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In this week's Culture Gabfest, our critics Stephen Metcalf, Hanna Rosin, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner discuss the new Joan Rivers documentary A Piece of Work, the Bravo reality show Work of Art,and Hanna Rosin's Atlanticarticle on "the end of men."
Here are some links to the things we discussed this week:
The official site for the new Joan Rivers documentary.
A complete list of cities where you can see A Piece of Work.
Bravo's official site for Work of Art.
Work of Art recaps in New York's Web site by judge (and New York art critic) Jerry Saltz.
The Brooklyn Museum's attendance problem as depicted in The New York Times.
Hanna Rosin's article in The Atlantic on the end of the male-dominated world.
Through the Labyrinth: The Truth About How Women Become Leaders by Alice Eagly and Linda Carli.
The Culture Gabfest weekly endorsements:
Dana's pick: Comedian Paul F. Tompkins.
Julia's pick: Jackie DeShannon's song "Splendor in the Grass."
Hana's pick: The memoirs of Diana Athill.
Steve's pick: Rogue Wave's first album Out of the Shadow.
Jesse's pick: The new Slate V endorsements. This week Dana and June rave about the "Theatricality" episode of GleeonFox.
Musical Outro: Rogue Wave's "Kicking the Heart Out."
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Posted by Jesse Baker on June 16 at 10:30 a.m.