Associate Editor at Puss Puss magazine
Goodbye Cat Fancy, hello Catster .
Jan. 26, 2016from Design and Architecture
Elise Pearlstein has dedicated her life to non-fiction film, first as award-winning producer, and since 2013, as SVP of Documentary at Participant Media.
Apr. 12from The Business
Brain- numbing and head-splitting (literally the latter, since the cleaving of skulls is a recurrent motif).
Apr. 12from Film Reviews
Children’s theatre is tricky business. It’s a bit like cooking for kids. The easy way out is all sugary sweets.
Apr. 15from Opening the Curtain
There’s really nothing else like late night call in shows on the radio – other humans, in real time, just chatting.
Apr. 9from Nocturne
The battle between the Writers Guild and the talent agencies is going to court.
Apr. 18from Hollywood Breakdown
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp muses on the many art festivals—not fairs— blossoming in the desert
Apr. 11from Art Talk
Ruth Reichl shares stories from her new memoir, “Save Me the Plums,” and Alana Newhouse talks about what made the cut for her new book, “The 100 Most Jewish Foods.
Apr. 12from Good Food
Netflix is possibly buying a famous Hollywood movie theater and publishing an awards magazine. Why is the streamer investing in physical buildings and paper?
Apr. 11from Hollywood Breakdown
Chris Cander’s The Weight of a Piano explores characters with passionate attachments to things that have been lost.
Apr. 11from Bookworm