In 2016 we faced a financial storm system that shook us to our foundation. We even lost our station antenna and almost had to discontinue our full broadcast schedule of locally produced programs. Then came the election and its aftermath of fear, anxiety and confusion. As the New Year approaches there will be trouble ahead. … Continued
Theater critic John Lahr discusses his two most recent books, “Joy Ride,” which includes criticism and profiles from his years with the New Yorker magazine, and his recent biography of Tennessee Williams, along with his notions about criticism, reviewing, movies vs. theater, and most relevantly, political theater.
We’ve all heard the story’s of refugees fleeing war and violence from their home countries into the West … but what happens to those who survive the dangerous journey away from home? The stories and experiences are as diverse the people seeking refuge themselves. Some are settled fairly quickly especially when they have family or … Continued