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Calendar, Night&Day Poetry in Motion

Poetry in Motion

On the surface, the artistic mediums of dance and poetry are unlikely bedfellows. Sure, the Greeks of yore performed poetic works. And there was the Broadway musical Cats, based on works by T.S. Eliot. But by and large, these two…
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News, The Snitch Mayoral Selection: What the Hell Is Gonna Happen Today?

Mayoral Selection: What the Hell Is Gonna Happen Today?

To paraphrase T.S. Eliot, the ongoing showdown between the progressive supervisors and erstwhile Mayor Gavin Newsom regarding the naming of his successor will end with a bang or a whimper. Or lots of whimpering. Or lots of banging. The supes…
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Calendar, Kid Stuff Dear Everybuggy

Dear Everybuggy

WED 11/5 In 1973, Marianne Carus was deep into the world of editing children's books when she had a hunch. Some research proved her speculation correct: No children's magazines offered original stories, not a single one. Realizing that she was…
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Night Crawler

There may never be a proper occasion to find myself in the Redwood Room so I go anyway, one late afternoon in the summer of many years ago. It's cool and dark and spacious, and smells of delicate moneyed grace…
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The Classics Reclassified

T.S. Eliot's The Wasteland isn't the first work theater people might consider adapting; it doesn't lend itself to dancing kitties, after all, and is so dense, so richly packed with literary allusions to everything from the Bible to Greek myth…
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