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Portrait of an Artist

Although initially performing as a pianist strictly with jazz techniques, Eric Lewis has expanded the traditional limits of a jazz ...


Editor's Picks 2009

Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.


High Art

“Up until LSD, I never realized that there was anything beyond this normal working state of consciousness,” George Harrison famously said in 1987.


With New Cookbook, PETA Reworks Pita, Other Vegan Foods

It’s an established cliché that throughout their four years in college the majority of students will subsist on instant Ramen ...

On Campus

Reaching Beyond the Theater Stage

Under the new artistic direction of Diane Paulus, the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) is in for a massive rehaul. Forget

Raunchiness in Renaissance England

If you think “Gossip Girl” is raunchy, you haven’t brushed up on your English dramaturgy. The Renaissance aristocracy had their

Student Work Featured at NYC Tribeca Film Festival

It’s the senior thesis that people will actually see, even if for the first time at the Tribeca Film Festival

White Lies

The Brits have a lot to boast about when it comes to their contribution to the definitive catalog of 80s

Cherry Blossoms

Typically in bloom for two weeks of the year, cherry blossoms have captivated generations struggling to come to terms with

At the Crossroads of Natural History and Art

As photographer Rosamond Purcell understands it, a common misconception plagues the relationship between scientists and artists: when these two fields

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Clever Quips and Melodies in 'Rake's Progress'

After two consecutive years of performing the standard Mozartian fare, the Dunster House Opera Society is about to strut new

Bard Plays Lead for Garber

For Marjorie Garber, a 392-year-old English playwright is of real importance to today’s world. Indeed, even after having written five

Jones Supports Polo Team Versus Yale

While not in a stadium packed with 31,398 football fans this weekend, the Crimson polo players had their own face

'Kaminski' Got Nothing

It seems that great artists are always known by certain iconic stories. Who can forget the tragedy of Vincent van

Polo Rides on Jones’ Gifts

For many, the most visible association Tommy Lee Jones ’69 has had with his alma mater was his cameo in