Richard T. McSherry, co-founder of a firm that crunches second-by-second data to assess trading costs worldwide and help institutional investors maximize profits, has died. He was 77.
When the star of “Anna Nicole” arrived at the opera’s opening-night party, she was almost incognito. That is, her blond hair and chest were, compared to her character’s, rather flat.
Richard Thomas does everything but twirl his mustache as the bogeyman in the Broadway revival of “An Enemy of the People.”
Richard Thomas, filthy, wild-eyed and feral in the title role of Shakespeare's “ Timon of Athens ,” is fatally upstaged in the second and much better half by an Athenean general on the lam.
When Lena Barsky picked up her first Latin text in 2004, she couldn’t have known that memorizing the phrase “canes sunt in via” (“the dogs are in the street”) would help her win a place at Brown University six years later.
Eva-Maria Westbroek is renowned for singing some of the biggest, loudest roles in opera. She’s now tackling a big character in a more euphemistic sense.
This wasn’t a great year for new writing in London’s West End theater district.
Bad girls tend to get the best music in opera. Two-timing Manon has an unforgettable gavotte, and sex-for-hire Violetta celebrates free love with a great cabaletta. Now they have an unlikely sister.
European lenders looking to raise 106 billion euros ($148 billion) might turn to Ireland, the home of the region’s worst banking crisis, for a blueprint.
Walgreen Co.’s Drugstore.com unit was named in a U.S. trade agency complaint filed by a Canadian company trying to halt imports of infringing sex toys.
"Cuomo was open to change."
- Richard Thomas on Jan 30, 2012