Archive for April, 2010

Susan Boyle Wins The World

When American album sales for last year were tallied up, Taylor Swift edged out Susan Boyle … Read more »

Pollini Celebrates Chopin B-day

The flood of Chopin performances and recordings launched by the 200th anniversary of the composer’s birth … Read more »

Mikhalkov’s New Film Flops

Nikita Mikhalkov’s “A Slave of Love” may be my favorite movie by a living director. But … Read more »

Allen Ginsberg’s Beat Memories

A new exhibition at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. celebrates the late poet’s remarkable photographs … Read more »

Facebook CEO: Privacy Impossible

Facebook has come under fire from privacy advocates, users, and now even US senators for what … Read more »

“Spork” Takes Tribeca Honor

At the awards presentation last night for the Tribeca Film Festival, J.B. Ghuman, Jr.‘s debut feature, … Read more »

“30 Rock” Gets Weird

I must say that “30 Rock,” which has gotten a little formulaic lately, gave us a … Read more »