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    1. Hearing words in a new way is part of the experience of “Reread Another,” a 1921 avant-garde play by Gertrude Stein.

    2. To paraphrase Gertrude Stein , song is a song is a song is a song. The Oakland-raised writer’s elliptical verse serves as the source of inspiration for the latest project by Ramon and Jessica , the singer/songwriter duo of Dina Maccabee and Jesse Olsen Bay . They present Roses are Blue, a suite for vocal ensemble inspired by Stein’s 1938 children’s book The World is Round, Friday at Berkeley’s ...

    3. SPRING AWAKENING (2015) ***1/2 out of **** DADDY LONG LEGS ** out of **** REREAD ANOTHER ** out of **** SPRING AWAKENING (2015) ***1/2 out of **** BROOKS ATKINSON THEATRE When Deaf Theatre West came to Broadway in 2003 with its acclaimed revival of Big River, I was bummed not to get a chance to see it. Like many, I was intrigued. A deaf theater company. Doing a musical ? What did that even mean...

    4. See Striking Portraits of Mid-Century Icons

      New York MagazineSep 20 07:15 PM

      For most of the 20th century, Cecil Beaton photographed the icons of each passing decade. He captured Salvador Dalí and Gertrude Stein in the '30s, Picasso in the '40s, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor in the '50s, Andy Warhol in the '60s — even Richard Avedon and Irving Penn were among ... More »

    5. New York City exhibition looks at the life and writings of Ernest Hemingway

      The Canadian Press via Yahoo Canada NewsSep 25 08:56 AM

      A new exhibition in New York City takes an in-depth look at the life and writings of Ernest Hemingway. There are also two handwritten pages of "A Farewell to Arms" and correspondence with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein and others. The exhibition is organized with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.

    6. Retailers who want to satisfy all appetites at once should remember that there can be such a thing as too much of a good thing Halloween is still a month away, but everything on the shelves has been removed and replaced with a nightmare version of itself. Why does the approach of a fixed point in the liturgical calendar mean my salad dressing turns to pumpkin syrup? In one of her more accessible...

    7. A Glimpse of Ernest Hemingway's Fastidious Way With Words

      The Wall Street JournalSep 22 06:01 PM

      A new exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City reveals the writer Ernest Hemingway as a meticulous list-maker, ledger-keeper and correspondent, who tracked expenses, word counts and the spoils of his fishing trips.

    8. Fall art shows to check out in NYC

      amNewYorkSep 11 02:15 PM

      The beach crowds may be winding down and the outdoor concerts waning, but that just means the fall arts season is heating up. Here are some of the major art shows in NYC to check out over the next few months.

    9. Axel Willner's mother never understands his music. She's in fine company. When his debut album From Here We Go Sublime was released in 2007, it gathered a cultish following and topped many critics' Best Of lists for the year, but Willner recalls the most common refrain was "it sounds like a disc skipping."

    10. Deportation of Canadians is more than novel. It is revolutionary. And so voters and leaders alike are struggling with this question of what it means to be a citizen

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