Jerry Saltz, New York‘s senior art critic, revisits his own short career as a Dante-obsessed artist in late-seventies Chicago.
What has one of the architects of late night comedy being doing since he retired? Developing deep thoughts about using comedy to undermine the presidential administration, and confusing people with his long Santa Clause beard, among other things.
Many Americans have replaced work hours with game play — and ended up happier. Which wouldn’t surprise most gamers.
Audra McDonald, Broadway’s greatest voice, is back. A fascinating profile of a gifted, ground-breaking, Broadway perfectionist.
Today, there are more great shows on television than ever before. This age of Peak TV is reshaping the television industry — and affecting the work of everyone, from actors and writers to showrunners and crew members.