Roger Disney’s “5th & Main” is among the paintings of “Cityscapes” now on display at the state Capitol.
Visual Arts Emily Summars
Roger Disney’s new exhibition of paintings, “Cityscapes,” portrays the
hustle and bustle of city life and downtown centers, using new
perspectives thriving with vibrant yellows, blues and reds.
Sex, symphonies and slapstick — all key to Ken Russell’s cult classic.
Comedy Rod Lott
Ken Russell was either a genius or a madman, but more likely both. The
iconoclastic filmmaker made movies that were loved by many — Tommy, Altered States, The Devils, Crimes of Passion — but despised by many, many more. Regardless of your opinion of them, one cannot deny they are different.
My dad bought this album and played it over and over on his new 1978 Nikko hi-fi stereo, which I still have. It was the guitar playing of Doc Watson and Merle Travis that really caught my ear. Amazing picking, playing and songs like “Tennessee Stud.”
Letters to the Editor E. R. Kelly
When in your first remarks about Rush (Life, Film, Sept. 25, Gazette) you refer to "Formula One jerks,” you expose your ignorance of the top racing series in the world.