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Big Fat Whale
Inverting, and illuminating, the story of Eurydice
The memory-darkening waters of the Lethe run in unlikely channels — inside a blue-lit elevator, through a system of pipes and spigots, in the sound of a persistent drip always somewhere just out of sight.
| November 02, 2012
Like his last feature, Dogtooth, Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos's new film breaks down the conventions of identity, language, and social roles with black comic — and tragic — effect.
| October 05, 2012
Pave Paradise ...
Why do we even use parking lots for cars? A food festival is a much better use of the space, don't you think?
and put up a Greek food festival
| June 29, 2012
Dar Williams goes Greek
Like the spinners of ancient myth, singer-songwriter Dar Williams has long used storytelling as a way to interpret the world around her.
| June 01, 2012
In Ancient Greece a stonemason is plucked from obscurity to battle evil while a posse of beautiful gods look on from their fabulous Olympian penthouse, before plunging earthwards to kick mortal butt.
Tarsem Singh's "visionary" directing
| November 11, 2011
Review: Robinwood Café & Grille
The diner — that hallowed bastion of old-time Americana, the predecessor to modern fast-food joints — is simply not one of our long suits. In this relatively weak field, Robinwood Café & Grille, a Jamaica Plain diner, executes solidly on the standby
Executing solidly in the classic New England Greek-American diner tradition
MC SLIM JB
| August 19, 2011
Review: Le Quattro Volte
There's more to Pythagoras than his theorem concerning right triangles.
Pythagoras, beyond the theorem
| April 15, 2011
The Greek community in Providence isn't as large as, say Italian or Portuguese, so Greek restaurants are scarce, unless you count pizzerias. (Feta hasn't replaced mozzarella yet, but just you wait.)
Greek (and American) classics
| April 01, 2011
Eat your way through 2011 at these 11 places not to miss
While new restaurants intrigue food critics and patrons alike, it's the tried-and-true, the places that have established themselves as mainstays in Portland, that shouldn't be forgotten in all the hype.
| January 07, 2011
Portland broadens its cuisines in 2010
Portland's year in food in 2010 was marked by new ventures on the part of established players on the food scene.
| December 24, 2010
It is tricky to manage the transition from cult of personality to a rationalized institution.
The Café at Pat's is a classic local spot
| September 18, 2009
“Gods in Color: Painted Sculpture in Classical Antiquity” presents striking evidence that the white marbles were once painted in bold Technicolor.
Can a striking exhibit at Harvard really make us see ancient Greek and Roman sculpture — and the roots of racism — as we never have before?
| December 09, 2007
The wrath of God
This Greek tragedy is a triumph
| October 24, 2005
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