Sep 28, 2022

Chammeili: Exploring the magic in everyday life

Kaamya Talwar Sharma, the singer, songwriter and guitarist who fronts the indie pop band Chammeili, said music has always been in her blood. “I have a visceral reaction to music, deep inside. I always have. I don’t know...
Sep 28, 2022

Daddy’s Girl: ‘Blonde’ is more than you ever wanted to know about Marilyn Monroe

A few notes on Andrew Dominik’s Blonde: Let’s be frank. Do we really need another retelling of the Marilyn Monroe story? Might as well say: Let’s take another look at Elvis Presley. Or Andy Warhol? Judy Garland?...
Sep 28, 2022

Joe Satriani: Surfing between the worlds of music and fine art

The late French visual artist Henri Matisse once said, “Don’t wait for inspiration; it comes while working.” It’s a mantra storied guitarist Joe Satriani fiercely embraced as he weathered the pandemic with the rest of the world. While...
Sep 14, 2022

Agatha’s Attic: Nifty whodunit ‘See How They Run’ pays tribute to Agatha Christie

Relaxed and witty, See How They Run is an ideal non-anxiety-producing piece of popcorn entertainment for the busy autumn season, a reminder that there’s...
What makes a good sandwich? Albert Ok, the chef behind OK’s Deli, agrees with the synthpop band Depeche Mode. You have to get the balance right....
Ah, the children! They belong to us, sayeth the Department of Defense. At least some of them do. It’s a little more complicated than it used to be,...
Carrie Orth’s Kitchenette 625 is a family affair. Her daughter and son-in-law, Vonnie and Scott Davidson, opened Ocean View Brew Works in 2017. Before Kitchenette opened...
As keynote speaker at Notre Dame’s Religious Liberty Summit conference in Rome last July, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said that “religious liberty is under attack.”  Speaking...
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