by Ben Gassman
JUNE 2014 | Theater
Little-kiss lives. Im a sucker for broken alliteration and this phrase popped out of Ariel Stesss play Mother Milkan adaptation of Aeschyluss Oresteia set amidst American college town domestic squabbles and at what seemed like a family frat party with brother and sister playing grotesque and hilarious drinking gamesand tackled me, some Tuesday evening in the late winter of 2009.
by Zaheer Kazmi
MAY 2015 | Field Notes
The Sears Tower in Chicago, renamed the Willis Tower in 2009, was once renowned for being the tallest skyscraper in the world, outstripping even the World Trade Centers Twin Towers in its bid to reach the heavens. It too stands fantastically highan awesome testament to human ingenuity, American power, and hubris.