“Tevye Served Raw” is a Treat for “Fiddler on the Roof” Fans and Others

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Times Square Chronicles  07/15/2018

A “baloney artist” on a train, an evil stepmother who curses angrily, a hapless traveling business man: these are just some of the characters that comprise “Tevye Served Raw,” a play depicting original stories by Sholem Aleichem, the man whose work is the basis for “Fiddler on the Roof,” Continue reading ““Tevye Served Raw” is a Treat for “Fiddler on the Roof” Fans and Others”


Meet Chef Watson

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January 3, 2016

Roll aside, Rosie — looks like the Jetsons might have found another super helper.

A new version of the “Jeopardy”-winning supercomputer Watson is here, and this time, he’s going to help you make a tasty — and healthy — dinner. Continue reading “Meet Chef Watson”

From Good Christians to Hustlers: Hollywood & Vine Intersect

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Hollywood & Vine
July/August 2011

Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street was once the Mecca of show business. Today, this renowned intersection is often a more colorful and comedic scene than a glamorous one. On a typical evening, one might see a costumed superhero speaking to a homeless pedestrian about the Lakers, while a group of teenagers waltz into the Hollywood and Highland Mall, stepping over Marilyn Monroe’s star on the gloried Walk of Fame in the process. Continue reading “From Good Christians to Hustlers: Hollywood & Vine Intersect”

A Heartfelt Sonata

Artist: Andy Warhol

January 16, 2015

Moonlight captured Beethoven’s heart, but it could have been his heart’s rhythm that affected his music.

According to a new study, Ludwig van Beethoven’s music could mirror the patterns of the composer’s own irregular heartbeat.  Continue reading “A Heartfelt Sonata”