Big Breaks or Not, the Nields Sing on

Corrections or additions?Big Breaks or Not, the Nields Sing onThis article by Richard J. Skelly was published in U.S. 1 Newspaperon February 4, 1998. All rights reserved. Go see...

Passage Theater’s New Turn

Corrections or additions?Passage Theater's New TurnThis article by Joan Crespi was published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on February 4, 1998. All rights reserved. Passage Theater has a...

Review: `Spirit North’

Corrections or additions?Review: `Spirit North'This article by Simon Saltzman was published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on February 4, 1998. All rights reserved.In his new play "Spirit North," Leslie Leehas...

Drugs & Kids: Stop, Look, & Listen

Corrections or additions?Drugs & Kids: Stop, Look, & ListenThis article was published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on February 4, 1998.Is five years of age too early for parents to...

Emmet Gowin’s Lofty Point of View

Almost as soon as the first 19th-century tinkerers figured out how to fix light and shadow onto glass and paper, they aimed their cameras out toward their surroundings. The...

Review: The Mask of Moriarty

Among the small elite of well-regarded interpreters, it is Basil Rathbone who is probably most fixed in the minds of film goers as the definitive Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur...

Review: Cymbeline

Shakespeare's absurd and goofy "Cymbeline" doesn't show up very often. There was a commendably decent staging by the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival in 1981, and an amusingly indecent staging...

A River From the Past

Growing up with asthma, Sharon Dennis Wyeth spent much of her childhood in the public library, engrossed in books with characters that were never like herself. "Much later I...

On the Road with Bernarda Shahn

Long-time artist and Roosevelt resident, Bernarda Bryson Shahn has always been happiest when she is traveling. In a more innocent time, as a first-year college student in the 1920s,...

`On Bended Knee:’ Low Budget, Big Heart

Could Trenton's Kevin Williams be the next Kevin Smith? Smith, the Jersey-bred director of "Chasing Amy," made his mark with "Clerks" -- a low-budget feature filmed entirely...

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