The latest on the proposed New York law to legalize and tax marijuana. Paul DeRienzo discusses the state of pot in the United States with National Organization for the reform of Marijuana Laws board member and legislative expert Doug Greene.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
A runaway at thirteen, a reform-school graduate at sixteen, a performer in the legendary New York City Playhouse of the Ridiculous at seventeen, and an escapee from Andy Warhol's Factory scene at nineteen, Penny Arcade (born Susanna Ventura) emerged in the 1980s as a primal force on the New York art scene and an originator of what came to be called performance art. Arcade's brand of high camp and street-smart, punk-rock cabaret showmanship has been winning over international audiences ever since. This autobiographical trilogy of plays represents her at her best.