A stinging, gripping defence of presumption of innocence, “Twelve Angry Men” hasn’t lost any of its guts after nearly 60 years. It’s a credit to Reginald Rose’s sharp writing that the play overcomes the flaws of Soulpepper’s production.
How did a myopic, somewhat muddled little old man become one of animation’s most beloved characters? A look at the new four-DVD set "Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection (1949-1959)" may provide the answer.
It isn't very often we see a single tweet and it inspires a column. Today we celebrate the wisdom of a lady calling herself @JanC60 -- a self-described mother of four, a conservative from Colorado who "was asleep, but no longer."
The 1950's scientists envisioned so much for our future: teleportation, space rockets as cars and houses that can be controlled by one device. Not everything but finally smartphones have helped us get a third of the way there.
Fall news of most cities in the United States includes stories about going back to school. Newspapers also write about reunions, virtually institutionalized in America, with none more anticipated than those who are around for their 50th.