Jan 30, 2014
'Labor Day' material too thin to support deep, romantic story
The funniest unintentional laugh in “Labor Day” is the way adaptor / director Jason Reitman treats this eye-rolling, melodramatic romance novel as if he’s got his hands on the works of Dostoevsky or Tolstoy.
Christopher Plummer's Solo Show and Other "Big Idea" Plays
A quartet of Big Idea plays has opened over the past two weeks, exploring the intersections of art, psychology and history.
All the Land to Hold Us' by Rick Bass
Rick Bass, who began his fiction writing in 1989, was a geologist, as is Richard in the novel "All the Land to Hold Us."
Thinking in Numbers' by Daniel Tammet
These books say to the reader "I know you hated this in school, but hold my hand and you'll be fine; it's really not so bad."
It's confirmed that the remains of oil paintings were found in the stove ashes in Romania where it was feared that the stolen Kunsthal Rotterdam paintings were burned.