Arts

Times Lauds Play's "Vigorous Defense of Gay marriage"

Hyping a new gay play, the Times lets two performers accuse a politician of inciting anti-gay violence.

Times Acts as Handmaiden to Feminist Faludi's Deluded Take on 9-11

Patricia Cohen: "The prefeminist thinking was everywhere, Ms. Faludi said: in the media, where female commentators were suddenly scarce after 9-11 and specious trend reports appeared about women ...

Bad Company III

For American Businessmen in the News, the Defense Never Rests

Times Celebrates: A Vietnam Protest Lives Again as Art

The Times helps repurpose anti-Vietnam War agitprop for Iraq in "Giving New Life To Protests Of Yore."

Flooding the Zone on a High School Anti-War Play

The Times issued its third story on an anti-war student play put on by a Connecticut high school drama class - the same paper that buried the JFK Airport terror threat.

'Soft Porn' in the Sunday Washington Post

Under the guise of promoting feminist art, the Arts section of the April 22 Washington Post featured four images of nude or partially nude women and suggested that pornography is aesthetic.

Prometheus Bush?

Theatre critic Wilborn Hampton finds modern-day resonance in the ancient tale of an "autocratic ruler who runs roughshod over anyone who disagrees with him."

PBS Alum Robert MacNeil Slams 'Fundamentalism' in Kennedy Center Speech

Smearing religious conservatives is not enough for the Washington Post; MacNeil should have attacked America as well.

Dixie Chicks Triumphant

How sweet: "After death threats, boycotts and a cold shoulder from the country music establishment, the Dixie Chicks gained sweet vindication Sunday night...."

The Black Hole of Sundance

The 2007 Sundance festival has reached a new low with a strange, yet highly publicized film called Zoo.
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