A Road Warrior Shares Lessons on Community with ‘What I Found in a Thousand Towns’
Musician Dar Williams lets it all hang out with piercing opinions and shrewd take-aways.
Paul Auster’s ‘4 3 2 1’ Has Flashes of Brilliance But Doesn’t Transcend Its Genre
The four lives of Archie Ferguson do not add up to more than the sum of their parts.
Community and Collaboration in ‘Battle for Wesnoth’
The one part of gaming that can lay claim to true, untarnished ‘freeness’ is the open-source world, where other incentives besides profit drive creativity.
Saying Goodbye to ‘Community’ and Annie Edison
Where other sitcoms might reach for a final resolution or shift to the status quo, Community settles for the scary-but-honest possibilities of the future.
The Best Television of 2014
In 2014, we let Russian spies, biker gangs, Silicon Valley techies, and existentially frustrated detectives into our living rooms. As these 25 picks reveal, we had good reasons for doing so.
Quick, Before It’s Gone: Should Networks Cancel Shows Early?
When broadcast networks rapidly cancel new shows, it undermines their own efforts to reach out to audiences and make quality programming.