Saturday at 6 pm on The American Sound it’s Christmas at the movies, early American Christmas music and a symphony that reminds us what hope is all about.
Join the Ohio Historical Society Feb. 20 for HeART of Soul! to celebrate African American art, history and culture at the Ohio Historical Center
In December, 2009, The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, a film based on a never-before-produced screenplay by Tennessee Williams opened in theaters.
Let the arguments begin. Nick Chordas, who writes film reviews for The Columbus Dispatch, posted a link to Moviephone that included the 10 worst films of the decade.
Head to Arts in the Alley at South Campus Gateway on Thursday, Dec 3, for lots of arts activities.
“On one level, the angels are pure-hearted documentarians,” Michael Atkinson writes in a new Criterion essay about Wim Wenders’s Wings of Desire
Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch talked to Christopher, and Bob McGrath joined the interview to answer questions about working on Sesame Street the television show.
Of guitarist Richard Smith, who is just 30 years old, Chet Atkins said: “He can play anything I know, only better.”
Which doesn’t mean that it’s great art, of course. But the Wexner always seems to be posing that $64,000 question of what is worth being put on display and what isn’t.
I’m glad I’m not the only one who is tired of Michael Moore.