Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg brought humor and drama to a production of “Merchant of Venice” set in the Venetian ghetto. Would that the same were true of the production itself, says critic A.J. Goldmann.3
At Lincoln Center Festival, the Globe Theatre’s “The Merchant of Venice” transformed its source text into a play that was about anti-Semitism, not anti-Semitic itself.4
“Broad City” creators Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer applauded Hillary Clinton’s presidential nomination — while dressed up as women from 1776.
As Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept a major party’s nomination for President, Stephen Colbert thought two revolutionary ladies would be especially grateful to hear it.
A new book explores 40 once-popular restaurants — all now closed — that helped define the culinary landscape of the early 20th Century.
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