News and Features
The Daily Show’s Aasif Mandvi hopes his mock sitcom will make us laugh our way to becoming Halal in the Family.
Warm and unaffected, Philip Glass’s memoir is nothing like his music.
In Nell Zink’s The Wallcreeper, biology fails to determine anything at all.
The founder of the Living Theater was absolute about her principles as a pacifist anarchist, yet never dismissive or judgmental toward those who didn’t share them.
The music of Empire is the theology of capitalism.
War between men and dogs looms in the Budapest of White God; Ethan Hawke pays homage to New York City’s greatest piano teacher in Seymour: An Introduction.
Snowpiercer mocks what The Lego Movie cheers—a happy world of compulsory production.
John Coltrane and other “lost” musicians of the ’60s are teaching a new generation of artists to bend time and space.
In times of dread, artists must never choose to remain silent.
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