Half a century later, the play that gave Stoppard his start is as forbidding as ever.
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Today, Washington City Paper debuted its first People Issue, a special edition of the paper dedicated to the folks who help make life in D.C. the creative, noisy, well-fed, funny, drunk, vibrant, (occasionally) nude, and ever-changing place it is.
We talked to a whole bunch of notable folks in the art world, all of whom you [...]
You can take the Bible's Genesis story any number of ways, even if you don't take it religiously. Humans contaminated by knowledge? Metaphorically speaking, that could easily apply to a range of shifts in human experience, from the evolution of consciousness to society's growth from a nomadic lifestyle to an agrarian one or to simply [...]