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  • TV Review: Broadchurch

    The BBC series Broadchurch, already critically acclaimed in its home country, crossed the pond Wednesday night to premiere on BBC America. The eight-part series follows the murder investigation of 11-year-old Danny Latimer, who is found dead on the beach of his small tourist-town home, Broadchurch. The show is yet another in a series of somber murder mysteries being exported to and adapted for American audiences. In the past months Top of the Lake, about a young girl's disappearance in an isolated New Zealand town aired on Sundance Channel and The Bridge, based on a Scandanavian series, brought us a bordertown murder story on FX. Each show, including Broadchurch, is impeccably written, acted, and produced, so it isn't by any fault of Broadchurch but viewers may tiring of the premise.
  • Art Basel Wrap Up, Part One

    Of all the hurdles to get there- scrutinous press registration, despotic bouncers, strict dress codes, and a transit system that makes Baltimore look like Tokyo- escaping the airport is always the most frustrating. Labyrinthine warrens of moving sidewalks...

    What a Wonderful World

    Anil Mahaju and Diya Kashyap recently traded vows in a small ceremony in Kathmandu. Their wedding is the first public gay marriage in Nepal, where homosexuality is a crime punishable by up to a year in jail. (IndiaeNews.com) Conservative French...

    The Tenth Annual F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference Takes the Bus

    F. Scott Fitzgerald conference attendees at the Mencken House | Image by Chris Landers The crowd at the 10th annual conference of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Society that gathered in Baltimore Sept. 30-Oct. 3 was older, but not uniformly so, and perhaps a bit...

    MTA and The Sun Are Still Wrong About MARC and Bikes

    The Baltimore Sun's Getting There blog posted a response from the Maryland Transit Authority to all the hullabaloo about bikes not being allowed on MARC trains generated by a Greater Greater Washington post a couple of weeks ago. No surprise, but it's not...