Posts Tagged ‘Menomena’

ToDo ToDay: Marisha Pessl, 1,000 Andys, Dan Savage, and Ira Glass

Marisha Pessl wasn’t meant to be an office worker. In fact, while working at PricewaterhouseCoopers after college, she started drafting her debut novel, Special Topics in Calamity Physics, which earned popular and critical acclaim when it was released in 2006. Seven years later, she’s returned with an even darker pulp mystery, Night Film. Read more >>> Marisha Pessl reads [...]

ToDo ToDay: Teatro de la Luna! Pasta! Menomena!

“Our people…they don’t want to go to the theaters and suffer,” says Nucky Walder, producer of Teatro de la Luna’s 15th International Festival of Hispanic Theater. “They want comedies.” Year-round, Teatro de la Luna supports theater as seen from a Latin American perspective; but for this annual festival, it looks to outstanding theater from Hispanic [...]

The Pragmatist: Three Songs For Rebounding

Times are tough. Money's short, your boss asked you to stay late with no overtime yet again, and your girlfriend is still pissed about that Eat, Pray, Love joke you made over dinner. You're a mess, and you're not quite sure how you got here. Dwelling on the past won't fix a thing; what you need [...]

This Week in CP Arts: 100 Washington Artists, Cornel West Theory, Dinner for Schmucks

Damn. We were getting used to having the cover story. I've no immediate ideas for an arts angle on Vincent Gray, so let's get into it.
Kriston Capps leads the Arts section with his look at the forthcoming book 100 Washington Artists and its author, Lenny Campello—who, it happens, is also an art dealer who's represented [...]