So many of the truly gifted actors of the British stage and screen of the 1960s ‘kitchen sink’ dramas are rapidly leaving us. One of the best, Billie Whitelaw, departed this week.
Holiday Edition: Arts Fuse critics select the best in music, film, and theater for the coming week.
Many superb live shows over the past year — but there were some that were memorable.
Exodus: Gods and Kings is a tribute to those overblown biblical movies of the 1950s, albeit with all the eye-candy trappings that today’s high tech special effects can offer.
[Updated] Wondering about what to give the arts and culture lover on your gift list? No problem—the sage writers for The Arts Fuse (with an assist from our readers) come to the rescue with thoughtful suggestions.
What made for the best rock and alternative music listening this year? Arts Fuse critics make their choices.
Our demanding critics choose the best and worst films of the year.
More than holiday knock-offs, Nick Lowe’s Christmas songs were his strongest batch of originals in awhile.
Award-winning historian Joel Williamson would seem to have the credentials to illuminate Elvis as a distinctly Southern phenomenon.
Andrew Roberts has succeeded in a single volume in reconciling the two faces of this historical colossus.