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Penfold Theatre Gives Live Readings of Radio Plays in the Ransom Center Archives
The company has dusted off radio adaptations of Shakespeare, Fitzgerald, and Thackeray for the 21st century to hear – live
"...audio dramas from radio's Golden Age and performing them live for contemporary audiences. Starting Sunday, Sept. 5, Penfold will..."

Sept. 3, 2021 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Tune In to Throwback Virtual Reading Sessions for Vintage TV Live
Scooby Doo, where are you? Online, in this new Vortex series
"...however slapdash and fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants they may appear, these “ramshackle readings,” as Baskin calls them, require a lot of work...."

July 14, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Killing Yourself to Live: An 85% True Story
Chuck Klosterman, the undisputed king of metadiscussion, has a Ford Taurus with GPS, 600 compact discs, woman trouble, and a mission
"...Killing Yourself to Live: 85% of a True Story..."

July 29, 2005 Books Review by Marrit Ingman

Live Shots
"...Edith Frost at Emo's May 10. LOUISIANA MUSIC NEW..."

May 15, 1998 Music Feature

Live From The New Yorker
Editor David Remnick on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"...hear a 2am email. A 2am fax, unless you live in dramatic splendor, you hear."..."

Jan. 22, 2016 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Autonauts of the Cosmoroute: A Timeless Voyage From Paris to Marseilles
Autonauts of the Cosmoroute is the record of an epic adventure on the Autoroute de Sud, cobbled together from fragments composed on the road
"...June 23. In the intervening month, the two explorers lived entirely on the highway. They ate, slept, wrote, and..."

Dec. 21, 2007 Books Review by Michael Agresta

The Working Poor: Invisible in America
Aux armes, citoyens!
"...Times man, wants to show how the working poor live before moving on to the question of why they..."

Jan. 16, 2004 Books Review by Roger Gathman

Love
Toni Morrison, like Aeschylus and Eugene O'Neill, has a fondness for tragic houses.
"...burn up 20 or 30 years between people who live a hall-length away from each other...."

Nov. 28, 2003 Books Review by Roger Gathman

The Absence of Nectar
"...Meg, a beekeeper whose colonies have died, unable to live without a man; and worst, Simon Jester, the terrifying..."

Aug. 31, 2001 Books Review by Katherine Catmull

Mistletoe Man: A China Bales Mystery
"...Victorian house" where China and her new husband McQuaid live (along with his 13-year-old son) for a Christmas tour..."

Jan. 12, 2001 Books Review by Anna Hanks

Yesterday's Weather
Signature spare language with flares of lyricism from Booker Prize-winner Anne Enright
"...populate Irish writer Anne Enright's short-story collection, Yesterday's Weather, live beyond their means – emotionally. Their small-scale landscapes –..."

Oct. 10, 2008 Books Review by Elizabeth Jackson

Beck
"...the UT Tower glowed orange in the distance, Beck delivered a solid, if not spectacular, set Saturday night with..."

Oct. 3, 2008 Music Review by Greg Beets

Many Readings of Ayn Rand
"...liberals reject objectivism for arguing that each man should live for his own sake, sacrificing himself neither to (a..."

April 15, 2008 Postmarks

The Story of Forgetting: A Novel
Though this debut novel is about Alzheimer's, it's too funny, too inventive, too tender and finely written to be reduced to its tragic engine
"...the objects of our affection forget us, they still live on for us in heartrending, near-tactile detail...."

April 11, 2008 Books Review by Kimberley Jones

The Flowers: A Novel
Dagoberto Gilb's latest novel takes readers on a startling and inevitable journey
"...the book begins, Sonny moves with his mother to live with her new husband, a man who owns the..."

Feb. 29, 2008 Books Review by Belinda Acosta

Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity; Pornography: A Groundwork Guide
Part manifesto, part memoir, Robert Jensen's book calls on men to reject pornography, join the feminist movement, and rise above preconceived notions of sexuality
"...extremism should alarm society and that "recognizing that we live in a rape culture" is crucial. That pornography, through..."

Dec. 7, 2007 Books Review by Terry Ornelas Woodroffe

Shooting War
Shooting War, writer Anthony Lappé and illustrator Dan Goldman's glossy, all-color graphic novel, is a political satire focused on the business of corrupt journalism, wars on terror, and networks shaking hands with governments
"...Xbox 365. The future of independent journalism is in live-stream video-blogging. Yet the general climate of America in Shooting..."

