A republic without citizens is a grim place indeed, as the Folger Theatre shows in its production of Julius Caesar, which cuts out nearly all the crowd scenes.
On September 9, 2014, 500 million iTunes users found a new album tucked inside their libraries: Songs of Innocence by U2. Thanks to an agreement between the Irish rock band and Apple, the album was given away for free.
Everyone knows Dean Cain as Superman, or at least a Superman. But if you ask him about politics you quickly forget that.
Scene: A pistol defies gravity, rising from the ground into a waiting hand. Emptied shell casings return to the chamber of the gun. Is a supernatural force at work? Not at all: Time is being reversed. We are seeing the consequences of actions before their causes.
Following the misadventures of Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis), and Dale (Charlie Day) in the misanthropic Horrible Bosses—a film in which, Strangers on a Train-style, the protagonists decide to kill each other’s employers—Nick, Kurt, and Dale are now the bosses.
It’s Black Friday. Perhaps you are reading this at five in the morning on your smart phone, standing in line for a deal on a Dyson vacuum cleaner or a new TV. (I may be in line with you: I’ve got my eye on a new fridge.) As the holiday shopping season begins, here are some …
William A. Reinsch, former undersecretary of commerce for export administration under President Bill Clinton, offered a surprising mea culpa in the latest annual report by the U.S.- China Economic and Security Review Commission made public earlier this month.