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Will PBS Neuter the Cat in the Hat?

PBS Kids announced yesterday that it’s debuting, in fall 2010, an educational animated series starring Dr. Seuss’ most famous character. In The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, the giant feline takes six-year-olds Nick and Sally “on a magical journey to all corners of the globe to make natural science discoveries,” in a vehicle …

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The Morning After: Calling All Cougars

 

Although some people have sworn to me that 24 is on an upswing this season, I’ve been unable to see it. So maybe I just haven’t been paying close enough attention to feel the emotional impact as (spoiler, I guess) good-guy-turned-bad-guy-turned-good-guy-turned-bad-guy Tony got nabbed, and Elisha Cuthbert as Jack’s daughter Kim …

More on Mies

In his “Hello Beautiful” blog today the Chicago based architecture writer Ed Lifson posted another long, impassioned defense of the little Mies I blogged about yesterday, that small brick box on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology that Mies van der Rohe played a role in designing and that’s now scheduled to be demolished. …

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Dead Tree Alert: Shout Out With Glee

 

Because of scheduling considerations in the print TIME, my review of the Glee pilot—debuting after American Idol’s final sing-off May 19—is in the issue on newsstands today.

 

I like the pilot. A lot. I have been referencing and tweeting abut Glee so often since seeing it that I am probably in danger of overhyping it, so let …

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