Posts Tagged ‘it’s’
The new Tex-Mex diner Chimy’s has a lot going for it, namely a friendly vibe.
Sometimes a bar/restaurant comes along and just works. Even though Chimy’s Cerveceria opened only a few weeks ago, it seems like it’s been around for years. The place, apparently, is the place to be.
William Campbell rings in the new year with a show of objets d’art selected from the gallery’s 2006 shows.
Only gluttons for cinematic theology will want a piece of The Last Sin Eater.
The title of The Last Sin Eater refers to a ritual that hails from the British Isles, in which a designated “sin eater” (a beggar or homeless man, usually) provides absolution to recently deceased people by eating bread and...
Breaking and Entering makes hash out of big issues, and that’s a petty crime.
Anthony Minghella made his name as the director of lush, cosmopolitan, epic literary adaptations with period settings, beginning with The English Patient in 1996 and continuing through The Talented Mr. Ripley and Cold Mountain.
A local filmmaker’s forthcoming documentary on the storm’s aftermath is apolitical in a political way.
David Redmon might be the most earnest documentary filmmaker around. His subject matter is always edgy, he finances all of his projects himself (to avoid any implied or explicit biases and to have complete artistic control), an...
In a new book about Americana, the vitriol tries to dilute the poignant insights.
What an odd book — fascinating at times yet frustrating in its lack of organization and purpose.
Global warming comes to a garden, a stream, a statehouse near you.
You wouldn’t think that small things like begonias making it through the winter could have international significance.
Letters From Iwo Jima is an Oscar nominee, but it falls short of the hype.
Clint Eastwood shot Letters From Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers as companion pieces.
Theatre Arlington revives a spicy, classic Steve Martin adaptation whose early 19th-century theme still proves relevant.
With their fervent and cunning production of Steve Martin’s adaptation The Underpants, Theatre Arlington and director B.J. Cleveland have done something unexpected — reminded ticketbuyers of the original Martin, a hyper-sil...
Load up on A Taste of Soul’s creamy dinner rolls, and you’ll be rollin’ down the street.
In most restaurants, the humble dinner roll knows its place. On the plate, it’s the equivalent of a supporting actor, a bass player, a fashion model’s assistant, existing to help the entrée and sides shine. But what happen...