A dozen dinner deals
by Kate Schmidt | May 6, 2010
For three decades Alexander Polikoff has been pushing the CTA to keep the promises it made after a landmark desegregation case.
by Mara Tapp | Nov 10, 2005
Curator Wu Hung on the appeal of photography to young Chinese artists, the surprising influence of Western art on the East, surviving the Cultural Revolution, and more.
by Mara Tapp | Dec 23, 2004
Moises Kaufman, the celebrated director of The Laramie Project and I Am My Own Wife, talks about the injustice of labels, theater that's stuck in the past, and his new project—a Tennessee Williams script too daring for its time.
by Mara Tapp | Dec 2, 2004
Bosnian novelist Aleksander Hemon shares his insight on nationalism and what it might really mean for the States to stand united.
by Mara Tapp | Nov 11, 2004
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