Does ‘Moby-Dick” really need to be a musical? (Yes.)
Yes, really: SparkNotes.
Call Me Ishmael, which takes its name from the famous first line of ‘Moby Dick,’ is an innovative voicemail project that asks callers to share their most meaningful reading experiences.
Philologos thought he found a misprint in ‘Moby Dick.’ Turns out, it was a tangled web of errors, unless Herman Melville was a Talmudic scholar in deep disguise.
As I walked into Nancy Hwang’s art-slathered loft on another tropical day in New York City, I reminded myself that the visit was strictly “no business.” Through a serendipitous, mysterious phone call, I had somehow landed myself a promise of homemade cake and coffee at an intimate birthday celebration among the close friends of an artist whose exhibit I had just left.