Other Things I’ve Written Lately

opus161aHere are some recent pieces I’ve written elsewhere:

  • A story for the Washington Post on the pioneering light artist Thomas Wilfred at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
  • A piece for Smithsonian Magazine.com on a new exhibit about the New York years of Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo.
  • A review of a bold play on Nina Simone at Arena Stage for Broadway World.
  • An advance story on Yep Rock’s 20th anniversary celebration for Vinyl District.
  • A report on a new exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery about the American Worker, “The Sweat of their Face.”
  • A review of a play about the U.S.S. St.Louis and the boatload of Jewish refugees escaping Germany who were refused entry to the U.S.
  • An interview with Beatles son and soundtrack composer Dhani Harrison.
  • A Q&A with Nick Hayward of Haircut 100 for Songfacts:
  • A story about a couple of African figures reunited after 100 years in a new exhibit at the National Museum of African Art.
  • A preview of a new track by Kate Tucker for Vinyl District.
  • A report on an innovative theatrical night about aspects of the digital age.
  • A look at the refurbished Freer / Sackler Gallery in Washington.
  • A review of a new play by the comedy troupe Second City that’s a little more serious.
  • And these rock reviews, which have also been seen on this blog, but not with these pictures: Pere Ubu and Johnny Dowd,  Dhani Harrison, Lucinda Williams and Yep R0c 20.


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