Dogtown fully embraces its Irish identity as evidenced by the Ancient Order of Hibernians' St. Patrick's Day Parade where attendees hold nothing back, imbibing from sunup to sundown in celebration of St. Patrick and shamrocks. During the rest of the year, though, Dogtown is home to a solid core of n ... More >>
RFT stages an around-the-clock diner-thon
Do you love kitchsy Japanese cartoon cats? Do you also love the spare realism of Edward Hopper? Well, you're in luck this weekend as Leslie Holt's Hello Modern Art debuts at phd gallery. Her miniature replicas of classic art pieces, updated with the adorable bow-adorned Hello Kitty in ... More >>
The somber joys of the nocturne
Once again we were scrambling to find a place to eat. Our intended destination was like something out of an Edward Hopper painting: The chef, in kitchen whites and striped apron, stood outside the restaurant's entrance on a Friday evening, gazing forlornly up and down one of the city's busier avenue ... More >>
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
Letters sees WWII from Japanese POV, as Eastwood continues to chip away at the hero myth
You are what you eat: The story of a culture, told through its cuisine.
Opera Theatre closes out 2006 with a passionate Street Scene
Shangri-La is a luscious slice of Americana
Alan Oxenhandler's one-night stand
Sprague's unorthodox spirit shines in retrospective; Keith's use of kitsch and nostalgia is breathtaking
Brian Novatny, Richard Knight and Kit Keith use their love of everyday objects to create warm, engaging art
Sampling the glories of diner cuisine