In the age of COVID-19, Arts Fuse critics have come up with a guide to film, dance, visual art, theater, and music — mostly available by streaming — for the coming weeks. More offerings will be added as they come in.
Latest in Visual Arts
All four budgets that Donald Trump and his sycophants sent to Congress had nada for the arts and humanities.
Latest in Music
Unlike so many of the iconoclasts from the ’80s, these architects of alternative rock stay true to their school.
Latest in Dance
Community is what I miss most of all the pandemic’s deprivations—doing stuff with others.
Latest in Television
The Investigation is a slow-burning thriller that fuses the gravity of a documentary with the darkness of a complex murder mystery.
It is vital to take into account the pivotal role that money, politics, and racism play in the availability and efficacy of mental health services.
Latest in Books
This nearly 600-page text is a closely detailed, comprehensive portrait by a biographer riveted, as many of us are, by his charismatic subject.
Latest in Theater
The show is made all the more powerful by the fact that we’ve now spent 12 months enduring Covid and four years of science denial and “alternative facts.”
Latest in Film
Without ignoring the terrible-beautiful magnetism of the industrial imagery we love to hate and hate to love, the camera is gradually, gently, drawn across the river and away from the workday, to spend time with these very real humans who serve the machines.
Latest in Food
Jake Cohen is “modern” in that he takes a contemporary approach at spreading the gospel; he is an expert at using social media.