To the editors: In his letter (October 22) attacking the discussion in my article (“Right Wing Feminists,” October 1), Frank Palmer seems to be confusing feminism with liberal statism. My dictionary defines feminism as “belief in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes.” It says nothing about being required to buy into a […]
Years from now we will remember the Great School Purge of 1993. Our memories will have been permanently stained by the greed and arrogance of career bureaucrats.
There was no hope: machines were keeping him alive. His kids, who hardly knew him anymore, had to decide whether he’d live or die.
Like Gone With the Wind, Chen Kaige’s blockbuster–half a century of contemporary Chinese history (1925-1977) seen through the lives of two Peking Opera actors and a former prostitute–is worth seeing largely for its pizzazz: riveting performances, epic sweep and story telling, a bold and melodramatic use of color, and a capacity to generalize suggestively about […]
To the editors: I really must respond to the fuel-injected, supersonic ranting that Billy Bermingham projected in his letter to the editors, printed on August 27, refuting Adam Langer’s review of Fat Men in Skirts. I am not connected to that show, or the Torso Theatre, but feel I must note to the general public […]
IT’S ALL TRUE: BASED ON AN UNFINISHED FILM BY ORSON WELLES *** (A must-see) Directed and written by Richard Wilson, Myron Meisel, and Bill Krohn Narrated by Miguel Ferrer. Too much effort and real love went into the entire project for it to fail and come to nothing in the end. I have a degree […]
Lead Story Actor Charles Peyton, who appears in X-rated films under the name Jeff Stryker, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles this summer charging infringement of the “intellectual property” rights he owns on his name and his body. The lawsuit is against two companies that manufacture Doc Johnson marital aids; Peyton accused them of selling […]