She lost to Dinara Safina but who cares, Jelena Dokic is back!
Is This the World’s Cheapest Dress? By ERIC WILSON Published: May 1, 2008 How Steve & Barry’s became a $1 billion company selling celebrity style for $8.98.
Six Novels of Clues to the Soul of Mother Russia By TIMOTHY L. O’BRIEN Published: August 5, 2007 A reading of Martin Cruz Smith’s Renko novels set in Russia offers an incisive encapsulation of Soviet and post-Soviet travails over the last few decades. Dig Up the Garrote and the Moscow Rule Book: Guess Who’s Back […]
Author of Clockers, Color of Money & Sea of Love in Interview. A Kaleidoscopic Perspective on a Murder, and Dreams Lost and Found By MICHIKO KAKUTANI Published: March 4, 2008 In his latest novel, “Lush Life,” Richard Price puts his myriad gifts together to create his most powerful and galvanic work yet.
Back in Portland, the Latest Outsider Has a Skateboard By BLAKE NELSON Published: March 2, 2008 Gus Van Sant’s new film, “Paranoid Park,” again shows his fascination with the young, “the creators of the new.”
Martin Sheen at the Tate Lecture – Part One & Two Part One – Discusses impact and influence of James Dean upon his childhood, filming Apocalypse Now and both working and personal relationship with Marlon Brando. Part Two – Discusses relationship with son Charlie Sheen, personal political views and views on Acting (concluding with questions […]
Roy Scheider, Actor in ‘Jaws,’ Dies at 75 By DAVE KEHR Published: February 11, 2008 Mr. Scheider was a stage actor with a background in the classics who became one of the leading figures in the American film renaissance of the 1970s.
Basking in the Sun Though Wary of a Storm By JON PARELES Published: February 5, 2008 In the three years since Sheryl Crow released “Wildflower” she has changed everything from her residence to her commercial expectations.
A Strange Career Takes an Odd Turn By PETER KEEPNEWS Published: February 10, 2008 After 22 years without an album, Steven Wright has earned a second Grammy nomination.
Horror Auteur Is Unfinished With the Undead By KATRINA ONSTAD Published: February 10, 2008 Over five films and four decades the director George A. Romero’s slack-jawed undead have been our tour guides through a brainless, barbaric America.