Stephen Paulus, American Composer, Dies
Composer Stephen Paulus has died at the age of 65.
A New Flannery O’Connor Archive Goes to Emory
Flannery O'Connor's archive is now available to students and scholars—along with 30 boxes filled with letters, journals, drafts, juvenilia, and other personal effects at Emory University's Rare Book Library (MARBL).
Will the Fall of Cable Mean Darker TV?
Last week, HBO and CBS both announced plans for stand-alone online services, leading to much chatter about the end of cable TV as we know it.
Wolf Hall Coming to Broadway in April
The Royal Shakespeare Company's adaptation of Hilary Mantel's best-selling historical novel Wolf Hall comes to Broadway.
Was Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp Un-American?
Were Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp films also subtle critiques of the social inequities of American capitalism?
Christopher Hogwood, Founder of the ‘Historically Informed Performance’ Movement, Dies
Christopher Hogwood's career, which spanned five decades, was defined by his groundbreaking quest for authenticity in the performance of early music, a movement that became known as "Historically Informed Performance" or "HIP".
Otsukimi: Celebrating the Autumn Moon
Otsukimi, falling on the 13th or 15th of October, celebrates the harvest moon.
The Atlanta Symphony Strike from an Organizational Science Perspective
Symphony Hall is dark. The Atlanta Symphony's 70th anniversary opening celebration is cancelled as the Symphony is on strike. What's the strategy?
OutBeat: America’s First LGBT Jazz Festival
On September 18-21, OutBeat, billed as "America's First Queer Jazz Festival", took place in Philadelphia.
Twin Peaks: Scholars Review the Original Series
On the eve of a new Twin Peaks series, it's instructive to return to early scholarly attempts to make sense of the show.