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The Arts Seen in NYC (Long Day’s Journey Edition)
Well the Missus and I trundled down to The Big Town last weekend and, say, it was swell. Except for the drive to get there, of course. We hit four – count ’em, four – major traffic jams on the … Continue reading
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Is Forest Whitaker Twice As Good As Al Pacino?
The hardworking staff noted with interest this item in yesterday’s New York Times Arts, Briefly column. Forest Whitaker Will Make Broadway Debut Forest Whitaker, the Academy Award winning film star, will make his Broadway debut next spring in a revival … Continue reading