Posts Tagged ‘Zaytinya’

ToDo ToDay: Isaac’s Eye, District of Literature, and Atoms for Peace

Shakespeare mastered the dramatic gore associated with eye-gouging when King Lear was first produced more than 400 years ago. Playwright Lucas Hnath further explores the scientific consequences of eye-gouging in his latest work, Isaac's Eye, which he discusses following a reading at the National Academy of Sciences. Read more >>> The reading begins at 6 p.m. at the National Academy [...]

ToDo ToDay: The End of Men

There’s a good reason we’ll never see an end to the battle of the sexes. Talking about it is just too damn fun. Hanna Rosin, senior editor at the Atlantic and co-founder of Slate’s DoubleX blog, stokes this ongoing debate better than most. After she made the case against breastfeeding, she moved onto bigger targets, [...]

Arts Roundup: Top Chef Edition

Hiya, readers. It's Thursday! Make it through today and we're into Friday, everybody's favorite day of the week. And if you want to start the party early, come celebrate our just-published Summer Music Guide with us tonight at the Rock & Roll Hotel. It's free, and the top three readers picks for Best Local Band [...]