Tuesday Mar 4
Will Spielberg Ever Win Another Oscar?
For many years, Steven Spielberg was labeled a ''popcorn'' director, who merely directed summer blockbusters.
When enough is enough
Ever since the advent of the medium, movie-making and the portrayal of universal human suffering has been a natural pair.
'Girl on a Bicycle' premieres in
Fans of "The Notebook," the 2004 hit from screenwriter Jeremy Leven, will be intrigued to see Leven's new romantic comedy, "Girl on a Bicycle."
Lansing State Journal
Award-winning writer Tony Kushner on stage at Wharton
When "Angels in America" hit Broadway in 1992 it was a phenomenon. Although it was only Tony Kushner's second play, "Angels" was powerful opus, subtitled "A Gay Fantasia on National Themes," and hit the theater world like an explosion.
The smile is always heart-warming, the familiar twinkle in the eye always friendly.