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  • A LIFE IN FILM: Since Woody Allen's personal life went tabloid in 1992, the man can't release a movie without his personal life becoming a source of endless speculation. As the latest movie opens, a critic asks him why he continues. Toronto Globe and Mail 11/26/99 

  • PAUL BOWLES REMEMBERED: Author's story is now the story. San Francisco Examiner 11/23/99
         AND: Bowles' musical legacy. San Francisco Examiner 11/23/99

  • QUENTIN CRISP DIES AT 90: On the eve of a new national tour. BBC 11/21/99

  • PAUL BOWLES: Composer, poet, writer of "Sheltering Sky" was an icon of individuality and evocateur of old Morocco. Dies at 88. New York Times 11/19/99  

  • HARE HARANGUES: Playwright David Hare pens a journal critical of theater critics, producers, patrons, audiences, (and himself). New York Times 11/15/99 (one-time registration required)

  • THE QUEEN, THE POPE, THE PYRAMIDS OR BILL CLINTON: Thirteen-year-old Charlotte Church has too many invitations to sing on New Year's Eve. 
    BBC 11/15/99

  • GEHRY SINCE BILBAO: People try to touch him on the streets, stop him in airports for autographs - Frank Gehry talks about life as a star architect. Washington Post 11/14/99

  • MCNALLY: William Donohue led protest in 1998 against Terrence McNally's play with gay Jesus. But calls Muslim death sentence on playwright "outrageous." Backstage 11/5/99