Author: Kevin Lee

Expanded arts coverage, with your help

Change is exciting. As hopeful creatures, we let our better natures cavort in the new spaces opportunity unveils. This port city periodical is about to experience a sea change of sorts when we double our publication rate, going...

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Bottom lines and brush strokes

Art is more than a passion or sideline pursuit for many of us, it’s a calling or a way of life and making it work as a vocation is tougher than ever imagined. Local gallery owners past and present can testify to the vagaries and...

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Arthur Miller play at USA

In 1947, Arthur Miller was on his last legs as a playwright. After his work “The Man Who Had All the Luck” bombed on Broadway, closing after just four performances, he vowed to try another vocation if one more effort failed....

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Sexy Neil Simon comedy at Theatre 98

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Theatre 98 brings back Neil Simon’s blockbuster hit tale of dysfunction amidst the sexual revolution. For the uninitiated, the story centers around Barney Cashman, a run-of-the-mill middle-aged...

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