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The following is written by my colleague Charles Hood from London, where he is teaching for the fall semester. He sent the piece to me this morning. It may prove to be one in a series—he’s quite the art museum freak—and so we … Continue reading
In light of the summit on nuclear weapons and nuclear terrorism that President Barack Obama held last week, this interview with two nuclear terrorism experts offers an additional sober reminder of what humanity is up against:
That’s former NY Times foreign correspondent Chris Hedges’s advice in an essay posted yesterday at TruthDig.com. Chris Hedges thinks that we’re in a quagmire in Afghanistan, and that we are, by meeting violence with violence, creating more problems for ourselves … Continue reading
Dramatist Bryony Lavery has a new play running in London this month. New Stateman interviewed her, and asked her about her creative process: Lavery’s latest play, staged at the Young Vic, is based on the horrific sinking of the Russian … Continue reading
I thought that there were two rather brilliant observations by the narrator of this video. The first was on groovy clothes dressing and clothing shops in general: It’s all another tiny colored womb, warm and gentle, in its way an … Continue reading
“The Sunday Shakespeare Society”: A Charming Notice, from 1934, of a London Group That Met Once a Month to Read Shakespeare’s Plays Aloud
William Kent, in his 1934 book London for Shakespeare Lovers (Methuen & Co.), in the “Useful Information” section at the back of the book, had this rather charming notice (on pg. 174): The Sunday Shakepeare Society was founded by the late Dr. … Continue reading
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London: In August of 2008, What Did a Ticket to Tour the Grounds Look Like, and How Much Did It Cost?
I like how the ticket conveys a hazy sense of divine light coming down upon the theatre from above, accompanied by two “official” looking royal red stamps—which are actually simply decorative. Shakespeare’s works are the West’s secular scripture, and the … Continue reading