Arts in the Afternoon: 'Friday'-Free Friday
5:04 PM, Apr 15, 2011 • By KELLY JANE TORRANCE
The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art opens the first major American exhibit on graffiti -- and promptly the neighborhood becomes victim to more graffiti.
A grade-school poem written by David Foster Wallace is published in the Guardian. Can a shopping list be far behind?
Mulroney: The Opera is so bad, it even makes a Globe and Mail critic feel sympathy for the former Canadian prime minister.
Happy Birthday, Henry James, American master -- or, as Garrison Keillor says, "the master of the long sentence."
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