Tuesday May 21
The Village Voice
Lois Smith and Frances Sternhagen Continue to Live Dazzling Parallel Lives Onstage
From a certain vantage point, it's hard not to suspect that stage veterans Lois Smith and Frances Sternhagen have been living parallel lives - a suspicion that only gained credence when, at this year's Obies ceremony, Meryl Streep presented them with the award for lifetime achievement, the first time it has ever been shared.
Irondale Cafe more than a one-dish restaurant, although those tomatoes are good (dining...
Irondale Cafe became a tourist destination, in part, because of Fannie Flagg's book "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe" . Flagg based the fictional town in her 1987 novel on Irondale.
Online scripted shows are targeting female viewers
Rapidly growing in numbers and influence, female viewers are reshaping original programming at major platforms such as AOL, Hulu, and YouTube.
The Cherry Cola Book Club' a must-read for lovers of libraries and books
Author Ashton Lee is making a sweet start with his debut novel. "The Cherry Cola Book Club" has been compared to Fannie Flagg's "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Cafe," and Rebecca Well's "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood." Admirable comparisons, to be sure.
Monsters and Critics
Season Two of 'Lauren' to Premiere Friday, May 3, on WIGS
WIGS, the No. 1 channel for scripted drama on YouTube, today announced that Season Two of fan-favorite series Lauren, which explores the consequences of dealing with sexual assault in the military, will premiere on Friday, May 3 with four new episodes.