Glorious Gwyneth By David Rakoff
She's the backlash queen at the moment, but she should be judged on her talent -- and that's formidable
Paltry Paltrow By Michelle Goldberg
Life is like high school: If you're blonde, skinny, rich and well-connected, it doesn't matter whether you're any good -- you win
I am Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, hear me roar By Charles Taylor
Susan Isaacs' ludicrous search for politically correct heroines
in movies, TV and books shows what happens when you reduce art to messages
Modern art is a load of bullshit By Benjamin Ivry
Why can't the art world accept social satire from a black artist?
Neither a borrower ... By Craig Offman
Were parts of the hit movie "Shakespeare in Love" lifted from an obscure 1941 novel?
Never forget By Samuel G. Freedman
Playwrights Alfred Uhry and David Mamet revive the specter of
antisemitism and tap into American Jews' nostalgia for a clear-cut enemy.
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Arts & Entertainment Interview archives for: 1998 | 1995-97