Tuesday Apr 15th, 2014

Leonardo da Vinci myths, explained

By Kandice Rawlings
Leonardo da Vinci was born 562 years ago today, and we’re still fascinated with his life and work. It’s no real mystery why – he was an extraordinary person, a genius and a celebrity in his own lifetime. He left behind some remarkable artifacts in the form of paintings and writings and drawings on all manner of subjects. read more »

Thursday Jul 24th, 2014

Echoes of Billie Holiday in Fancy Free

An extract from Bernstein Meets Broadway
Wednesday Jul 23rd, 2014

Roll over, Rimbaud: P. F. Kluge, Walt Whitman, and Eddie and the Cruisers

Kirk Curnutt on Eddie and the Cruisers, thirty years later.
Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

Debussy and the Great War

Eric Frederick Jensen on the composer’s war life in Paris
Saturday
Jul 19th, 2014

Contested sites on India’s Deccan Plateau

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Friday
Jul 18th, 2014

In remembrance of Elaine Stritch

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Thursday
Jul 17th, 2014

Characters of the Odyssey in Ancient Art

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Sunday
Jul 13th, 2014

Fútbol and faith: the World Cup and Ramadan

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Sunday
Jul 13th, 2014

Countries of the World Cup: Germany

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Saturday
Jul 12th, 2014

Countries of the World Cup: Netherlands

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Saturday
Jul 12th, 2014

Songs for the Games

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Friday
Jul 11th, 2014

Countries of the World Cup: Argentina

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Thursday
Jul 10th, 2014

Scenes from the Odyssey in Ancient Art

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Thursday
Jul 10th, 2014

William Mathias (1934-92) by his daughter, Rhiannon

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Thursday
Jul 10th, 2014

Countries of the World Cup: Brazil

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