In this episode, Martha's world begins to fall apart, both on a professional and personal level.
The Lorraine Hansberry drama "A Raisin in the Sun" opened at New York City's Ethel Barrymore Theater on March 11, 1959.
A new exhibit highlights the CPUSA's role in the renaissance of folk music and U.S. popular music in general during the 30s and beyond.
It was with great interest that I attended the world premiere of the cleverly titled "Fugue."
While this book isn't a history of Nazi Germany or of the GDR, it does provide a historical glimpse into both societies.
A specter is haunting opera in this epic about revolution by Academy Award-winning composer John Corigliano and librettist William Hoffman.
My movie buddy and I didn't really mind seeing a movie about pretentious people, but we felt that the entire thing was pretentious.
World-renowned performer Antoine "Fats" Domino was born on this date in New Orleans in 1928.
The 30th Film Independent Spirit Awards on Feb. 21, was held beneath an elaborate tent constructed at Santa Monica Beach.
"I have decided long ago that my songs and ballads would not get the hugs and kisses of the capitalistic experts." - Woody Guthrie