Tuesday, December 15 2015
The Wolfpack is less about the power of movie consumption and more about the power of movie creation.
Monday, December 14 2015
An anthropologist ties together mushrooms, salvage accumulation, and the end of capitalism’s progress narrative.
Friday, December 11 2015
Treading the lines between journalist and academic, travel writer and scholar, author Tim Hannigan talks about his latest book and his unorthodox approach to writing historical narratives.
Wednesday, December 9 2015
Avant garde trumpeter Nate Wooley has chosen to interpret the music of his childhood hero, the conservative Wynton Marsalis. Why not?
Tuesday, December 8 2015
An astonishing performer of mixed heritage, Quetzal Guerrero (QViolin) finds a balance between down home earthy blues and the simmering elegance of otherworldly Latin rock.
Thursday, December 3 2015
Drummer Josh Eppard offers a jovial yet highly earnest examination of how his career, personal demons, and pop culture interests relate to Coheed and Cambria's newest disc, The Color Before the Sun.
Wednesday, December 2 2015
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan are funny people who have made a funny sitcom that's laced with an honesty that hurts.
Monday, November 30 2015
Master of None was made for millennial men who can relate to Dev’s relationship struggles.
Thursday, November 26 2015
Back by popular demand! Recommendations from "40 Nights at the Movies" will keep you, your dog and your elephant glued to the couch for months.
Monday, November 23 2015
For many netizens, a free Internet would be the apogee of its early techno-utopian vision. Yet the "free internet" rallying cry is one of the latest, greatest manifestations of consumerism.
Friday, November 20 2015
These three 2015 early releases are maligned and misunderstood -- and worthy of reconsideration.
Thursday, November 19 2015
In Theater of Cruelty the politics of love, war, and popular culture define the career of one of today’s foremost public intellectuals.
Wednesday, November 18 2015
If you type the word “doctor” in the Wikipedia search box, “Doctor Who” appears ahead of “doctorate”. Now that’s cultural relevance for you.
Tuesday, November 17 2015
The purpose of this column has been to revisit, reassess and, above all, celebrate classic prog rock, so it’s inevitable we name names and select the best of the best.
Monday, November 16 2015
We may hate that we are vulnerable and dependent upon one another, argues Judith Butler, but it's that very interdependence that allows us to mobilize together as social movements.
Thursday, November 12 2015
Those who refuse service to the LGBT community claim their religious beliefs are being attacked. What they are really doing is showing ignorance of their own religion.
Wednesday, November 11 2015
Often exploring the haunted depths of dissolute sexuality, author and filmmaker Alain Robbe-Grillet reframes the ideas of longing and desire through his usual exercises in repetitious narratives.
Tuesday, November 10 2015
Is it possible that the very idea of the working class doesn't exist in popular music today -- as if it's been erased?
Thursday, November 5 2015
Stanley Kubrick was right. Girlfriends is one of the finest American films of the ‘70s.
Wednesday, November 4 2015
The former public defender notes that All That Followed "...requires people to think about political actors as individuals rather than as ideologues. That's been my experience in real life."