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  • If ever there was evidence that street food has reached a new threshold of popularity, it was at Sunday afternoon's "Carts in the Parc" event at the Eventi Hotel Food Parc on Sixth Avenue as hundreds paid $100 each to sample some of the city's finest street food on the New York City Wine and Food Festival's final day.

    Street Food Fills a 'Parc'

  • Such is the short list of the literary, philosophical, and cosmological motifs at play in director Terrence Malick's newest film, Tree of Life, which this May was awarded the 64th Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or Golden Palm as best feature film of the year.

    G. Roger Denson: Terrence Malick's Tree of Life Plays Garden of Eden to the Family of Man

  • Czech Republic's iDNEZ.cz quoted the Prague Spring Musical Festival's director as saying that Malkovich also had two cell phones stolen from him.

    John Malkovich Robbed in Prague

  • The charisma of a single person, like that of Wasfi Kani, the director of Grange Opera in Hampshire, can be a draw think of Herbert Von Karajan at Salzburg or Daniel Barenboim at Berlin; or starry lineups like those now at Salzburg; or the promise of a stunning location—Savolinna's medieval Finnish castle, Bregenz's floating stage or the all-Rossini Festival's Adriatic views.

    Eat, Drink and Be Entertained

  • The Edinburgh Festival's website, by contrast, only mentions Bing's connection with Glyndebourne, and Eileen Miller's official history of the festival, "The Edinburgh International Festival, 1947-1996," makes it clear that Bing's real interest was to clear some of Glyndebourne's debts by selling his productions to Edinburgh.

    Eat, Drink and Be Entertained

  • Next spring, Ms. Kožená, a mezzo-soprano, is set to sing the lead role in the Easter Festival's new production of "Carmen," with her husband leading the orchestra.

    A Classical Life in Allegro

  • That criticism is echoed by none other than the Easter Festival's new managing director, Peter Alward, former president of EMI Classics, Mr. Rattle's label, who was asked to a take over last year.

    A Classical Life in Allegro

  • One of only two films to win both the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or the other was "Marty", it incorporated a number of pioneering visual effects, co-starred Jane Wyman, and was based on a story by Charles R. Jackson.

    'Arthur': He Drinks, Movie Falls Down

  • If you go, say hi to Tom Bell, the Festival's Co-director and Friend of BfD!

    Friday Open Thread (Blog for Democracy)

  • Last weekend, as part of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival's annual winter event, the opening program was devoted to three Charlie Chaplin shorts.

    George Heymont: The Unsung Athleticism of Charlie Chaplin

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