Last Sunday’s presentation of “Death of a Salesman” on CBS was an honorable attempt to bring a great American play to the millions of Americans who don’t go to the theater. What it proved was that with some plays there’s no choice but to see them in the theater. Uproot them from the stage and the power goes out of them.
Star-Tribune Newspaper of the Twin Cities Mpls.-St. Paul The lessons of history depend on when we read them. Barry Goldwater’s Continue reading
I used to think that Garrison Keillor was a guy I had worked with on the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Continue reading
Despite his brush with Oprah, Jonathan Franzen continues on course. “The Corrections” has just come out in soft cover, his Continue reading