Could there be a more appropriate way to celebrate the father of landscape architecture Frederick Law Olmsted’s 200th birthday?
“Hockey gets in the blood—you develop an intense passion for the game, and either you leave it—too many early mornings, bus rides, urine-smelling rinks—or you just love it.”
Rachel Dretzin’s superb documentary delves into a baffling question: why didn’t these cult members just get up and leave?
The cumulative effect over the course of Jhumpa Lahiri’s book sharpens our view of what the imperfect art of translation can, in fact, do.
Host Elizabeth Howard talks to author Meredith Hall about her debut novel Beneficence, which deals with a family traumatized by death of a child by a gun.
The band Neighbor isn’t reinventing the wheel, but it’s not getting steamrolled by it either.
Author and journalist Massoud Hayoun’s novel Building 46 probes behind the air-brushed image of China’s capital city to offer a fascinating (and incisive) look into the everyday lives of Beijing dwellers.
As the age of Covid-19 finally wanes, Arts Fuse critics supply a guide to film, dance, visual art, theater, author readings, and music. Please check with venues when uncertain whether the event is available by streaming or is in person. More offerings will be added as they come in.
In the annals of Russian repression, The New Greatness Case was a display of government overkill — until the events of this year redefined overkill.
This is a quicksilver drama about how a loving couple reacts as devastating bolts of lightning strike.