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The trailer for Tim Blake’s Leaves of Grass, otherwise known as the movie where Edward Norton plays a pair of twins, reminds us a bit of My Name Is Earl. That might be because of the heavy-handed use of Southern accents — though the film is set in Oklahoma. Then there’s the fact that it [...] Related posts:
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Wisdom, insights and random observations from this weekend's Arts & Leisure section.
People who run orchestras and opera companies are swift to leap on the celebrity bandwagon. Is that a boon or a bane to world of Brahms and Beethoven?
Barneys has filled its windows with papier-mâché effigies of characters and cast members from "Saturday Night Live."
Dante comes across in fits and starts, but the piece confirms that no one tells a story or formulates theater with quite the loose-limbed flexibility and openness of Joan Jonas.
Directors crossing among genres is much more prevalent in Europe and the U.K. than it is in the United States.
Carrie Underwood's new album, "Play On" (19/Arista Nashville), easily reached the top of the Billboard chart this week.
Carrie Fisher's one-woman show will run for two additional weeks.
The street artist Shepard Fairey has won the right to a new lawyer in his ongoing suit against The Associated Press over the image that became his celebrated Barack Obama "Hope" poster.