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Dining Out
Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013
The owners of Jack’s American Pub (1323 E. Brady St.) have radically transformed the interior of this two-level club (once home to Crisp) at the beating heart of Brady Street. An inviting rectangular bar at the center of the room adds coziness. The video screens are not distracting; the dark
Dining Out
Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013

Redesigned menu for Thai food lovers

The new Mai Thai that opened in July is an entirely cheerful place. Building owner Julilly Kohler has installed full-length windows along the Brady Street sidewalk and a beautiful hardwood floor inside
A&E Feature
Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013

The meaning of America in a musical

 Nothing in the nature of musical theater demands that it be superficial. Civilization’s first plays, the soul-expanding Greek tragedies, were musicals about nature, society and individual responsibility
Classical Music/Dance
Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013

Danceworks on Tap’s Joyful Noise

 Parts One and Two of Joyful Noise—the new concert by Danceworks On Tap, Aug. 16-18 at the Danceworks Studio—are choreographed by Founding Artistic Director Amy Brinkman-Sustache in the
Classical Music/Dance
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Art to Art tests ideas in progress

 Art to Art is Danceworks’ inter-arts performance laboratory. Seasoned and emerging choreographers who want to test ideas in collaboration with artists from other