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Roger Wilkins, activist and historian whose Watergate editorials helped win a Pulitzer, dies at 85

Roger Wilkins, a historian, journalist and activist who held a key civil rights post in President Johnson's administration and helped the Washington Post win a Pulitzer for its Watergate coverage, died Sunday, relatives said. He was 85. Wilkins, most recently a history professor at George Mason...

Roger Wilkins, civil rights champion in government and journalism, dies at 85

Mr. Wilkins shared a Pulitzer Prize for his editorials about Watergate for The Washington Post.

No Sweat: Factory drama hampered by New York Times staffing changes

Sweat, the new Broadway drama by Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Lynn Nottage, has ridden a wave of publicity for its prescient portrayal of unemployed Pennsylvania factory workers who... To view the full story, click the title li...

Here’s a fact check of the blizzard of lies Trump told in his off-the-charts Time magazine interview

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Pulitzer Prize-winning nonpartisan fact-checking organization PolitiFact released an exhaustive review of Pres. Donald Trump’s bonkers sit-down with Time magazine’s Michael Scherer on Thursday. “Trump said his instinct is usually right, and he usually finds evidence supporting...

David Haskell Speaks for the Trees

The Pulitzer Prize finalist spent two years visiting 12 sites around the world for an ambitious new book that reveals the surprising—and surprisingly fascinating—arboreal secrets hidden in the canopies of ordinary trees. Paul Kvinta meets with the real-life Lorax on New York's Upper West side and learns why white men never stand in the shade.

These Two Playwrights Have Been Prominent For Decades - Why Are They Only Now Getting To Broadway? (Is It Because They're Women?)

"They are two of the nation's pre-eminent playwrights. Each has won nearly every award their field has to offer, including the Pulitzer Prize. Each has written works that are staged around the world and have become required reading in college classes. And each has earned an admired position in the academy, teaching aspiring dramatists at […]

Got writer's block? Lin-Manuel Miranda has a playlist for you

If you’re afflicted with writer's block, “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda doesn't want you throwing away your shot — and he's made a Spotify playlist to help you put pen to paper. The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright revealed his literary-themed playlist, titled "Write Your Way Out," on Spotify...

Two Female Playwrights Arrive on Broadway. What Took So Long?

6 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Lynn Nottage and Paula Vogel, both Pulitzer winners, will finally make their Broadway debuts this spring. What does that say about the plight of women writing for the stage?

This New Starbucks Merchandise Is So Whimsical and Perfect, We Could Cry

If you still have money in your wallet after splurging on the Starbucks x Lilly Pulitzer collection of water bottles, there's another equally gorgeous collaboration that we're swooning over. The popular coffeehouse just teamed up with French fashion house Paul & Joe to release a whimsical line of tumblers, ceramic mugs, and tote bags. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Wheel Of Fortune contestant not a theater fan, apparently

You don’t need a degree in theater or film history to know A Streetcar Named Desire, which, outside of anything by Shakespeare, is arguably the most famous play ever staged. It won the 1948 Pulitzer Prize for Drama in addition to three...Show More Summary

'Angels In America' To Return To The Bay Area Next Season At Berkeley Rep

It's the first time playwright Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning two-part epic has had a major production in the Bay Area in over 20 years, after it was first commissioned and premiered in San Francisco in 1991. [ more › ]

L.A. Drama Critics Circle Awards led by 'Cloud 9,' 'The Boy From Oz'

The feminist classic “Cloud 9,” the musical comedy “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder,” singer-songwriter Peter Allen’s musical “The Boy From Oz” and a Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the perils of cultural assimilation, “Disgraced,” won top honors Monday night from the Los Angeles Drama Critics...

L.A. Drama Critics Circle Awards led by 'Cloud 9,' 'The Boy From Oz'

The feminist classic “Cloud 9,” the musical comedy “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder,” singer-songwriter Peter Allen’s musical “The Boy From Oz” and a Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the perils of cultural assimilation, “Disgraced,” won top honors Monday night from the Los Angeles Drama Critics...

USA TODAY names Chief Content Officer Joanne Lipman editor in chief

Lipman oversees the USA TODAY NETWORK and has supervised Pulitzer winning news coverage.        

Hulu’s Looming Tower Series Adds Peter Sarsgaard

Based on Lawrence Wright’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning 9/11 expose The post Hulu’s Looming Tower Series Adds Peter Sarsgaard appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Charles Duhigg on Self-Motivation, Mental Models, and Getting Stuff Done

If anyone knows the difference between being busy and being productive it’s Charles Duhigg. The Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times and author of The Power of Habit has made a name for himself plumbing the science of productivity, and this week he’s joining us on the podcast. Read more...

Peter Saarsgard Joins Hulu’s The Looming Tower!

Peter Saarsgard has joined the cast of Hulu’s forthcoming original drama series The Looming Tower. He will play Martin Schmidt, a CIA analyst who always believes he’s the smartest person in the room. Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning...Show More Summary

‘The Looming Tower’: Peter Sarsgaard Cast In Hulu’s 9/11 Drama Series

Peter Sarsgaard (Jackie) is set for a lead role opposite Jeff Daniels and Tahar Rahim in Hulu's straight-to-series drama based on Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning 9/11 exposé, from Oscar-nominated Dan Futterman (Foxcatcher),Show More Summary

Mindy Newell: What Is Human?

Death has been everywhere lately this March of 2017. Actor Bill Paxton. Rock and Roll pioneer Chuck Berry. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Jimmy Breslin. The great artist Bernie Wrightson. Underground comics’ Jay Lynch and Skip Williamson. ComicMix’s Tweeks Maddy and Anya Ernst’s grandmother. Fellow columnist Marc Alan Fishman’s college friend. My dad. As Martha […]

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