Jason Arment reviews the film Climax. This movie may start with a dance-off, but you better be prepared.
So, you send them a text. So, they don’t text back. I always wondered why, until I figured it all out.
Maartje van Winkel and Derakshan Beekzada were two strangers linked by one goal. Together, they changed the minds of a nation.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that the stranger the person, the stranger the pet they own. This certainly holds true for the artists of yesteryear.
Jason Arment reviews the film To Dust. While the movie is macabre, it explores so much more than that.
Verónica Pamoukaghlián examines the portrayal of women in fiction, particularly in books by Michel Houellebecq. Is he deliberately politically incorrect? Or is it banality?
Artist Julie Mehretu created Epigraph, Damascus, providing a vivid and chaotic statement about the current circumstances of Syria. Sara Kellel takes a closer look at this stunning work.
Black Panther is Marvel’s first Oscar-winning film. Patrick A. Howell explores the impact of Black Panther on our history and culture, beyond the award recognition.
Dave Brubeck was one of the most popular jazz musicians of the 1950s, but it was his refusal to play in segregated venues that he should be remembered for.