Nov. 23, 2007 Books Review by Sofia Resnick

The Hypocrisy of Disco: A Memoir
Disco doesn't have much to do with anything in Clane Hayward's memoir of her late Seventies, peripatetic preteens, which were spent shuttling between a hippie mom, redneck dad, and anybody else with an open space – but not necessarily an open heart – in which Hayward could crash
"...when H'lane and her loincloth-wearing boyfriend take Hayward to live off the land on Sugarloaf Mountain. Nothing to do..."

Nov. 23, 2007 Books Review by Kimberley Jones

New Stories From the South: 2007 – The Year's Best
Isolation, family dysfunction, dogs, brutal weather, and regret
"...with pieces by two Houston natives who both now live in Montana. In "Goats," Rick Bass tells us there's..."

Oct. 26, 2007 Books Review by Joe O'Connell

Rant: An Oral Biography of Buster Casey
What do you do if you've invented a character who embodies the violent rejection of modern society, and that character becomes more popular than you ever dreamed he would?
"...or the other down holes belonging to whatever critters live below – rattlesnake, gopher, coyote – in order to..."

April 13, 2007 Books Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Against the Day
"...time out of memory's reach for the vast majority alive today (the turn of last century). What then, besides..."

Dec. 15, 2006 Books Review by James Renovitch

The Road
No one has ever accused Cormac McCarthy of portraying the black-hearted underbelly of human nature through rose-colored glasses
"...elderly gentleman who philosophizes here that "where men can't live gods fare no better." And those seeking a metaphorical..."

Sept. 15, 2006 Books Review by Jay Trachtenberg

The Town on Beaver Creek: The Story of a Lost Kentucky Community
It also takes a certain kind of person to live on in the memories of the former townspeople, and since much of Michelle Slatalla's research was conducted in interviews, only the most extraordinary stories survive
"...It also takes a certain kind of person to live on in the memories of the current townspeople, and..."

Sept. 15, 2006 Books Review by Jess Sauer

Brief Encounters With Che Guevara
Ben Fountain's debut collection of short stories
"...explore cultures and histories, to glimpse how other people live, to gain a fresh view of ourselves and how..."

Aug. 25, 2006 Books Review by Michael Yang

Mothers & Other Monsters
'Our children are hostages to the world,' a mother stricken with Alzheimer's tells her daughter in the story 'Oversite,' included among this collection by Maureen F. McHugh
"...Maureen F. McHugh. It is this moment of clarity delivered by one permanently in a mental fog that serves..."

Aug. 18, 2006 Books Review by Melanie Haupt

The Bradbury Chronicles: The Life of Ray Bradbury
Is there any quantitative or qualitative way to measure the tremendous, meteoric impact Waukegan, Ill.'s native spaceman has had on American letters, pop culture, and the planet as a whole?
"...Steinbeck's hungry dust devils, and his oft-repeated intention – "Live forever!" – has at last been borne out of..."

April 15, 2005 Books Review by Marc Savlov

Dancing on Main Street
Lorenzo Thomas of Houston is a thinking-man's writer. His critical studies of folklore, modernism, and music are substantial works, and in both prose and poetry he always addresses the difficult issues.
"...("Still/If we have nothing left/But carnal beauty//Well, I can live with that"), Thomas' book is more than the sum..."

Dec. 31, 2004 Books Review by Dave Oliphant

In the Shadow of No Towers
Art Spiegelman's response to September 11 is an invigorating obstacle course for the eyes and a workout for the reader's mind
"...bit less uneasily years later, especially if we didn't live in the Big Apple when the towers fell. But..."

Sept. 10, 2004 Books Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

China
"...Rarely do we see a novel actually live up to the responsibility of the form: to seek..."

July 16, 2004 Books Review by Shawn Badgley

Stories From Another World
Because the jacket of Sheila Kohler's new collection of short stories bears warm endorsements from Amy Tan and J.M. Coetzee, her fellow South African native and recent winner of the Nobel Prize, it has a lot to live up to.
"...of the Nobel Prize, it has a lot to live up to -- even before you open to its..."

Dec. 26, 2003 Books Review by Jessica Garratt

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