Actor Tom Arnold tussled with Reality TV maven Mark Burnett at a pre-Emmys party Sunday September 16, and the story just keeps getting stranger.
Not only are the couple lovers, Saltzman says they are avatars of himself and his late partner Arnold Glassman.
The installation features a virtual reality film “The Last Goodbye” in which Pinchas Gutter takes the viewer to the Majdanek concentration camp.
In “Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable,” a complicated portrait of the artist emerges.
“Recovery must belong to people, not corporations who cause and profit off our pain,” Goldin’s statement reads.
In the clip Freud describes his early practice that would ultimately become the field of psychoanalysis.
Even Dorothy Parker, the queen of witty ripostes might have had a hard time making light of this fresh hell.
In the video clip we learn a little about Sacks’s writing process – it’s a surprisingly soggy one.
The shofar is not a very versatile instrument. Still, it has popped up in some interesting places over the course of its history.
We do have to wonder if this new storytelling tactic, a literal case-by-case one, doesn’t seem more episodic than serialized.