Sarah Montague

Sarah Montague appears in the following:

A City And Its Dogs

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

"Ain't nuthin' but a hound dog" is not the anthem of the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, which annually celebrates 162 breeds and varieties. This prompted WNYC's Sarah Montague to take a look at the show of dogs in New York.

SM: Edith Wharton called her ...

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Sylvia Miles

Saturday, September 13, 2003

An actress who got her start in Warhol's Factory has acquired the artifacts of her life the way other people acquire fiesta ware or first editions. Produced by Sara Montague.

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Sylvia Miles

Saturday, February 22, 2003

An actress who got her start in Warhol's Factory has acquired the artifacts of her life the way other people acquire fiesta ware or first editions. Produced by Sara Montague.

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Show Dogs Vs. Canine Working Stiffs

Tuesday, February 11, 2003

The 127th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show concludes this evening with one champion beating out over 25-hundred contenders. WNYC's Sarah Montague wonders how the show dogs compare to canine working stiffs.

Sarah Montague: 159 breeds. Shih Tzus and Malmutes; terriers, and mastiffs. Each with a job ...

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No Fixed Points: Merce Cunnigham Recovers the Past

Wednesday, July 24, 2002

The Merce Cunningham Dance Company will inaugerate its 50th anniversary season with two programs for Lincoln Center's Festival 2002. Included will be several historic revivals. Sarah Montague followed the company on one of its journeys back.

Merce Cunningham once compared dance to water, its nature both ...

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Sylvia Miles's Artifacts

Saturday, June 22, 2002

The actress Sylvia Miles, who got her start in Warhol’s Factory, has acquired the artifacts of her life the way other people acquire fiesta ware or first editions. 

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Livestock Portraitist

Saturday, May 11, 2002

Contemporary French photographer, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, takes pictures of champion farm animals that are more like the friezes at the Parthenon or the sculptures of Rodin. Artist Sally Eckhoff watched the photographer work at an agricultural show in Paris. 

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All The World's A Kennel

Wednesday, February 13, 2002

Increased security could not quell canine high spirits at Madison Square Garden, and here, at least, a spirit of international cooperation prevailed as hundreds of breeds from Afghans to affenpinschers, originating from dozens of different countries and cultures, competed amicably for the coveted “Best in ...

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Some People Can't Swing

Wednesday, July 25, 2001

New Yorkers have had the chance to swing and salsa, rock and rumba, with professional teachers and some of the hottest - and coolest - bands around. But, in the words of the Jerome Kern song, WNYC's won't dance, so don't ask her.

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Putting on the Dogs

Monday, February 12, 2001

his year the Westminister Kennel Club Dog Show celebrates its 125th anniversary. 2590 dogs representing 158 breeds and varieties, from dainty papillons to vast Bernese Mountain dogs converge on Madison Square Garden Monday, February 12th and Tuesday February 13th, for the country’s most celebrated canine ...

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Through A Glass Brightly: New Yorks holiday windows

Tuesday, December 19, 2000

NARR: In New York, Christmas is not a specific day on the liturgical calendar, but a playful, extravagant frame of mind that starts somewhere around Thanksgiving and fades, glimmering, into the New Year. A key feature of the season is the holiday window display-an annual ...

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Welles' Life On Stage At BAM

Friday, October 06, 2000

WAR OF THE WORLDS By Sarah Montague

On October 30, 1938, widespread panic gripped the country as thousands of radio listeners, tuned into a dramatization of HG Wells? War of the Worlds by Orson Welles? Mercury Theatre on the Air, became convinced that the United States ...

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Lincoln Center Festival

Friday, July 28, 2000

?A rose is a rose is a rose,? Gertrude Stein assures us, but what is an opera, or a dance, or a song? Meredith Monk, featured composer at the Fifth Annual Lincoln Center Festival, describes her wordless pieces as explorations, through vocal texture, of characters, ...

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