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Zap2It.comOutside of the stand-up comedy circuit, Jeffrey Ross is best known for a long slew of TV and movie appearances and for gleefully skewering not-so-sacred cows like Pamela Anderson and Hugh Hefner in Friars Club roasts. The new documentary "Patriot Act"...
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Tribune theater criticIt's not a matter of temperature: Bruce Norris' "The Pain and the Itch" is just as icy as his previous Steppenwolf Theatre Company-produced works, "The Infidel" (2000), "Purple Heart" (2002) and "We All Went Down to Amsterdam" (2003). Nor is it a matter...
Tribune theater criticAdam Rapp, a writer drawn to hopeless romantics and those who feast on them, has written three-fifths or so of his best play yet: "Red Light Winter," an arresting study in melancholic triangulation and obsessions dashed, charting the intersection of two...
Courant Staff WriterWhen noted architects from Amsterdam and New York unveil their expansion plans for the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art at a press conference Friday, the public will get its first glimpse of the dramatic, innovative improvements soon in store for the 160-...
Sun StaffFour gay Marylanders wed this week in San Francisco say they want their marriages recognized in this state and have been contacted by the American Civil Liberties Union about becoming test cases in a judicial showdown, though none plan to file a lawsuit...
Zap2It.com19th Century New York. A time of lawlessness, rampantpolitical corruption and great unrest. With the Civil War underway, the country is torn apart and on the brink of chaos. For the inhabitants of Manhattan’s Five Points, a war is also raging closer to...
Tribune staff reporterWe were on a mission. Go to London and find at least 15 quality hotels where two can stay for $150 or less a night. That's right. Not 150 pounds, but 150 dollars, including breakfast and tax (the dreaded VAT, a.k.a. value-added tax at 17.5 percent). It...
The Hartford CourantNever underestimate the box-office appeal of the 17th-century Flemish master Michael Sweerts, even if his reputation had to be resurrected from centuries of nearly terminal obscurity. This once celebrated, globe-trotting painter, who was knighted by...
Tribune staff reporterAnyone who has ever visited Amsterdam's red-light district probably would have known better than to do what we did. It's not that we were stupid, or particularly uninformed or obnoxious. We were just tourists. Yet in the world capital of legal drug use...
I've eaten my share of tapas, but I've never been to Spain. So as I often do when faced with a cuisine with which I have limited experience, I find a friend with the right credentials. Let me tell you right away that my friend -- born in New York to a...
Tags: Sausages, Lifestyle and Leisure, Potatoes, Aioli, Appetizers
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