Water Works

A new exhibition at the UA Museum of Art represents an ongoing dialog between painter David Andres and photographer Ann Simmons-Myers, both of whom work the deliciously organic shapes of the sea.
Margaret Regan

Landed Legacy

Viktor Slavkin's 'Cerceau' sounds a lot like Checkov's 'Cherry Orchard' -- with introspective characters idling in a country house, and all. But the newer play is also radically different.
Margaret Regan

Burning Questions

Soon it will be time to meet El Niņo's fiery side.
Kevin Franklin

First-Rate Feast

Primo Hollywood passes muster with the toughest critics in town -- bored kids.
Rebecca Cook

Just Trying To Help

Listen up, you overpriced slugs. He's only going to tell you this stuff once.
Tom Danehy

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