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Willie Nelson - Still is Still Moving

He is an American icon; his voice as comforting as the American landscape, his songs as familiar as the color of the sky, his face as worn as the Rocky Mountains.

Oct 2nd, 2002 | 13 comments

Merce Cunningham - A Lifetime of Dance

The title of Charles Atlas' new documentary on Merce Cunningham may be taken quite literally: his mother described his dancing down the aisle of the church the family attended in Centralia, Washington, at the age of four.

Dec 16th, 2001 | 4 comments

Norman Mailer - A Brief History of Norman Mailer

Pulitzer Prize winner Norman Mailer’s career in our literature has been at once so brilliant, varied, controversial, public, and prolific and misunderstood.

Oct 19th, 2001 | 7 comments

Sanford Meisner - About Sanford Meisner

A leading acting teacher who trained some of the most famous performers of the stage and screen, Sanford Meisner was a founding member of the Group Theatre.

Apr 22nd, 2001 | 6 comments

Bob Marley - About Bob Marley

Unlike mere pop stars, Bob Marley was a moral and religious figure as well as a major record seller internationally.

Feb 14th, 2001 | 56 comments

Isamu Noguchi - About Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi was a sculptor, designer, architect, and craftsman. Throughout his life he struggled to see, alter, and recreate his natural surroundings.

Jan 3rd, 2001 | 0 comments
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