Victoria Clark, former correspondent and Moscow bureau chief for the Observer, discusses Yemen. The poorest state in the Arab world, it’s still dominated by its tribal makeup and, due to its instability, has become a perfect breeding ground for insurgent and terrorist movements. In Yemen: Dancing on the Heads ...
Soprano Victoria Clark won Tony and Drama Desk Awards for her role as mother Margaret Johnson in Adam Guettel's "Light in the Piazza." Now she’s released her debut solo album, "Fifteen Seconds of Grace."
The American tax system is deeply unfair, according to New York Times reporter David Cay Johnston; he says that the system must be changed to prevent the rich-poor gap from widening even further. We hear some Gen-X nostalgia for the 1990s. Soprano stage star Victoria Clark on her debut album. ...
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