S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Potbellied,” Park talks about his foray into printing and selling potbellied pig T-shirts.
Jason Arment reviews Dogman, a film about a dog groomer involved in a dangerous relationship with Simone, a former boxer and neighborhood bully. (Magnolia Pictures)
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding continues his singing career, manages his son’s Little League team, and wraps up his time in San Diego that ends in a tragedy.
Jason Arment reviews The Dead Don’t Die, the latest film by Jim Jarmusch with a star-studded cast, a disappointing entry in the zombie genre. (Focus Features)
S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “In Spite of Ourselves,” Park talks about being married to a Scientologist.
Jason Arment reviews Rafiki, a film about a love that grows between two young women and sheds light on LGBT rights in Kenya. (Film Movement)
To honor Juneteenth, Joel Gunz explores opportunities for activism that middle class white people can seize right now.
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, with a new story about, and for, his dad.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Song for the Unraveling of the World by Brian Evenson. (Coffee House Press)
To commemorate Father’s Day, Stan Gerding dedicates this Dear Grandson column to honoring fathers and their influence.