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September 11, 2006
Like 'House'? Then You'll Love...

Now there’s Shark, a clever variation on House’s formula, substituting lawyers for doctors and inserting the just-hammy-enough James Woods as the central sourpuss.

September 11, 2006
Fancy Meeting You Here

Longtime friends and indie-film favorites, Hope Davis and Campbell Scott find themselves on network TV with each other.

September 11, 2006
America the Beautiful

Thanks to America Ferrera, Ugly Betty is shaping up to be the new season’s most unlikely swan.

September 11, 2006
In Memoriam

On the fifth anniversary of 9/11, concerts to honor those who were lost.

September 11, 2006
Sing It Strong

Highlights from the third year of the 34-show New York Musical Theatre Festival, which promotes up-and-coming artists and theater companies.

September 11, 2006
New York, New York

Bummed to be back in town after a summer full of weekend escapes? Embrace the surroundings by taking in an event that celebrates the city.

August 22, 2006
The Courage of Their Convictions

Meryl Streep survives a war and an ill-fitting role in Tony Kushner's timely Brecht adaptation.

August 28, 2006
Starving Hysterical Canceled!

Howl! Festival shuts up.

August 28, 2006
The Hunt for the Red Collector

He bought one of the most expensive paintings ever sold at auction—a $95 million Picasso. But no one knows who he is.

August 28, 2006
New York Screen: Renewed Bohemian

When avant-garde film pioneer Jonas Mekas left Soho for Greenpoint, it seemed like a setup for another sad story: the latest downtown icon in exile. Instead, the sprightly 83-year-old founder of Anthology Film Archives made Letter From Greenpoint.

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