We welcome community organizer and children’s books writer Jacob Kramer to talk about breaking the rules. His work infuses revolutionary thought with childlike wonder, encouraging readers of all ages to consider what’s possible, and to challenge the cynics.
In Extremis is required reading not only for anyone interested in war, but for anyone interested in how an unusual woman makes her way in the world.
I happily read The Earth Dies Streaming through, all 433 pages of acute, often brilliant writing. And also often funny as hell.
In two short acts, playwright Win Wells depicts not so much a relationship as a fusion, a merging of identities into one single, complex personality.
Here’s a list of five June releases that are making major waves on the Pop scene.
My tastes have always been everywhere and all over, whatever the time of year. But there is a seasonal connection for me — some books, movies, and music are inseparable from the season in which I consumed them.
Wilco went all-in this year for a personal bond, inviting internet-culled winners onstage for live-band karaoke with the group.
Faye Dunaway has chosen Tea at Five as the vehicle to bring her back to Broadway after a 37-year absence. Would that she had waited a bit longer for a vehicle more worthy of her considerable talents.
People versed in modern witchcraft or paganism may recognize some of the themes examined in Midsommar, but what I found most fascinating was the pronounced emphasis on female sexuality.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.