, endorses academic and cultural boycott of Israel

Scholar and writer Viet Thanh Nguyen, 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winner and associate professor of English and American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California, has endorsed BDS and the cultural and academic boycott of Israel in support of Palestinian rights. Show More Summary

WSJ Deputy Editor: “Hillary Clinton… is a Survivable Event. I’m not so Sure About Donald Trump.”

Hugh Hewitt this morning had a fascinating interview this morning with Wall Street Journal deputy editor and pulitzer prize winning columnist Bret Stephens. Stephens is about the exact opposite of a wilting liberal, as his column today is one of the most brutal excoriations of Obama’s foreign policy you could possibly imagine. Show More Summary

Why I decided to speak out about mental illness in front of 5,000 people

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Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Amy Ellis Nutt opens up about mental health with the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

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