Arts in the Afternoon: Movin' On
5:21 PM, Apr 4, 2011 • By KELLY JANE TORRANCE
Ballet is dying, says the head of Britain's top dance venue. (To learn about the art form's past -- and another possible future -- read George B. Stauffer's review of Apollo's Angels in the latest issue of THE WEEKLY STANDARD.)
Martin Amis is moving to the United States to be closer to his dying friend, Christopher Hitchens. Here he talks about that and other matters, including the future of the literate brain.
A-list actors are still willing to appear in M. Night Shyamalan's movies, despite The Last Airbender! In fact, with Will Smith and son, the next one has to be box office gold.
Europe is behind the U.S. -- this time, in the adoption of eBooks
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