I really love this piece by John Lahr about Harold Pinter and his play, The Homecoming. It is an astonishing example of career retrospective, profile, and theater review, rolled into […]
The Retro/Missoula Jay Rummel art show (which includes the fully-restored neon sign from the old Smith Hotel) will continue on display in both spaces.
Is William Kristol really going to write a column for the New York Times? That is one messed-up piece of news. Boston Globe, here I come.
We have this. And this. And this. As well as a slew of new Penguin classics. The new Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto, goes on sale […]
Last night, I see this chiseled into the wall at the rear entrance of the spanking new James Bar, in Missoula: We are the people our parents warned us about. […]
Bob Woodward’s got a new book coming out in June. Yay. If you can read three paragraphs of his prose, or even one, you have my, um, admiration. On the […]
It’s a Wonderful Life is, to this day – and I’ve seen it perhaps dozens of times – fascinating. At its simplest, it is about “how one man’s life touches […]