Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tiled Madness/Clairvoyance

Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of Toynbee Tiles had its New York debut at IFC’s Stranger than Fiction series last night.  Jon Foy’s unexpected acceptance into Sundance Film Festival 2011 did not happen from knowing the right people or networking with zeal.  … Continue reading

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Eternal struggle of Girlfriends

92Y Tribeca and Not Coming to a Theater present monthly screenings giving attention to the older, less popular films.  Not Coming editors Rumsey Taylor, Leo Goldsmith and Jenny Jediny pioneered this niche, and on Saturday evening cinephile and astute contributor Cullen … Continue reading

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Endless Questions and Meandering Self-Scrutiny

The New Yorker review of Howard Jacobson’s The Finkler Question left traces that reignited when my mother asked for research materials and reviews for The Finkler Question.  She had volunteered to lead her Book Club’s latest pick.  Eureka, I knew … Continue reading

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Ellard Engineered Artwork

What: Retrospective of musician and artist Tom Ellard Where: Downtown scene of art students, artists-at-large, youngsters, appreciators, and a lone professor (best appropriation). When: March 8, 2011; 7-9p Glass doors separated the cold air from seated, clustered viewers in a … Continue reading

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