There was a moment when I turned around and thought, ‘I am definitely in a Coen brothers movie. This is crazy.’
Wondering about what to give the arts and culture lover on your gift list? No problem—the sage writers for The Arts Fuse (with an assist from our readers) come to the rescue with thoughtful suggestions.
Though disguised in holiday trappings, 1947’s “The Bishop’s Wife” is about human frailty, thwarted ambition, and the humble rewards that accompany doing the right thing.
Arts Fuse Critics pick the best in music albums this year. Feel free to agree, disagree, and add your own favorites.
Conductor Martin Pearlman and restaurant proprietor Mary-Catherine Deibel talk about their 35 year-old friendship.
Artist Richard Thomas Scott is currently working on his new Kickstarter project, “30 Paintings in 30 Days.” Sponsors pitch him inspirations (“Challenge me to paint something I’ve never done before!”) and he interprets them on canvas..
As the individual who quite possibly had the best seats in the house for the monumental legal battle that unfolded over the course of a few weeks in the summer of 1971, James Goodale provers invaluable morsels of insight and information.
It was intimidating to go into a situation with a director (Alexander Payne) that you love so much and an actor (Bruce Dern) who has done so much and worked with so many amazing people.
Although Gene Yang envisions a similarity between the Boxers (once transformed into their mythological hero aspects) and modern superheroes, BOXERS & SAINTS is far from a simple good vs. evil slugfest.
Updated. Arts Fuse critics select the best in music, dance, and film that’s coming up this week.