Mauna Kea, Hawaii You don't have to own a fancy computerized telescope or hold a degree in the planetary sciences to enjoy
The throw pillows on the sofa were slightly askew and needed to be fluffed and set at a pleasing angle. I found myself running back and forth in a desperate effort to create stylistic balance until I passed out on the boomerang table.
What brings people to the theater? I talk a lot about that each day with various producers and press agents. Of course, if anyone really knew an exact answer, many more shows would be successful. Instead we all try our best to guess.
Last night, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, and Michael McKean took the stage at the 92nd Street Y to talk with moderator about the highly anticipated "Breaking Bad" spinoff "Better Call Saul." I interviewed Banks the previous day for the Washington Post and avoiding spoilers felt like dodging carefully planted land mines in a desert war zone.
Broadway is loaded with movie and TV stars -- and the results are mixed. But in the chemistry department, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson deliver the goods in Constellations, now at the Samuel J. Friedman.
Nick Payne's Constellations arrives at the Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman after winning the 2012 Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play and receiving a clutch of rave reviews that encouraged the move from its initial production at London's Royal Court to the West End.
Galaxies fall into three broad categories: elliptical, spiral, and irregular. But some galaxies straddle categories--and
A paper describing the research was published online Dec. 4 in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics. It's not clear how long
Two things happened in theater yesterday that had me thinking -- The New York Times reported Sting was going into The Last Ship, which he wrote the score for, and The Country House closed.
But what is the ultimate fate of the cosmos? Will it expand forever? "We don't know what the ultimate future is," Krauss