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2012 Stories by Silke Tudor

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  • Bach’s Lunch

    published March 14, 2012

    While not considered a great composer during his lifetime, Johann Sebastian Bach created more than 1,100 works, three of which were pressed onto... More >>

  • Literary Lies

    published March 14, 2012

    For word-lovers there can be no greater bluffing game than Balderdash. Originally a Victorian parlor game known as the Game of Dictionary, the... More >>

  • The Adaptability Shuffle

    published March 14, 2012

    In 2010, choreographer Jenni Bregman heard Oliver Sacks interviewed on NPR. After a lifetime of studying neurological conditions -- synesthesia,... More >>

  • Pi in Your Face

    published March 7, 2012

    Mathematically speaking, pi is transcendental, irrational, and deliciously random. It is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its... More >>

  • Brutally Delicate

    published March 7, 2012

    Watching Eiko & Koma is like observing nature. The duo is brutal and beautiful; lingering, gradual, and dynamic; deliberate and chaotic. In a... More >>

  • Artist? Criminal? Yes

    published February 29, 2012

    Last year Revok, a member of the graffiti crew MSK, was arrested and sentenced to 180 days for failure to pay for property damage when his work... More >>

  • Blades, Flames, and Boobs

    published February 15, 2012

    We can think of no better remedy for Valentine’s season than some serious knife-gargling, a couple of jiggly boobies, and a whole lot of... More >>

  • Gender, Bent

    published February 8, 2012

    The monthlong series “Bros Before Hos” explores “masculinity and its discontent” via avenues such as vintage stag movies,... More >>

  • Human Wrongs

    published February 8, 2012

    Zimbabwe is home to the breathtaking Mana Pools, Victoria Falls, Mountains of the Mist, and ancient stone ruins of a sprawling kingdom. After... More >>

  • Grass-Fed Sounds

    published February 8, 2012

    Hailing from the Appalachian region of West Virginia, the burgeoning BrownChicken BrownCow StringBand (tonight at 8 p.m. at Café Du Nord)... More >>

  • The Form of Function

    published February 8, 2012

    Raised in an artistic family, Christophe Come began making jewelry and bronze sculpture under the prestigious tutelage of French sculptor Louise... More >>

  • Handsome Prince Not Included

    published January 25, 2012

    Sleeping Beauty, the directorial debut by award-winning Australian author Julia Leigh, follows the movements of a beautiful and pointedly... More >>

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