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2010 Stories by Paul Friswold

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  • It's A Dog's Life

    published March 3, 2010

    What happens to a musician after trying for years to make the big time, only to be thwarted by fate, other bandmates and questionable managers? In... More >>

  • It's A Mitzvah

    published March 3, 2010

    Nobody pokes fun at the foibles and neuroses of the Jews better than the Jews. Second City's Jewsical! The Musical tackles the... More >>

  • Different Looks

    published March 3, 2010

    New Perspectives, an exhibition of prints created by seven artists, debuts with a soft opening at the Donald D. Shook Fine Arts... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published March 3, 2010

    Newly Reviewed The People's Violin More >>

  • Strings Attached: New Jewish doesn't fiddle around with The People's Violin

    published March 3, 2010

    Independent filmmaker Solomon Shankman (Richard Strelinger) is at an impasse professionally and personally. He has dozens of projects in... More >>

  • A Bunburying We Go

    published March 3, 2010

    Jack Worthington is an upstanding young gentleman taking care of his ward, the beautiful Cecily; this is in contrast to his brother Ernest, a... More >>

  • Artgasm, Friday, February 26

    published Feb 26, 2010

    ‚ÄčIt's the last weekend of the shortest month of the year. Not really a jam-packed slate of openings, but next month is going to come in like a lion. For a full list of ongoing art shows, click here.... More >>

  • Two Heads, One Show

    published February 24, 2010

    Fans of rough-and-ready printmaking can enjoy a double dose of the art form at the one-night-only show, Two-Headed Monster-Robot: Fight!... More >>

  • Lost in Music

    published February 24, 2010

    Van McElwee's latest project, Modular Mazes: Van McElwee and Friends, is a collaborative effort exploring the possibilities of the... More >>

  • The Gravity of the Situation

    published February 24, 2010

    If art represents the society that makes it, how has the ongoing Xtreme Depression affected modern art? Newtonland: Orbits, Ellipses and... More >>

  • Hop to It

    published February 24, 2010

    Arnold Lobel's popular series of Frog and Toad books endure because childhood endures. The easygoing Frog and the irritable Toad are... More >>

  • Homecoming

    published February 24, 2010

    Beverly Weston has gone missing. The poet and former professor recently hired a young woman to help take care of him and his wife, Violet —... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published February 24, 2010

    The Diary of Anne Frank This account of the twenty-five months in which eight Jews hid from the Nazis in a cramped Amsterdam attic during... More >>

  • The Musical Hannibal

    published February 17, 2010

    Have you all read Tom Sawyer? It's the Big Read selection for our fair town, you know, and the more people who read it, the more varied the... More >>

  • Psychoacousticgeography

    published February 17, 2010

    Few things are as evocative of a country's nature as its native music. The pulse of a people can be found in their folk music, whether it's the... More >>

  • Stops Along the Way

    published February 17, 2010

    The Underground Railroad, with its coded language and network of secret passes and safe houses, is an amazing story of everyday people defying the... More >>

  • Marriage Rites

    published February 17, 2010

    A February wedding is unusual, but the Spectacular Wed-tacular is not your typical wedding. For starters, you're invited, even if you don't... More >>

  • A New Day?

    published February 17, 2010

    How many books have been written about the end of the Bush regime and the onset of the Obama regime? Many, many books — but there's always... More >>

  • A Year in Ulaan Baatar

    published February 17, 2010

    Matthew Davis left the University of Missouri-Columbia to join the Peace Corps as an English teacher in the remote western province of Mongolia.... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published February 17, 2010

    Newly Reviewed Based on a Totally True Story Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's play, whose title would suggest that this story is... More >>

  • Thirsty Work

    published February 10, 2010

    Charlie Engle, Ray Zaheb and Kevin Lin dream big: The trio planned a 111-day run that would take them through six countries, from one side of... More >>

  • Love Hurts

    published February 10, 2010

    Felicity wakes up one morning in a strange bed next to a man who she soon discovers is named Zamir. He claims to be Irish but seems to be of... More >>

  • Stranger than Fiction

    published February 10, 2010

    Like many twentysomethings, Ethan is not quite where he wants to be in life. He's working two jobs (comic-book writer by day, playwright by night)... More >>

  • Samedi Gras

    published February 10, 2010

    This is the Saturday immediately prior to Fat Tuesday, which means that you're supposed to dress for the weather (sunny/snowy/rainy/whatever) and... More >>

  • Not A Mazed

    published February 10, 2010

    The labyrinth is an ancient symbol common to many cultures. Although people use the words "maze" and "labyrinth" interchangeably, there are key... More >>

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