The heroine of Alice Notley's noir epic poem is named Ines. This is short for "inessential," which is what Notley says the poet is, and, really, what we all are.
Jul. 10, 2014
In sunkissed Los Angeles shade is a luxury. Reporter Sam Bloch explains why, and what needs to change for Mayor Eric Garcetti to plant 90,000 trees.
from Design and Architecture
The trend in broadcast TV for the past couple of years has been to go all-in on reboots and revivals.
While ratings for broadcast television continue to plummet, the annual ritual known as the upfronts soldiers on in New York.
from Hollywood Breakdown
John Fahey’s guitar playing influenced the sound of the American underground for generations. But how does that legacy change when you hear from three of the women who knew him best?
from Lost Notes
CBS News President Susan Zirinsky, who was named to the post in January following a wave of scandals at the network, announced this week that Norah O'Donnell would be anchoring the…
For Cornerstone’s latest piece “A Jordan Downs Illumination” the focus is really space and time (or more accurately *place* through time).
from Opening the Curtain
The stories in Heads of the Colored People, by Nafissa Thompson-Spires, try to capture what’s human in what otherwise may only be trends.
Historical drama director Edward Zwick talks unlikely allies in "Trial By Fire".
from The Treatment
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I explain how the entertainment
business works. It’s like when you have some French fries on your plate, and people keep
reaching over and…
from Martini Shot