Once home to playwright Tennessee Williams and artist Jackson Pollock, Provincetown, Massachusetts, located on the tip of Cape Cod, is the oldest continuous art community in the US. Small, historical artists’ shacks along the Cape Cod National Seashore's famous dunes are rented out weekly through a lottery. Access to the dunes is carefully restricted to avoid erosion, making these shacks the perfect isolated spot to create.
Elizabeth Taylor, the actress whose sultry screen persona, stormy personal life and enduring fame and glamour made her one of the last of the old-fashioned movie stars and a template for the modern celebrity, died Wednesday.
The core standards unveiled Wednesday would establish a national bar for what students in any state should know when they graduate from high school. But some states are wary.
From Bill Clinton to Vince Lombardi, a collection of the best from journalist David Maraniss.
Adapted from a Tennessee Williams screenplay, ‘The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond’ comes across as stylized and clunky.
Canadian photographer's celebrity portraits avoided cynicism and remain revealing decades on.
The Monitor spoke with the late actor and director in 1981 about selecting roles, plots that challenge an audience, and journalism.