Arts & Books Chelfitch Theater Company’s second contribution to the Time-Basd Art Festival—the Japanese troupe was last here in 2012—Ground and Floor was unnerving, comical and transformative. In the Japan of the “not too distant future,” according to Ground and Floor’s English supertitles, not much has changed. Haruka examines her pregnant belly in a mirror, introducing the play’s thesis in a spaced-out drawl: “The stage is a place where ghosts can be seen.” Her mother-in-law Yukata is o... MoreSep 23, 2014 10:28 am by MITCH LILLIE
Food Reviews & Stories
A list of the five spots we're excited about right now—maybe taquerias we've loved forever, maybe seafood spots with special menus this week. It's designed to answer that age-old question: Where should we go out to dinner tonight?