Tuesday, May 16, 2017
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Everyone knows the postcard-perfect view of New Orleans: a streetcar making its way down the oak-canopied length of St. Charles Avenue at twilight, the steady splash of a paddleboat along the Mississippi River, a piping hot bowl of gumbo.

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Along with the usual roster of all-star authors, master classes and panel discussions, this year’s Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival will once again include a broad selection of theatrical offerings by — and inspired by — Tennessee …

Horton Foote, the prolific Southern playwright extraordinaire, recipient of two Academy Awards (screenplays for “To Kill a Mocking Bird” and “Tender Mercies,”) and a Pulitzer Prize (“A Young Man from Atlanta”) is celebrated for his gentle but unfl…

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Coming at the end of the so-called Disney Renaissance, the 1999 animated film “Tarzan” followed blockbusters like “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Lion King.” By then, Disney’s movie-to-musical machine had been firmly established, and the transitio…

Thursday, March 16, 2017

1. WHAT IS IT? Depression glass is a molded glass product made from the mid-1920s, through the 1930s, and into the very early 1940s. World War II put an end to most of the manufacturing because the factories were used to make other items and mater…

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