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Sea Patrol keeps its audience from last week, while Seven's News remains formidable.
YAHOO: Twitter, the Web site that asks what everybody's doing, says it wants to be doing a TV series.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Speaking at a recent Martha Graham Dance Company gala honoring impresario Paul Szilard, who helps arrange company touring, and singer Phoebe Snow, whose mother was a company member in the 1940s, Artistic Director Janet Eilber quoted one of Graham’s memorable lines.
BBC: Free entrance to museums may become a thing of the past as the recession and funding cuts bite, according to the head of The Art Fund.
THE TELEGRAPH: A new biography of Jane Austen claims to have identified Dr Samuel Blackall as the mystery suitor who broke the novelist's heart and sparked a rift with her sister.
npr: Seven years ago, Ken Rabb was a legal aid lawyer and a weekend painter. But at the age of 53, he was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's
Reggie walks on stage looking like my first boyfriend and talking like I talk now (old ravings) bridging the gap between my own ears and filling up the other spaces that lay dormant.
THE BBC: The Italian art world is in a messy "is it or isn't it" debate over a wooden sculpture that may or may not have been made by Michelangelo.
'Looming the Memory' is a moving monologue about Grandparents, memories and visiting ones past.
Established in 1969, the 'Man Booker Prize' is one of the world's most prestigious literary awards, sought after by writers and publishers alike throughout the Commonwealth of nations to which entry is confined.
Company B recorded over $11m in revenue, which included over $8m in Box Office takings, in 2008.
Wild Sydney weather may have left some of the attendees of the Sydney Writers' Festival opening address, looking a little worse for wear but you can’t keep a literati crowd down, especially as they look forward to a jam-packed writers’ festival.
This production of 'Depth Charge' is based on the sad, intriguing idea of a scientist who genetically engineers dancers. The bodies of five dancers – flowing and dynamic with expression though they are - are wholly manufactured beings.
'Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me' is not so much based on, but instead inspired by the hostage drama involving Irishman Brian Keenan and British journalist John McCarthy in the mid 1980s.
There was something particularly lovely and ironic listening to Christian Lander, author of the blog 'Stuff White People Like' and the subsequent book of the same name, sitting amongst a hundred or so of the so-called ‘white people’ he writes about with such humour and accuracy.
BBC NEWS: The first woman to become the Oxford Professor of Poetry has resigned following questions over her role in an alleged smear campaign against a rival.
Queensland’s aspiring young writers are once again invited to submit their short stories for a chance to launch their literary careers and win a $2000 cash prize.
Of course everyone was waiting to see how Sigrid Thornton would deliver Stephen Sondheim's most famous song, 'Send in the Clowns'.
Five arts recovery projects assisting communities affected by the Victorian bushfires will share in Brumby Government grants totalling $10,000 through the Arts Recovery Quick Response Fund. Arts Minister Lynne Kosky said the fund was initiated to assist communities affected by the Victorian bushfires and encourage local artists to contribute to the rebuilding effort.
Ausdance is delighted to announce Lucette Aldous as the 2009 winner of the Australian Dance Award for Lifetime Achievement. Lucette will be presented with the award by David McAllister at the Australian Dance Awards gala ceremony at the Arts Centre State Theatre on Sunday 7 June.
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