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Comedian Rodney Dangerfield once joked: #8220;I told my wife the truth. I told her I was seeing a psychiatrist. Then she told me the truth:that she was seeing a psychiatrist, two plumbers and a bartender.#8221; But fooling around is no joke #8212; especially if you get caught. LEE SIEW PENG gets down and dirty and discovers how philandering partners were found out.
Satirical works, be it in print, film or on stage, often lead to controversy. The uproar over Instant Café Theatre's '2nd First Bolehwood Awards' and, going a bit further back, the fury ignited by national laureate Shahnon Ahmad's 1999 novel are notable examples. Why does satire, which has a long and colourful history, provoke such passionate responses? ANN LEE examines the issue.
i>TALES FROM A BROAD: An unreliable memoir/iby Fran Lebowitz is reviewed by YUEYUEN WOODS.
Believe it or not, `tis the season. Oscar season. The ceremony is two months away and the nominations won't be announced until Jan 25, but the machinations to land coveted Oscar nominations have already begun.
Hundreds of jazz clubs have come and gone since the Village Vanguard first occupied the triangular basement at 178 Seventh Ave. South in 1935.
ELIZABETH TAI reads through David Sedaris' autobiographical sketches compiled in i>Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim/i>, and finds it all to be rather bizarre.