Soderbergh’s “Bubble” didn’t pop, but it didn’t burst, either.
Ok. So Steven Soderbergh‘s experimental film “Bubble” didn’t do much business in theaters. Seventy grand in 32 theaters isn’t exactly an “Ocean’s 11” type score, but that’s to miss the […]
“Springtime for Hitler” in Tel Aviv?
We’re always amused when the U.S. media takes an Israelis-are-wilting-flowers tack when it comes to popular culture. Viz, today’s Associated Press missive about how the Broadway musical “The Producers” has […]
A Fishbowl Report: BHL in the “beating heart of Judaism”
Fishbowl is dizzy with delight: rock-star philosophe Bernard-Henri Lévy loves us! Well, actually, he signed our book but that’s good enough for us. Ever since he rocketed to the top […]
Taking out the Trash, 01.31.06
A handful of Washington Post reporters talk with its readers about Oprah coverage, blogs and how “The Post wants to be a more aggressive local paper.” “Photogs Slam White House […]
The Changing Of The Guard: ‘Sup, Steve And Alissa
We’re out. Steve Delahoyde, ur-guest editor, and Alissa Walker, ur-AIGA-er, are in. So we thought it might be nice to get to know the new kids on the block. Here’s […]
When “Ode On A Grecian Urn” isn’t in Nexis
You know the story: girl writes article, girl publishes article, article is ripped off by a foreign publication, second girl reads foreign publication and gets an idea for a great […]