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Call Me Madam - Bright, Bouncy, and at times creaky

Reviewed by Judd Hollander Given the state of things in the world today, one would think the time would be prefect for a revival of the 1950 Broadway musical, Call Me Madam. The show currently being given a such treatment as part of the Encores! series at New York City Center . With a score by Irving Berlin, a book by Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse, and starring Ethel Merman, this gentle political satire originally ending up running for a total of 644 performances. In ...
Tags: Congress, Berlin, New York City, Theatre, Washington Dc, Maria, Cosmo, Kenneth, Berman, Sally, Ike, U S, Lauren Worsham, Ethel Merman, Irving Berlin, Ben Davis


Karl J. Kuerner

I had the opportunity this fall to take advantage of a one of the Plein Air Painting Days sponsored by the Brandywine River Museum, that gives artists the opportunity to paint at Kuerner Farm in Chadds Ford, PA. The farm is famous as the location for many of Andrew Wyeth’s most recognizable works, and is now part of the Brandywine Conservancy. It’s also simply a beautiful place to paint, with or without the connection to Wyeth. While there, I happened to meet Karl J. Kuerner, an artist who wor...
Tags: Art, Pennsylvania, Gallery And Museum Art, Howard Pyle, Andrew, Karl, Ike, Andrew Wyeth, Chadds Ford, Wyeth, Brandywine, Brandywine Valley, Appalachian Piedmont, Karl J Kuerner, Plein Air Painting Days, Brandywine River Museum


The Trump ‘Make America Great Again’ Hat Is Actually An Effective Piece Of Design

Design “It’s infuriatingly good,” says famous New York ad man George Lois. “And at this point,” writes Carolina Miranda, “it’s unforgettable. The hat has become the ‘I Like Ike’ button and Obama ‘Hope’ poster of our time – the official objet d’art of an election that has turned into one long, bad-hair-day episode of reality […]
Tags: Art, New York, Visual, Trump, Ike, Obama Hope



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